Former building opposite the Lomond Tavern

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Name Former building opposite the Lomond Tavern
Address Horsemarket
Postcode n/a
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1963 listing details[1]
Number: 28
Address/Site Name House, Horse Market at corner of Cross Wynd

2-storey: rubble: roofless shell: carved face on west skew-putt and panel depicting riding boot inscribed MB.1819


There was formerly a building opposite the Lomond Tavern. The site is now occupied by the Lomond Tavern car park.

Further references

"On the site of the Lomond Tavern car park stood a 2-storey building which, during the Napoleonic wars, housed a number of French prisoners. The Napoleonic Boot now above the Lomond Tavern's door was rescued by the owner a few years ago when the building opposite was demolished."[2]


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