Market Hill. The shops on view are Elms confectioners, J C Hardy, gas fitter and gun maker and further down the street, Richardson’s which sold tiled stoves, chimney pieces, mangles and bedsteads
The name of the Carrier can not be read but it does read “Boston and Holbeach Carrier” Note: The clock on the top left-hand corner of the cart.
Holbeach Station was on the joint Midland & Great Northern line from Saxby to Sutton Bridge and South Lynn, The station closed in 1959 but the buildings have survived.
Chain Bridge Forge deliver 20 window locks for a large house. Another product delivered by our Blacksmith David Baynes. Come and talk to us to meet your needs.
Source: Lincolnshire Buildings in the Mud and Stud style
Exeter Arms – Crowland a public house on the site of County Library and Police Station in 1880 Source: Lincolnshire Buildings in the Mud & Stud Tradition
Cowbit Church Gates are finished and installed. A big thank you to all involved. Especially Chris Hammond.