Iconic Locations & Landmarks in Lincolnshire

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Woodhenge, Chainsaw Sculpture, Wragby, Lincolnshire

Woodhenge, Chainsaw Sculpture, Wragby

Mick Burns is a artist using bespoke wood and a chainsaw. One of his amazing pieces of works stands within Goltho Woods and has been gifted to the Woodland Trust. The uprights have leaves carved into the inner face. The table and the sighting hands all line up with the central uprights to view...

Barn Hill, Stamford, Lincolnshire

Barn Hill, Stamford

One of Stamford's most attractive and well-preserved streets. This picturesque cobbled stoned street provided key locations for the BBC TV series Middlemarch and the film The Golden Bowl.

Steep Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Steep Hill, Lincoln

As the street name suggests, a steep hill in the heart of Lincoln. Shop lined and very quaint.At the top is the entrance to Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral and at the bottom is "The Strait" where you'll find Cardinal's Hat & Dernstall House. After this it's all about shopping.

The Beehive Sign, Grantham, Lincolnshire

The Beehive Sign, Grantham

The Beehive Inn is one of the oldest pubs in Grantham and since at least 1830 there has been a hive of bees in a lime tree above the pub's sign. Due to its uniqueness, the hive has protected status from the local council.Its also the reason the pub is named "The Beehive".