Market Place, South Cave 1900 (archive ref PO-1-127-15)

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Looking uphill in Market Place, South Cave in 1900. The Three Tuns Inn is no more, in its place now is a furniture store, and the Jubilee clock tower can be seen on the right.
The Bear is the only surviving pub on Market Place today, the sign for which can just about be seen on the left-hand side of the street.

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