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53 High Street, Linton

63 High Street, Dog and Duck Inn, Linton

History of the Dog and Duck

Listed Building:

Inn. Mid C17. Timber-frame plaster rendered with C20 pargetted panels.

The building is described as two cottages and a shop in 1840, and in 1851 became an inn owned by Hen. Prior a brewer.

Historic England

53 High Street, Linton

Dog and Duck, Linton 1933 (MoC211/54)


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