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The Plough

Copyright Richard Croft and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

The Plough was situated on Church Street. The first public house on this site was demolished and the current building was built in 1921. The original public house is of unknown date. The current building is built in a polite classical style using red brick with stone dressings. Important features include the open pedimented doorcase with engaged Tuscan columns, and the gilt and engraved pub sign. The Plough Inn closed in 2007, and the building has been converted into offices for the West Lindsey District Council.

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Name Dates Comments
Andy Piper 1970s My grand father Viv Kirk also used to run the yarbrough hotel  in gainsborough then he moved to the plough inn. Viv, Denny and Mel were their sons. i was the grandson.

Other Photos

Original Plough Inn  
Date of photo: 2015

Picture source: Steve Cook