The 3rd & final part of my walk around Louth at Xmas.
|The walk continues into Schoolhouse Lane.|
|As can be seen here, the Louth Grammar School had a well known pupil. This plaque|
is on the wall opposite to the school now called King Edward VI Grammar school.
|This is the original school building but is not fully used these days. A figure can|
be seen in the gable end niche.
|I enquired at the school who this was but they|
weren't sure but I have since been assured
it is in fact a statue of King Edward VI.
|The name "Packhorse" leads me to believe it was once a coaching inn but I'm not quite convinced|
when I look at the size & height of this passageway.
|A nice view through to the courtyard beyond.|
|No photographer worth his salt could|
refuse to take a picture of this Victorian
|Very warm & inviting.|
|A wonderful Xmas display.|
|Seen in a window of "The Old Bakehouse", |
now a private residence.
Best wishes to you all for Christmas.
All pictures taken with my Panasonic FZ150 camera.