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A nice image of Gedney Road, Long Sutton. In the distance is the sign for the Cock and Magpie Inn. This grade II listed pub is now in residential use.
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The Pedestrian Railway Bridge that was once across Hawthorn Bank.
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A nice addition to the library today. This booklet describes the Tool House place in Sutton Bridge history. Click on this
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It was Barbara McLaren who first proposed the memorial and engaged Lutyens to design it. Mrs McLaren was a niece of Lutyens’ noted collaborator, Gertrude Jekyll, and Lutyens had already designed a h ...
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A History of Sutton Bridge - 1745 to the Present Day Peter Clery 1745 - 1814 The South Sea bubble was a financial scandal in 1720-21 which outweighed anything before or since. What has that got ...
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Here is another good photo taken late1800’s/ early 1900’s of the new swing bridge opened 18th July 1897, unusual to get a panaramic view at that time. [gallery columns="1" size="large" ids="333 ...
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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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