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Ship Inn Marske

Ship Inn Marske

A postcard view of The Ship Inn Marske, this popular village amenity is a Grade II listed building and described in the Listed British Buildings as: “A very complete example of an Inter-War, Roadhouse type public house.” The building was dating from 1932, although this was a site on which have stood a succession of similarly named buildings. The mock Tudor timber framing originated from the battleships HMS Collingwood and HMS Southampton; the two battleships being scrapped between 1909 and 1912 by Hughes-Bolckow in the north east of England.

Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.

 

 

 

1 comment to Ship Inn Marske

  • Steve Crook

    Hi,

    Thanks for sharing this picture. I visited the Ship Inn in the early 70’s when it was being run by my great aunt, May Downs (nee. Crook) and her husband William. I’d love to know more about their time at the Ship. I believe their was a cottage associated with it at the time that they retired into.

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