Internal views of Soames Brewery

Internal views of Soames Brewery

Source – Brewery History author A Cartwright, Photos M J Elsden   read more
Exterior of Soames Brewery – Spalding

Exterior of Soames Brewery – Spalding

The only building which still remains is Westbourne Lodge, the rear of which is the building on the right beyond the overhead pipes.   Source: Brewing History Soames of Spalding – Adam Cartwright – Photo Michael J... read more
Soames Brewery Staff photo

Soames Brewery Staff photo

Group portrait of the staff of Soames & Co Ltd, Brewery, Spalding. This photo is thought to have been taken outside the Brewery.  Dated early 20th Century. (Ayscoughfee Hall Collection) Click on image to enlarge... read more
Archaelogy Report from under the Old Brewery/ Petrol Filling Station in Albion St.

Archaelogy Report from under the Old Brewery/ Petrol Filling Station in Albion St.

Click on the link to read the article. AOS D 0030 under brewery read more
The Saracens Head Inns

The Saracens Head Inns

  The Old Saracen’s Head Inn Saracen’s Head took its name from an old drovers inn of the same name.Extract from the book by E.H. Gooch “Place names in Holland. Lincolnshire’s and their’ meaning.” Saracen’s Head – a hamlet in the parish of Whaplode. takes... read more

South Holland Life – Genealogy

Genealogy Explore and discover the history of the people who lived and worked in South Holland. Explore South Holland’s people and places People Ayscoughfee Photo Collection View Details Places Ayscoughfee Photo Collection View Details Transport Ayscoughfee... read more
The Nags Head Long Sutton

The Nags Head Long Sutton

The Nags Head was situated on the Market Place.This was a Soames Brewery pub that was sold to Steward & Patteson in 1949. This pub closed on 29th September 1961. Publicans throughout the years – 1842 John HASTEN 1872 William FARR, vict. 1882 William FARR,... read more
Thomas Doubleday of Gosberton – Merchant & Brewer

Thomas Doubleday of Gosberton – Merchant & Brewer

These are paper for sale on eBay. England’s Duplicitous Liquor Trade Exposed In an Archive of Manuscript Letters As a Lincolnshire Spirits Merchant and Brewer [Possible Smuggler]  Does anybody know about the Doubleday family and can share their information?... read more

Chain Bridge Forge Library – Local History

Reference Number Doc Number Title  Year Publication Author LC1 cbf002 A Century of Achievement The Story of Lincoln Co-operative Society  1960’s Frank Brukshaw & Duncan McNab LC2 cbf003 A Fenland Landscape Glossary for Lincolnshire 1997 Hilary Healey LC3... read more