Lincoln has lost a number of interesting and attractive buildings over the last 50 or 60 years, in this issue we take a look at just four.
Railway promoters first showed an interest in East Lincolnshire in 1844. Several lines were proposed to link London with Leeds and York, all passing through Lincolnshire and some through Lincoln City.
Vic Jay uncovers the fascinating history of his father’s wartime comrades.
Lincolnshire Life looks at buildings that are no longer with us, having been demolished decades ago.
Lincolnshire’s Great Exhibition, held to mark the 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta in 2015, was such a success, and attended by so many, that I was determined that it should not be looked back on as an isolated event.