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The Red Lion Steps are the two building on the right. The one on the far right used to have a pub run by the Hale family for almost 200 years. [2 bedroom cottage to rent in High Street,Blockley,Moreton-In-Marsh ...]

The Red Lion Steps are the two building on the right. The one on the far right used to have a pub run by the Hale family for almost 200 years (there's just a glimple of the metal sign holder). Steps run up the hill between the two buildings. [2 bedroom semi-detached house to rent in High Street, Blockley]

View of the steps between the two houses making up The Red Lion Steps, Dovedale end of High Street, Blockley. The Hale family ran a pub for about 200 years in the buildig on the right. [16 June 2009, christopher price site on flickr - Photo Sharing!]

View of the steps between the two houses making up The Red Lion Steps, Dovedale end of High Street, Blockley. The Hale family ran a pub for about 200 years in the buildig on the right. ["stairway to....," 27July 2014, Martyn Freeman site on flickr - Photo Sharing!]

On the raised walkway in front of the left building of the Red Lion Steps, looking westward on the Dovedale end of High Street, Blockley.

The residence with the greenery is the left portion of the two building comprising the Red Lion Steps. On the next building to the right, one can see the metal sign holder for when it was a pub run by the Hale family for almost 200 years. [16 June 2009, christopher price site on flickr - Photo Sharing!]

25 May 2006. View of Rose Row, looking eastward on Dovedale end of High Street. These cottages face away from the road. Right foreground is a portion of the former Dovedale Mill. ["Blockley High Street," Vickivic site on Flickr - Photo Sharing!]

"Greystones" (attached to the right of The Red Lion, Dovedale end of High Street, Blockley. Next is the entrance to Days Lane. The attached cottages on the far right include Little Rose Cottage, Rose Cottage, and Hawthorne Cottage. [Photo copyright Mike Guy, VK Guy Ltd Stock Landscape Photography; click on the URL in the "Source" to see his website]

Rock Cottage, High Street, Blockley, England, was once the home of Johanna Southcott, "the prophetess" from about 1804 to 1814. It was destroyed by fire in 1971, killing Mrs. A.M. Veysey-Stitt, the custodian of the Soutcott relics, many of which were lost in the fire. This is a view of the rebuilt home.