Title: Bourne Railway Station (Red Hall)
Author: Herbert Felton
Date: c1930s

Originally built as a house in early C17, Red Hall served as a railway booking office in the town of Bourne from 1860 until 1959. The redundant building was, by then, in a poor state of repair. From 1962, fortunately, Red Hall was comprehensively restored by Bourne United Charities where their offices are still today. This Grade II* Listed Building is available for weddings and other events.

Herbert Felton was an oustanding architectural photographer of the period. It's good to know he didn't neglect to visit Lincolnshire!

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