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Great Northern Hotel


The Great Northern Hotel was situated at 177 High Street. This pub was present by 1849 and demolished in 1965. Previously known as The Black Horse.
On 2nd April 1874 Edward Neesham, employed as boots at the hotel, was accused at Lincoln Quarter Sessions of stealing nine glasses.

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