This place was under threat of demolition due no doubt to coincide with the moving of Red House School and the redevelopment of the whole area , a great shame .
I believe that the street was named after the farmer Mr Marmaduke and that the building on the very end , the grey pebble-dashed building with a white door and portico was the original farm house and that the building under threat with the sign was the barn . The garages were added later and they too are to be demolished . They might even have succumbed by now? c2013
Photographs and details courtesy of David Thompson.