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What Are Listed Buildings? A listed building in the United Kingdom is a building which has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. There ...
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Until the 1940s, the site of the concrete factory was occupied by a two- storey house, a replacement for a building once owned by Edward III’s fourth son, John of Gaunt, who became Lord of the Manor ...
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Lovely picture of Whaplode. Can anybody help with the origins of the picture.
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Archaeological dig that was conducted to look for evidence of the "The Old Bakery" Click on the link to read the report:
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A survey and analysis of St. Paul's Church, Holbeach Rd, Fulney, Spalding. To read the report click on the link.
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The Burtey Fen Collection is a privately owned music hall in Pinchbeck, Liincolnshire, housing three pipe organs - a Compton cinema organ, a Wurlitzer cinema organ and a classical pipe organ. The venu ...
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Garnsgate Hall is believed to date back to 1685 when a house with the name Garnsgate was first mentioned on October 22nd when William Delamore of Garn ...
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This report was compiled by Gary Taylor of Archaeological Services in which he unravels the history of the Forge buildings. The full report can be read by clicking on the link below:
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Click on the link to read the full document AOS P 0054 Consveration Area ...
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