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Lost Pubs In Stamford, Lincolnshire

Name Year Closed Information

Anchor Inn

1 St Martins High Street.
Balloon Inn   6 Blackfriars Street.
Bear & Ragged Staff   St Marys Hill.  
Beehive 12 Water Street.
Black Bull 2010 Stamford Walk.
Black Horse 59 Scotgate. 
Black Swan 1850s Broad Street.
Blue Bell Inn 18th c. Ironmonger Street.
Boat & Railway Hotel 1962 Wharf Road. 
Brewery Inn 30 Foundry Road. Publican in 1919 was Christopher Martin. Also known as the New Chequers and Brewers Inn. Now reopened as The Jolly Brewer.
Burghley Arms c.1960 17 Sheep Market.
Carpenters Arms 54 St Leonards Street.
Castle St Johns Street. Also known as The Shepherd & Shepherdess.
Chequers Inn St Peters Street.
Coach & Horses St Martins.
Cross Keys Inn 40 St Mary's Street.

Crown & Woolpack Scotgate.
Daniel Lambert 2010 20 St Leonards Street.
Dolphin 60 East Street.
Drum & Monkey 67 Casterton Road.
Exeter Arms 1 Water Street.
Fitzwilliam Arms 1 Newtown. 
Fox & Hounds  
Gaping Goose St Martins.
General Gordon 9 Blackfriars Street.
George & Angel Inn  
George Tap 1980s Station Road.
Glaziers Arms Scotgate.
Great Northern 8 Water Street. Publican in 1919 was Arthur Boyden.
Greyhound Inn 11 St Peters Street.
Half Moon Inn 6 St Pauls Street.
Hit Or Miss 7 Foundry Road.
Horseshoe Red Lion Square.
London Inn 2010 4 St Johns Street. Now reopened!!
Lord Nelson Red Lion Street.
Millstone All Saints Street. Now reopened!!
Mr Dillon 1980s Scotgate.
O'Briens Arms 25 St Pauls Street.
Old Bakehouse 31 Broad Street.
Olive Branch Inn 3 St Leonards Street. 
Pineapple Inn 1961 59 High Street.
Prince Of Wales   5 Castle Street.

Queens Head 1885 St Marys Hill. Established in 1780. Now demolished.
Red Cow 1 Church Lane.
Rising Sun 1960s 17 Broad Street. Publican in 1919 was George Wallace.  Now reopened as The Lord Burgley.
Roebuck Inn 33 Broad Street.
Rolts Arms 25 Scotgate.
Scotgate 5 Scotgate.
St Peters Inn
Stag & Pheasant 14 Broad Street.
Stamford Hotel  
Standwells Hotel  
Star & Garter 10 Scotgate. Publican in 1919 was John Middleton. Demolished to become a car park.
Sun & Railway 11 Church Street. 
Telegraph Inn 1961 3 Wothorpe Road.
Three Tuns St Leonards Street.
Victoria Inn   Ryhall Road. Previously known as The Parting Pot. Publican in 1919 was Walter Jackson.  
Waggon & Horses 47-51 St Martins High Street. Also known as The Marquis Of Granby, Daniel Lambert died here.
Welland Cottage Inn 11 Gas Street. Publican in 1919 was Walter Steel. Now demolished.
Wheatsheaf 14 All Saints Street.
Wheel Inn 1885 St Peters Street. Demolished in the same year.
White Hart Inn 17 St George's Street.

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