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Lincoln Arms

Picture source: Chris Lightfoot

The Lincoln Arms was situated at 114 High Street. This 17th century inn was demolished and rebuilt in 1907. Part of the building was grade-II* listed.
Listed building details:
Romanesque door arch, c1150, salvaged during demolition, 1783, and resited 1907. Situated in a first floor rear room. Limestone rubble. Outer arch has a complex double chevron moulding enhanced by an early form of dogtooth moulding. Inner arch has keeled roll moulding flanked by quirks and hollows. The arch was removed from St Andrew's Hall, a Norman house which stood on this site till its demolition in 1783. The special interest of the arch derives from its place in a C12 domestic building.

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Rebuilt Lincoln Arms, 2012

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