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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 public house got its name from a crane which used to be sited on the river bank in Double St in Spalding. Most of the surrounding buildings have disappeared.
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Views of Whaplode showing the Ram Inn and Mill. Jane Sismey Roberts writes - My Uncle was landlord of the Ram Inn and ...
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Probably a lot of you will know the Old Raven's Clough Pub in Holbeach Fen. I research House Histories, and Family trees and this one was a fascinating one to write. This is ...
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Closed in December 2018 - Now be converted a care home. ...
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1911. Spalding. As reported …."White Hart at Spalding was sold by auction, owing to the death of the proprietor Mr S R Harper, the purchaser being Mr Joseph Cade, Innkeeper of Whaplode - the price p ...
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Do you have memories to share? ...
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Please tell us your memories of the Black Bull and Snack Bar in Quadring. Does anybody recognise the people in the photos? [gallery columns="1" size="large" ids="24087,24086,24085,24084,24083,24082 ...
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The Mermaid Inn, Little London, Long Sutton. This Inn closed in 1969 and was later demolished.
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Exeter Arms - Crowland a public house on the site of County Library and Police Station in 1880
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This is a painting by Rex Pitts dated 1960's. The pub use to be situated on the site of the Bull & Monkey a pub which has now closed also.
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Pat Quinn writes I have a photograph of my grandfather Arthur Ward, standing in the doorway of the Lincoln Arms, most likely some time in the late 19th century. I have little information about him but ...
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