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Lost Pubs In Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

Name Year Closed Information  

Angel Inn

  Chapel Staith.

Black Horse

  Bridge Street.   

Black Head

1962 19 Market Place.
Blue Bell   Bridge Street. Also known as The Gate or The Brushmakers Arms.  
Bridge Inn 1960's 133 Bridge Street
Brown Cow   Silver Street.  
Bulls Head   36 Church Street.   
Coopers Arms   Bridge Street. Publican in 1835 was James Mottershall.  
Cross Keys 1969 175 Bridge Street
Crown Trentside. Publican in 1856 was George Wagstaff.
Crown & Anchor 1967 149 Bridge Street.
Dog & Gun Bridge Street. Publican in 1835 was James Greenhill.
Drovers Call 2008 186 Lea Road.
Freemasons Tavern Church Street. 
Friendship c2000 4 Church Street
Green Dragon   Church Street.   
Half Moon 2007 Heaton Street. 
Hickman Arms c.1929 5 Lord Street.


Horse & Groom 2002 Beaumont Street.  
Jack & Jill   Heapham Road.
Jolly Sailor Boy   Morton Wharf. Publican in 1881 was John Leening, a blacksmith.  
Kings Arms 1942 Market Street.  
King William IV   Mart Yard.
Lamb Inn 1887 Market Place.  
Locomotive Tavern   35 Spring Gardens.
Lord Nelson   Silver Street.   
Marquis Of Granby 1942 Market Street.  
Mechanics Arms   Bridge Road. Publican in 1881 was Samuel Walster.  
Monsons Arms   14 Silver Street.  
Nags Head   Church Street. Publican in 1828 was John Snell.  
Neptune   Bridge Street.
New Anchor   Silver Street. Publican in 1828 was Jonathan Elwis.  
Newcastle Arms   14 Caskgate Street.
Nodding Donkey   Glentham Road. Latterly known as the Gainsborough Park.  
Ostrich 1960's 65 Bridge Street.
Peacock 1942 4 Market Street.  
Peacock 2019 Corringham Road.  
Plough 2007 Church Street. 
Queen Adelaide   Old Hall.  
Queen Victoria   Hickman Street.  
Queens Arms 1960s 95 Bridge Street.
Ram   Market Place.  
Red Lion   Lord Street.   
Ropery Inn   202 Ropery Road.  
Royal Oak   Bridge Street. Publican in 1828 was William Ranby.  
Sailor Boy   Bridge Street.
Saracens Head   Silver Street. Publican in 1856 was Thomas Carter.  
Seven Stars   Caskgate Street.
Ship    Ship Court.
Ship Tavern   Bridge Street. Publican in 1828 was John Newton, in 1881 James Walker.  
Sloop   Caskgate Street.  
Station Inn   Cross Street.
Sun Hotel 1850s North Street.  
Swan 1850s Silver Street.  
Turks Head   Bridge Street. Publican in 1856 Jonathan Warriner.  
White Hart 2011 49 Lord Street. Known as The Fleur De Lys until 1649.  
White Lamb   Market Place.  
White Lion   41 Lord Street.
White Swan   Silver Street.   
Wheatsheaf   Bridge Street.
Windmill   165 Bridge Street.
Woolpack 1969 4 Lord Street.
Yarborough Hotel 2009 Bridge Road.

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