Ludford Magna, The Village c.1955

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Caption for Ludford, The Village C1955: This is the A631, although it does not look like an A-class road. The telephone box has gone, and so have the telegraph poles and wires. The post office has moved, and is no longer in the far distance on the right of the road. The annexe sideways to the road has gone, and the house standing back from the road has been replaced by a bungalow. One of the two houses on the right, Highfield View, now has a porch. The wartime airfield was over to the left.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

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The photograph of the High Street with the Black Horse Inn Sign in the foreground reminded me that one of my ancestors, Sims Briggs, was the landlord of the inn according to the 1881 Census. Some of the other members are interned in the churchyard including my 2x Great Grandmother Susannah Briggs, wife of John (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Ludford, The Village C1955: This is the A631, although it does not look like an A-class road. The telephone box has gone, and so have the telegraph poles and wires. The post office has moved, and is no longer in the far distance on the right of the road. The annexe sideways to the road has gone, and the house standing back from the road has been replaced by a bungalow. One of the two houses on the right, Highfield View, now has a porch. The wartime airfield was over to the left.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

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