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About Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire is a County situated in the East of England and is one of breathtaking landscape, pretty towns and villages with cobbled streets and stone built houses. Notable places of interest include The City of Lincoln and its amazing 900 year old Cathedral and Lincoln Castle which dates back to 1068. Other places of interest include The town of Grantham home to Isaac Newton and also the birthplace of Britain's only female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the holiday towns of Skegness and Mablethorpe and the small town of Boston, once a major seaport which boasts many historic buildings such as the Boston Stump, the 272 foot tower of the 14th century St Botolph's church, used as a navigation aid. View the pictures of Lincolnshire..

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St. Oswald's, Blankney, Lincolnshire. The church was largely rebuilt 1820 and again in 1879-80.

Blankney

This is a small well kept "estate" village which was built around the great estate of Blankney Hall, the estates of which have existed since the time of William the Conqueror...

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St Botolph's Church, often known as Boston 'Stump'

Boston

This is the town in which the Pilgrim Fathers were imprisoned in the year 1607 following their first attempt to escape to America and the cells which held them can still be seen in the 15th-century Guildhall...

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Site of the Claythorpe Railway Station, 2003

Claythorpe

The gentle hills of the Wold's beyond a coast inhabited by some of England's finest nature reserves reveal a wealth of preserved buildings dotted amid famously beautiful countryside...

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A picture of Digby

Digby

This is a tranquil village set in a lovely rural location in the vale of the Digby Beck watercourse...

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Epworth Church

Epworth

The birthplace of John Wesley and Charles Wesley, early leaders of the Methodist movement..

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Red bridge from the beckside

Helpringham

Helpringham is a richly rewarding walking area, with walks around old villages and waterside walks giving visitors a lovely glimpse of the regions natural wildlife and variety of scenery...

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Ingoldmells at night

Ingoldmells

Ingoldmells offers an exciting traditional sea-side holiday, it has a good beach which is safe for bathing, and in the hinterland there is a great choice of caravan and camping parks for families...

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A picture of Mareham le Fen

Mareham le Fen

This pleasant Fen village was mentioned in the Doomsday Book, but it's history is known to stretch far beyond 1086...

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Stamford

Stamford

Of the 17 churches, only 6 now remain in Stamford, which is without doubt, one of the finest medieval towns in the British Isles, if not in Europe...

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All Saints Parish Church, Swinderby, Lincs

Swinderby

Swinderby is located in spacious countryside close to where the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire borders meet...

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This picture was taken at Claythorpe Water Mill & Wildfowl Gardens in Lincolnshire

Claythorpe Water Mill & Wildfowl Gardens

The wonderful world that is Claythorpe Water Mill and Gardens is located in lush "wold's" countryside between Claythorpe and Aby,.....

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Entrance to the Cloisters, Crowland Abbey

Crowland Abbey

Crowland Abbey was founded in 716 by King Ethelbald, in memory of St.Guthlac who had built a cell on the Fen island. It has a.....

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A tranquil view over the lake at Elsham Hall Country Park

Elsham Hall Country Park

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Freiston Shore Nature Reserve

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Gainsborough Old Hall, Gainsborough

Gainsborough Old Hall

Gainsborough Old Hall is one of the largest and most outstanding surviving examples of a late medieval house in the country. It.....

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Lincoln Castle

Lincoln Castle

A fine Norman motte-and-bailey castle built in 1068 on the site of a former Roman fortress. It is interesting for its two.....

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A lovely sunny day and a view from Lincoln Castle of the wonderful Cathedral.

Lincoln Cathedral

Looking at the West front of Lincoln's fine Cathedral Church of St.Mary, past the pageant of ancient buildings outside the castle.....

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Tattershall Castle - Winter Dec 2009

Tattershall Castle

Looking at the huge red brick keep perched in its lofty setting the visitor is immediately struck by the strong French influences.....

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Wildlife at Waters Edge Country Park, Barton upon Humber, Lincolnshire

Waters Edge Country Park

Waters´┐Ż Edge Country Park has two sites of special scientific interest and is home to rare birds, plants and animals. There are.....

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