Historic Buildings pre-1945
St Botolph’s church, Market Place – dates from 1309, includes restoration by Sir George Gilbert Scott.
Holy Trinity church, Spilsby Road. 1846-48 by Sir George Gilbert Scott.
St Thomas’ church, London Road. 1912 by Temple Moore.
St Mary’s church, Horncastle Road. 1826.
Centenary Wesleyan Chapel, Red Lion Street. 1829 by Stephen Lewin with front added 1910 by Gordon & Gunton.
General Baptist church, High Street.
Unitarian chapel, Spayne Lane. 1819.
Cemetery, Horncastle Road. 1854 by JP Pritchett.
Marks & Spencer, Market Place. 1930s.
15, Market Place. Late Victorian.
Shopfronts in Market Place. 19th century.
Dewhursts – modern front on medieval building.
The Still public house, Market Place. Early 19th century.
27-28 Market Place. Early 19th century façade, on 16th century timber-framed house.
32-33 Market Place. Rainwater heads carry date 1777.
34 Market Place. 1820.
Exchange Buildings, Market Place. 1772, by Thomas Lumby.
Assembly Rooms, Market Place. 1822, possibly by Jeptha Pacey.
Lloyds Bank, Market Place. 1864.
Statue of Herbert Ingram, Market Place. 1862 by Alexander Munro.
30 Church Street. Late 16th century timber-framed.
Irby House. Mid Georgian.
Rosegarth House. Victorian.
Church House with Blenkin Memorial Hall behind.
Sessions House. 1841-43, by Charles Kirk senior.
County Hall. 1925-27.
Barclays Bank. 1876, by Thomas Mawson.
12-18 Wormgate. 18th century.
1-3 Witham Place. Georgian.
6-10 Witham Place. Georgian.
14 Witham Place. Georgian.
Bluecoat School. 1876.
Barge Inn, Wormgate.
Grand Sluice. 1764-66 by Langley Edwards altered 1883.
Witham Tavern, Witham Bank East. Early 19th century.
11 and 13 Witham Bank East. Both early 19th century.
Tunnard Street. 1890s, semi-detached villas.
Conway School. 1896.
2 Pump Square.
5-6 Pump Square. Late Georgian.
7-10 Pump Square. Late 19th century.
2-4 Main Ridge West. Early 19th century.
Freemasons Hall, Main Ridge West. 1860-63, modelled on Temple of Dandour.
Pescod Hall. Mid 15th century. Moved and rebuilt 1974/5 and moved again c2000.
Post Office (former), Wide Bargate. Edwardian.
Tawney Street. 1905 - 1915.
20 Wide Bargate. Late Georgian.
22 Wide Bargate.
24 Wide Bargate.
27-29 Wide Bargate. Late Georgian and Regency.
Red Cow, Wide Bargate.
86-88 Wide Bargate.
Bargate Lodge, Wide Bargate.
Holland House, Wide Bargate. Late Georgian.
NFU offices, John Adams Way. 1846 by Samuel Sherwin (built as a house for himself).
Pen Street. Mostly early 19th century. Noteworthy 13, 23-25.
Maud Foster Mill, Willoughby Road. 1819 by Norman & Smithson.
Almshouses, Hospital Lane. 1874.
Hospital Lane Bridge. 1811, by the Butterley Company (possibly designed by John Rennie).
Spilsby Road terraces and villas.
Boston High School, Spilsby Road.
Shodfriars Hall, South Street. Dating from 15th century, with additions by J Oldrid Scott in 1873.
10 and 12 South Street. Part 14th century.
Stepped-gable building, South Street.
Customs House, South Street. 1725.
Ship Tavern. Early 19th century.
3-9 Spain Lane. Late Georgian.
Blackfriars Hall. Dating from 12th century.
Spain Court. Late 18th century.
Hurst’s Warehouse, Spain Lane.
Sam Newsom Music Centre. Late Georgian warehouse.
Fydell House. c1705.
Magnet Tavern. Mid Georgian.
4 South Square. 1809.
5 South Square. Late 17th century.
Grammar School. 1567 with 1850 and 1856 additions.
School House. 1827. Houses facing the quay. Early 19th century.
South Terrace. 1840.
Hussey Tower, Skirbeck Road. Mid 15th century.
Union Workhouse, Skirbeck Road. 1837 by Sir George Gilbert Scott.
Charity Cottages, Muster Roll Lane. 1846.
Maud Foster Sluice. 1807 by John Rennie.
Dock. 1882-84 by William Wheeler.
Dock warehouse. Late 19th century.
Town Bridge. 1913 by John J Webster.
White Hart hotel. Georgian.
HSBC Bank. 1864.
Drinking Fountain. 1860, by Samuel Sherwin.
Municipal Buildings. 1902 by James Rowell.
Factory with swan sculpture. 1877.
Houses in High Street, especially 18, 25, 35. Georgian.
Warehouse, High Street. Early 19th century.
47 High Street. Late Georgian.
49-51 High Street. Georgian.
76 High Street. Late Georgian.
82 High Street. Probably 16th century.
89-93 High Street.
91-93 High Street.
General Baptist Church, High Street. 1837.
114 High Street. Early 19th century.
116 High Street. Mid 18th century.
107 High Street. 1718.
120 High Street. Late 18th century.
124-126 High Street. Late 17th or early 18th century.
119-125 High Street. Regency.
2-3 London Road. Mid Georgian.
4 London Road. Early 19th century.
5 London Road (warehouse). Late Georgian.
Ship Inn, High Street. Mid Georgian.
10 High Street. Early 19th century.
12 High Street. Mid Georgian.
Cast iron sculpture (Crown & Anchor sign), High Street. 1803.
West Skirbeck House, London Road. Early 19th century.
John Rennie's Butterley cast iron footbridges - Hospital, Cowbridge, and Rawson's Bridge (also Vauxhall, demolished in 1928).