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The Plough Inn, Powburn


The Plough Inn pub and restaurant in Powburn closed in 2015. The Plough dates from the 18th Century and was originally a coaching inn, located on the road (A697) between Newcastle and Edinburgh. The former Blacksmith’s Forge incorporated within the property. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Powburn Grade II Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hedgeley Civil Parish Former Public Houses
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The Plough at Powburn

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PLOUGH INN WITH OUTBUILDING TO NORTH - Powburn - List Entry
- "Inn with outbuilding. Mid-C18, in several builds; late C19 rear wing. Squared tooled stone; right return large roughly-squared stone ; outbuilding squared stone with tooled dressings; rear wing snecked stone. Welsh ...

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List number: 1041964
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0622616343

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