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Wagon & Horses

Picture source: Hania Franek


The Wagon & Horses was situated on Gentle Street. This pub was present by 1822 when Charles Vincent was the publican. It closed in the 1960s. The building dates from the 17th century and is grade-II listed.
Source: Scott Jacobs-Lange
Listed building details:
Former Waggon and Horses Inn. C17 rubble. 3 storeys. 2 gables. Later 3 light casements to upper windows, C18 sashes to lower windows. A modem window to left of door. Above is a small stair-light with wood surround and lintel. Doorway with flat wooden hood on brackets, moulded lintel and ogee stop moulded surround; studded door with modern glass panel let in. Stone tile roof.

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