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The Black Horse (Aldeburgh)

The Black Horse, 257 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, 2014 First licenced to sell beer in 1843, this ivy-capped wreck was once (reputedly) a major smuggling inn. By 1988 it was The Black Horse Antiques, as shown here (see the “Gallery” page, and note old horse plaque above door which is now hidden by foliage). The premises currently has a planning application and a digger in the back yard, so is doubtless due to be tarted up.

The Black Horse

The Black Horse

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