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Description: The George and Dragon Public House
Date Listed: 30 October 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 194250
OS Grid Reference: TF1171034388
OS Grid Coordinates: 511710, 334388
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8953, -0.3409
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BILLINGBOROUGH VICTORIA STREET
4/36 The George and
Dragon Public House
Coaching inn, now public house. C17, C20. Colourwashed
limestone rubble and ashlar, some colourwashed brick. Steeply
pitched pantile roofs with 4 stock brick ridge stacks. L-plan.
East side with 2 storeys and garret, and 5 bay front. Plinth. 2
canted, 2 storey bay windows in first and fourth bay, that to the
right with a 3 light mullion window flanked by single lights with
continuous moulded cornice. 2 light mullion window to right with
moulded cornice. Doorway to left with moulded cornice, 4
centred head with dragon motifs in spandrels, overlight and
partially glazed door. 3 light mullion window beyond with
moulded cornice. Canted bay to left with central side blocked
and flanked by single rectangular lights with continuous moulded
cornice. Above, a 3 light mullion window flanked by single
lights with continuous moulded cornice. 3 light mullion window
to right with moulded cornice. Canted bay beyond with 3 light
mullion window flanked by single lights and with a continuous
moulded cornice. South side with 5 bays including the gabled bay
to right and with a brick bay to left. Broad rendered first
floor band. Window to right with C20 4 centred head with
horizontal rectangular light above. Doorway to left with
moulded cornice, overlight and panelled door. 2 three light
mullion windows to left with a 2 light mullion window beyond, all
with moulded cornices. Doorway to left with broad rendered
lintel and partially glazed door. 4 three light mullion windows
above, with 2 light mullion garret window to right, all with
Listing NGR: TF1171034388
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Source: English Heritage
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