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TF0919 : The War Memorial at Bourne by Rex Needle The War Memorial at Bourne by Rex Needle
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The War Memorial was erected in South Street, Bourne, in 1956 and has been the centrepiece of the 2014 observances for the centenary of the outbreak of the Great... (more)
TF0919 : The Red Hall at Bourne by Rex Needle The Red Hall at Bourne by Rex Needle
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The Grade II listed Red Hall is the most famous secular building in Bourne and has survived several attempts to have it pulled down. It was built in 1605 by... (more)
TF0819 : St Peter's Pool, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle St Peter's Pool, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The early source of water in Bourne known as the Wellhead or St Peter’s Pool is among the most ancient sites of artesian supply in England and has figured... (more)
F6605 : Closhreed,Achill Island by Gerry Brannigan Closhreed,Achill Island by Gerry Brannigan
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This is a Loveachill coffee, gift and surf shop on Achill Island
TF0919 : Baldock's Mill, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle Baldock's Mill, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The Domesday Book of 1086 records that there were three water mills in Bourne but Baldock’s Mill in South Street is the only one that survives and although no... (more)
TF0920 : Wake House, North Street, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle Wake House, North Street, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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Wake House in North Street dates from the early 19th century and is best known as the birthplace of Charles Worth, son of a local solicitor, on 13th October 1825... (more)
TF0920 : The Burghley Arms, North Street, Bourne by Rex Needle The Burghley Arms, North Street, Bourne by Rex Needle
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One of the oldest public houses in Bourne is the Burghley Arms in the town centre, formerly the market place. The building was originally a private residence... (more)
TF0920 : The Town Hall, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle The Town Hall, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The Town Hall at Bourne has been the centre of administration in Bourne since it was erected mainly by public subscription in 1821, an imposing building of... (more)
TF0921 : Drilling winter wheat near Bourne by Rex Needle Drilling winter wheat near Bourne by Rex Needle
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Farming in the countryside is an unending cycle of activity to maintain the continuous production of our food, from spring through to winter, and no sooner has one... (more)
TF0920 : The market place at Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle The market place at Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The market in Bourne is held weekly under a charter granted to the Lord of the Manor, Baldwin Wake, by Edward I in 1279, to be held on a Saturday and this... (more)
TF0920 : The old Tudor Cinema, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle The old Tudor Cinema, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The Tudor Cinema opened in North Street, Bourne, on 2nd December 1929, built on the site of two cottages with dormer windows and the old roof line can still be... (more)
TF0919 : Brook Lodge, South Street, Bourne by Rex Needle Brook Lodge, South Street, Bourne by Rex Needle
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The distinctive white-painted mansion which can be seen as you enter Bourne on the main A15 from the south was originally the town’s vicarage, home to the... (more)
TF0920 : The Angel Hotel, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle The Angel Hotel, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The imposing façade of the Angel Hotel has dominated the town centre at Bourne for the past 150 years although there has been an inn on this site since the... (more)
TF0919 : The Old Grammar, School, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle The Old Grammar, School, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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The philanthropy of a local landowner, William Trollope, gave Bourne its first public school which still stands in the graveyard adjoining the Abbey Church. He... (more)
TF0919 : The Ostler memorial, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle The Ostler memorial, Bourne, Lincolnshire by Rex Needle
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One of the few stone monuments in Bourne is the Ostler memorial fountain, a fine example of Victorian gothic erected by public subscription in 1860 as a memorial... (more)

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