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Not sure of the date but it’s relatively recent. Interesting to see how the businesses have changed.
Lovely picture of Hall Place, Spalding and Pennington & Sons. Source Duncan Bray
Located in what is now called Hall Palce in Spalding. Sadly another historic building which has disappeared.
Photo dated as early 1900’s showing a view of the cobbled streets of Hall Place, Spalding. ( Spalding Library Collection ) Click on image to enlarge
Hall Place, Spalding dated 1960. Noticeable is the roundabout which was once here. The shops of Shoefayre and Finefare are also seen on the left of the roundabout. Click on image to enlarge
This morning I went out with the Civic Society and as part of the walk they should me this plaque. Who seen it? Who knows where it is? The plaque is to be found…
This is an early photo of the Lloyds Bank building which is in Hall Place, Spalding. Click on image to enlarge
This photo of Hall Place, Spalding shows Tomlin outfitters on the corner at No 23. This business was listed under William Tomlin in the Kelly’s directories. Behind it you can see the shop of Beales Bikes,…
This view of Hall Place, Spalding shows the Cross Keys Hotel on the left with a tea wagon situated in the centre.This photo dates around late 1940’s to early 50’s Click on image to enlarge