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North Kyme
 
North Kyme, ATZ&H Inn
North Kyme, ATZ&H Inn
North Kyme, ATZ&H Inn

ATZ&H Inn (previously motel) and the Old Coach Tandoori.

Western half of the building marked as a public house on the OS 25 inch map published 1889 with the eastern half not yet built.

Plough Inn immediately adjacent to the east.

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme, ATZ&H Inn, Old Coach Tandoori
North Kyme, Coach & Horses (Tattershall Rd, Billinghay)
North Kyme, Coach & Horses (Tattershall Rd, Billinghay)
North Kyme, Coach & Horses (Tattershall Rd, Billinghay)

On the outskirts of Billinghay but in the parish of Kyme.

As Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1905 puts it "A small stream, called the Skirth, sometimes navigable, and dividing North Kyme from Billinghay, passes through the parish, which is also traversed by the old Roman Car dyke"

Listed in Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1905 "Smith Joseph, Coach & Horses P.H. & farmer"

Signboard recently removed as witness the cones in the foreground - for sale when this image was taken with offers over £300,000 requested. 

DB 25 June 2020 

North Kyme, Coach & Horses, Billinghay
North Kyme, Kesteven House (Tattershall Rd, Billinghay)
North Kyme, Kesteven House (Tattershall Rd, Billinghay)
North Kyme, Kesteven House (Tattershall Rd, Billinghay)

Kesteven House is on the outskirts of Billinghay but actually in the parish of Kyme. 

Former police station dating from late C19.

https://www.lincstothepast.com/Kesteven-House--Tattershall-Road--Billinghay/239540.record?pt=S 

DB 25 June 2018 

Billinghay, Kesteven House, Police Station, North Kyme
North Kyme, Kyme Stone
North Kyme, Kyme Stone
North Kyme, Kyme Stone

"THE KYME STONE / ERECTED BY / THE VILLAGERS OF / NORTH KYME / THE YEAR 2000"

DB 25 January 2020 

North Kyme, Millennium, Kyme Stone
North Kyme, Main Street
North Kyme, Main Street
North Kyme, Main Street

North Kyme is sited 1.5 miles south of Billinghay in North Kesteven. It has a brick church built in 1877.

The village cross is fourteenth-century and was restored in the 1820s.

This quiet village street is now the busy A153 linking Sleaford with Horncastle.

undated postcard

North Kyme, village cross
North Kyme, Market Cross
North Kyme, Market Cross
North Kyme, Market Cross
North Kyme, Market Cross
North Kyme, Panoramic View
North Kyme, Panoramic View
North Kyme, Panoramic View

A panoramic view from Church Lane and across Main Street to the old School on the left. Further to the right can be seen the Market Cross, the ATZ&H Inn and the Plough Inn.

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme
North Kyme, Plough Inn
North Kyme, Plough Inn
North Kyme, Plough Inn

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 has an entry "Skelton Fredk. James, Plough inn"

White's Directory 1872 has "Watson Richard, farmer and victualler, Plough"

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme, Plough Inn, Public House
North Kyme, School
North Kyme, School
North Kyme, School

Former school closed in 2005. 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"Public Elementary School (mixed), erected by the lord of the manor in 1866, at a cost of £800, for 110 children; Thomas Edward Smith, master

The School is under the management of six members; Joseph Torey, correspondent"

DB 25 January 2020 

North Kyme, School
North Kyme, School
North Kyme, School
North Kyme, School

Detail of the date stone "ERECTED A.D. 1866" 

" A fire destroyed the wooden buildings which housed the junior and senior classes on 20 May 1952.

The school survived a closure attempt in 2004 but was closed on 31 August 2005"

https://www.lincstothepast.com/NORTH-KYME-PRIMARY-SCHOOL/899245.record?pt=S 

DB 25 January 2020 

North Kyme, School
North Kyme, War Memorial
North Kyme, War Memorial
North Kyme, War Memorial

"Unveiled on 10 October 1920 by local landowner, the 14th Earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham, Guy Montagu George Finch-Hatton and dedicated by the Vicar, Reverend John Milner and the Wesleyan Minister, Reverend W H Wardle"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1455419 

DB 25 January 2020 

North Kyme, War Memorial
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke

St Luke’s is a small brick building of 1877 by the Lincoln architects Drury and Mortimer.

The church consists of nave and chancel, with a buttress at the west end carrying an octagonal bell-cote and spire.

June 2013

North Kyme, St Luke church, Drury & Mortimer
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"The old church of North Kyme was pulled down at the Reformation; the present church of St. Luke, erected in 1877, at a cost of £1,400, is a structure of brick in the Late Gothic style, consisting of chancel, nave, south porch and on open belfry containing one bell:

there are 250 sittings:

divine service is conducted here by the vicar of South Kyme"

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, Drury & Mortimer
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke

"Parish church. 1877, designed by Drury and Mortimer"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1281048 

DB 25 June 2020 

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, Drury & Mortimer
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke

"North Kyme has a church dedicated to Saint Luke, which was built in 1877 of red brick to a design by Drury and Mortimer, and is a Grade II listed building.

It replaced an earlier church which had been pulled down during the Reformation"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Kyme 

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, Drury & Mortimer
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke

"The church of St Luke on Church Lane, North Kyme was built in 1877 by Drury and Mortimer (the old church was pulled down at the Reformation). It is constructed of brick with slate roofs, and has a nave, chancel and wooden bell-turret"

https://www.carrdykegroup.org/churches-northkyme.htm 

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, Drury & Mortimer
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke
North Kyme, St Luke

"Of the six Churches in the Car Dyke group of Parishes St Luke’s is the youngest, consecrated on June 7th 1877"

https://www.carrdykegroup.org/churches-northkyme.htm

DB 25 June 2020

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, Drury & Mortimer
North Kyme, St Luke, Churchyard, Water Standpipe
North Kyme, St Luke, Churchyard, Water Standpipe
North Kyme, St Luke, Churchyard, Water Standpipe

Seems to have been replaced in use by the more modern tap visible in the background.

DB 25 June 2020 

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, water standpipe
North Kyme, St Luke, Porch
North Kyme, St Luke, Porch
North Kyme, St Luke, Porch

"Projecting gabled porch, with pointed archway with double chamfered surround and ashlar impost blocks"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1281048 

DB 25 January 2020 

North Kyme, Saint Luke, church, Drury & Mortimer, porch