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A lovely sunny day at Lincoln, and the famous view of the wonderful cathedral

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.
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Belton

The popular village of Belton lying north of Grantham is home to magnificent Belton House. It is also a typical "Estate" village which perfectly epitomises all the values of English country life...

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Cleethorpes Pier 2004

Cleethorpes

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A picture of Digby

Digby

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A picture of Frithville

Frithville

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The West Front of the Tower at St Wulfram's Church Grantham

Grantham

This delightful town, set on the River Witham in a spacious agricultural region is noted for many historic factors but more latterly as the birthplace of Britains first woman Primne Minister - Margaret Thatcher was born here in 1925 and she became Prime Minister in 1979...

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A picture of Harmston

Harmston

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Mablethorpe Beach March 2005

Mablethorpe

So settled is this coastal town that it is difficult to imagine that the Middle Ages saw the first parish of Mablethorpe swallowed up by the sea...

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St Lawrence Parish Church

Skellingthorpe

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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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Waddington

Waddington

Waddington is a bustling town, its modern day history forever linked to the R.A.F of which it is justifiably proud. It's annual air show is a major event on the yearly calendar and is attended by people from all over England...

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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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Doddington Hall, Lincolnshire

Doddington Hall

This is a superb, large Elizabethan house with a truly impressive roofline. It was built in around 1600 by Robert Smythson, with.....

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Harrington Hall near Spilsby in Lincolnshire.

Harrington Hall

Built of a soft-pinkish brick, this long beautifully proportioned 17th century house presents a charming picture, the very.....

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An Autumn Day

Hartsholme Country Park

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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 at Lincoln, and another famous view 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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Mablethorpe Animal Gardens, Lincolnshire, 1984

Mablethorpe Animal Gardens

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Tattershall Castle and the old Church in winter

Tattershall Castle

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

Waters Edge Country Park

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