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Spalding Voice  06/11/2019 This week marks 60 years since 14 and 15-year-old siblings took over a Spalding business which their family has turned in to a local High Street icon. ...
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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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collection of oldie bits.not sure where the water pump was in the town. Anyone's Grandad or Great grandad on there Edit.. Another photo of the water pump. dont think its Reform st . looking at the se ...
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Here's a undated photo of the old Crown Inn, Spalding. The Crown was situated at 36 Westlode Street. This Soames Brewery pub was reroofed in 1911 and sold to Steward & Patteson in 1949. Since clo ...
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Harrison Chemist and Photographer shop and Bates Pet Shop Winsover Rd being demolished replaced by Hairdressers shop near Aldi
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On the Geest theme this is the potato packing department which was featured in Geest News from September 1967 . The lady on the right was my mum Joan Johnson
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Just found this in my photo files that will bring back memories to many on this site, Spalding Sugar Beet factory before the silos were built with the river Welland at low tide with old converted life ...
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From the Lincolnshire Archives page: Joseph Jakes, Butcher, Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge. 1910s.
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thanks to John Brooks
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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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The Bottle n Glass pub was on Northorpe Rd, Donington. Closed n 1951 it was one of 10 pubs sold by the Smith Family of Gosberton bidding started at £12,000 n ended at £40,000 for the 10 pubs, bought ...
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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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This 1914 photo shows five delivery men and the Garret steam engine used by Soames & Co. Brewery for deliveries! ...
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Comment from Facebook- i used to deliver meat to houses in the mid sixties the carrier bike was very heavy one gear and rod brakes what never worked once a week i had to deliver meat to a few houses o ...
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