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- Shortly after the birth of the Garden City, Letchworth was home to two experimental housing exhibitions which were in 1905 and 1907.
- These exhibitions played a key part in shaping today's Garden City.
- Modern Letchworth has many properties that still remain.
- All are now privately owned and display a commemorative plaque confirming their entry in the exhibitions.
- The cottages that still remain in Pixmore Way are numbered evenly between numbers 96 and 120.
- There is a bus stop within 150m (164yds) of the venue.
- The nearest National Rail station is Letchworth Garden City.
- All of the cottage's are located on Pixmore Way between the junction with Broadway and Norton Road South.
Pixmore Way Parking
- The road has parking restrictions which are governed by both single and double yellow lines.
- Most of the cottages have their own private driveways.
Pathways and Verges
- All of the properties have a public footpath running in front of the property's driveway.
- The whole row of cottages have a wide grass verge between the road and public footpath.
- The verge is 300cm wide.
- The paths are of tarmac construction and are uneven and vary in width between 120 cm and 210cm.
- There is no seating available near the cottages.