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Black Swan

Picture source: Ron Clark

The Black Swan was situated at 319 High Street. This grade-II listed pub was present by 1794 and is now in retail use as a Holland & Barrett store.
On 14th August 1854 Joseph Young, labourer was accused at Lincoln Quarter Sessions of stealing a leather purse and 7 6s 6d from James Snelgrove, sergeant in the Coldstream Guards, billeted at the Black Swan.
Listed building details:
Former public house, now a shop. Early C19, with mid C20 alterations. Stucco front and slate roof. Moulded second floor panel inscribed "Black Swan". Bracketed eaves. 3 storeys, 2 bays. Full width shopfront with fascia, C20. Above, two 12-pane sashes and above again, two 6-pane sashes. Interior not inspected.

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Picture source: Chris Lightfoot