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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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The Grade II listed Pulvertoft Hall at Gedney Broadgate, near Spalding Built in 1720, the hall is a fine example of early Georgian architecture set in over two acres of land with fenland views. Arr ...
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The Milestone Society was established in May 2001, they aim to “identify, record, research, conserve and interpret for public benefit
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View of Gedney Hill Mill, an early 19th century tower mill and a house with a bricked up window and door, seen from beside the muddy wheels of a Fordson tractor. Dated 1950' Source David Gray ...
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Broadgate House, Whaplode Drove in 1933 and 1990. Jabez Fletcher lived here with his 2nd wife Sarah Ann (Sally) Thorpe. His first wife Rosette Farrow disappeared leaving behind 2 small daughters and w ...
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Photo from Shutting Up Shop.. It's about the decline of the traditional small shop. Lovely photos including this one. Atton & Son, 19 Hall Place, Spalding. Photo taken in 1982. Pictured are Christ ...
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Some Photographs of the Old West Elloe Bridge. The gray scale was taken around 1964 and the two colour shots were taken in Sept 1967. Construction had just started on the second bridge which then led ...
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Now this is the earliest photo of Spalding's Market Place that I have come across. Prior to building the Corn Exchange (now the site of the South Holland Centre), the commissioners who came into of ...
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Thanks to David Gray and Pat Wensor for these photos.
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This postcard was posted with a "Gedney Drove End, Wisbech" postmark on 14th August. Sadly the date isn't legible but it's got a George V stamp so must be post 1910 and almost certainly pre-1937. It w ...
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