History & Heritage in Lincolnshire

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Coningsby Railway Bridge, Coningsby, Lincolnshire

Coningsby Railway Bridge, Coningsby

The Kirkstead and Little Steeping Railway, locally known as the New Line, was a railway line linking the East Lincolnshire Railway to the Lincoln to Boston railway through the fens. Open in 1913 by GNR it was built to improve access from Lancashire and Yorkshire industrial centres to the seaside...

Horncastle Bridge, Horncastle, Lincolnshire

Horncastle Bridge, Horncastle

Behind Horncastle's quaint high street is a delightful road bridge that connects the town to a Tesco supermarket. The river is populated with chub and roach and there are always plenty of hungry ducks around. Image by Dave Hitchborne

Hykeham Town Women FC, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Hykeham Town Women FC, Lincoln

Hykeham Town Women FC are an FA Charter Standard Football Club who pride themselves on providing quality, safe and fun football in both training and matches for all their teams. Open to all ages and abilities they are always seeking new players to join from under level through to senior.

Holy Trinity Parish Church, Gedney Hill, Lincolnshire

Holy Trinity Parish Church, Gedney Hill

Gedney Hill is a Grade II listed Anglican parish church dedicated to the Holy Trinity. It dates from the late 14th century and was heavily restored during the 19th century including he rebuilding of its outer walls. The church features perpendicular style tie-beams and stained glass windows. I...

Grimsby Borough Ladies & Girls FC, Grimsby, Lincolnshire

Grimsby Borough Ladies & Girls FC, Grimsby

Grimsby Borough Ladies & Girls FC are an FA Charter Standard Football Club who pride themselves on providing quality, safe and fun football in both training and matches for all their teams. Open to all ages and abilities they are always seeking new players to join from under level through to seni...

Boston United Ladies FC, Boston, Lincolnshire

Boston United Ladies FC, Boston

Boston United Ladies currently compete for honours in the Lincolnshire County Women’s League. The team are always looking for new players.

Sleaford Town Ladies FC, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Sleaford Town Ladies FC, Sleaford

Sleaford Town Ladies FC was formed on 1st August 2007. For two seasons they played in the Lincolnshire Womens County League, winning the title in their second season and with it promotion. Currently, they play in the East Midlands Regional League, Division One North.  

Lincoln Griffins Ladies Football, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Griffins Ladies Football, Lincoln

Originally formed as Nettleham Girls FC in the Summer of 2000 the club was renamed the Lincoln Griffins Girls FC a year later. Welcoming and friendly, they are always looking for new players with teams at junior and senior level.  

HBW Ladies, Washingborough, Lincolnshire

HBW Ladies, Washingborough

HBW ladies is a great team to be a part of - not only for the football side but for the social aspect too. They welcome new players of all abilities to training and are continually looking to make more progress season by season. The club was formed in 2013 by Amy Franklin and they train at Was...

Heckington Railway Station, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Heckington Railway Station, Heckington

Heckington railway station is quite unique in that it also houses a small Heritage Museum. The station was opened by the Boston, Sleaford and Midland Counties Railway during the 19th century. It is now owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains. The station is unstaffed and offe...

Saxilby Railway Station, Saxilby, Lincolnshire

Saxilby Railway Station, Saxilby

The station is 6 miles (10 km) west of Lincoln Central on the Sheffield-Lincoln line and the Doncaster-Lincoln Line. It was built by The Great Northern Railway and opened in 1849. The station consists of two platforms, connected by a ramped footbridge crossing over the line, which was opened in t...

Market Rasen Railway Station, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

Market Rasen Railway Station, Market Rasen

With Grade II listed buildings, Market Rasen station was constructd by Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway in the mid-19th century. It was a substantial structure with an overall roof below which all the usual station facilities could be found including a bookstall. Today, it is manag...

Swinderby Railway Station, Swinderby, Lincolnshire

Swinderby Railway Station, Swinderby

Swinderby railway station serves the villages of Swinderby, North Scarle, Eagle and Morton Hall. It is 8.75 miles (14 km) south west of Lincoln Central on the Nottingham to Lincoln Central Line, owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains. The station, adjacent to the level cross...

The Methodist Church, Grimsby, Lincolnshire

The Methodist Church, Grimsby

The Methodist Church can be found on Wellington Street. There is a regular Sunday morning service and, on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except July and August) there is a midweek, afternoon service.

East Bank Lighthouse, Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire

East Bank Lighthouse, Sutton Bridge

The East and the West Bank Lighthouses in Sutton Bridge are both Grade II listed buildings. Both are described as early 19th century structures with 20th century alterations. Both are brick built, and have been rendered and colour washed. They each consist of a single central red brick stack o...