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Wall, Schoolhouse Lane, Louth



Reference Name MLI91811

Name:
Wall, Schoolhouse Lane, Louth

Summary:
Wall, Schoolhouse Lane, Louth

Location:
LOUTH, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 47166
Red brick wall, considered to be of townscape interest by the Louth Conservation Area Appraisal. There is a blue plaque on the wall opposite the King Edward VI Grammar School buildings commemorating a poem by Tennyson which mentions the wall. {1}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: QuBE Planning Ltd.. 2008. Louth Conservation Area Appraisal. George St character area

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