Final piece of The Mansion House’s transformation

After the transformation of The Mansion House in Upgate, Louth, into a restaurant and lunchtime venue by Andrew Leonard, the final piece of the interior is now in place.

Andrew Leonard with the reproduction of Brown's Panorama at The Mansion House in Upgate, Louth.

The original of Brown’s Panorama, which currently resides at Louth Town Council’s headquarters in Eastgate, has been reproduced with their permission to return to where it started its journey.

In 1847, the Panorama was first shown to the public on the wall where this copy now hangs in place.

Andrew felt it fitting that it could now be viewed again where it was originally hung, as it sits alongside pieces on loan from the museum in the town.

He was also delighted to be able to get it copied and framed locally, in order to “ further support the small businesses that make the town so special”.

Other acquisitions at the Mansion House include the clock from the station master’s office at Louth Railway Station.

The Mansion House restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday lunch, and Saturday evenings. Bookings are advised and can be made by calling 01507 611611.