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Boars Head

Date of photo: 2016

Picture source: Google Streetview


 
The Boars Head was situated on Station Street. This grade-II listed pub was present by 1879 when the publican was James Brazebridge. It is now in residential use.
 
Listed building details:
C18 cottage. One storey and attic, possibly timber-framed, and rendered with brick foundations, corrugated iron roof. Ridge and end stacks, one dormer window. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars to right hand. One 3 light horizontal sliding sash window to left hand. Gable end door. Later C19 lean-to extensions to rear. Once the "Boars Head" Public House.
 

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