Forge, Rugby Road, Dunchurch
The site of a forge where wrought iron was made during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The forge buildings have now been converted in to houses, which are situated on Rugby Road, Dunchurch.
1 A pair of cottages, formerly the Smithy. They are 17th-18th century, one storey and attic, brick, thatch roof. The west front has two upper wood casement windows cut up into the thatch, two 2 light windows, six panel door, two 3 light windows and a ledged door to the right on the ground floor.
2 This is reputed to be the Smithy and chestnut tree of Longfellow’s poem. The forge is no longer in use, but is inhabited and in good condition.