Lincoln, UK

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 Lived here for 2 years. One of my favourite cities in the UK, the old town area with the cathedral and the castle is simply gorgeous. Castle old town Lincoln. Lincoln Castle, Places To Travel, Places To Go, Lincoln Uk, Lincolnshire England, Welsh Castles, Beautiful Ruins, Beautiful Images, Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace

Standing almost in the shadow of Lincoln cathedral, with sweeping views over the ancient city and the countryside beyond.

Take a trip into the past along Lincoln High Street . Lincoln Cathedral, Medieval, The Past, England, Journey, History, Street, City, Painting

A High Street Journey

Take a trip into the past along Lincoln High Street ...

Early postcard showing Lincoln High Street with St Peter at Arches and the Butter Market on the right. Lincoln England, Lincoln Uk, Lincoln Cathedral, Portland Stone, City Library, On The High Street, British Library, Facade, Past

Lincoln’s History: The Butter Market and City Assembly Rooms

In the early eighteenth-century, the women who sold butter, milk, poultry and eggs on Fridays at the Butter Market in Lincoln had to do so with no shelter from the elements. Until 1572 their forebe…

Old maps showing the development of Lincoln over several centuries Lincoln England, Old Maps, Diagram, Roads, Salt, Google Search, Spring, Antique Maps, Salts

Maps of Lincoln

Old maps showing the development of Lincoln over several centuries

Stukeley's Map of Lincolnoriginally from Itinerarium Curiosum , as reproduced in Kendrick's Lincoln Cathedral, with Kendrick's annotations. Lincoln England, Lincoln Castle, Lincoln Cathedral, Local History, Great Britain, New York City, Maps, New York, Blue Prints

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The Second Battle of Lincoln otherwise known as The Battle of Lincoln Fair, occurred at Lincoln Castle on 20 May 1217, during the First Barons' War. The opponents were the forces of the future Louis VIII of France and those of King Henry III of England.

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Broadgate, Built on Roman Foundations

Broadgate is one of the main south to north routes through Lincoln and is one of the more recent important roads of Lincoln. The road is believed to have been built on the Roman east wall and ditc…

These quirky steps and cubby hole are on Steep Hill, Lincoln, England. More photos like this Thompson Creativity. Lincoln England, Lincoln Uk, Lincoln Cathedral, Cathedral City, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Landscapes, Steep Gardens, Cubby Hole, England Ireland

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These quirky steps and cubby hole are on Steep Hill, Lincoln, England. More photos like this @Cynthia Thompson Creativity.

How steep is Steep Hill in Lincoln? This steep! Recently named named Britain's Best Place by the Academy of Urbanism, it's a great place for indie shops like this vintage clothes store and bags of English history. Lincoln England, Lincoln Uk, Building Photography, Hdr Photography, Stunning Photography, Great Places, Places To See, Beautiful Places, Lincolnshire England

Lincoln Cathedral Quarter - Bailgate, Steep Hill, and Uphill Lincoln| Visit Lincoln

One of the many boutique vintage shops that you can enjoy up Steep Hill (Lincoln) and into the Cathedral Quarter.

Leigh-Pemberton House, Lincoln Met here for first date with future husband! 24 years ago but the place hasn't changed a bit. Lincoln England, Lincoln Uk, Lincoln Cathedral, Cathedral City, Bank Of England, England Uk, Travel England, Tudor House, Historic Homes

Leigh-Pemberton House, Castle Square, Lincoln

Now the Tourist Information Office this large timber framed merchant's house situated in Castle Square, Lincoln, dates from around 1543. It is thought to have been a pub, possibly the Ironmongers Arms in 1666. From 1899-1979 it was a bank branch and it was the National Provincial Bank who extensively restored the building in 1929, later the it became the National Westminster Bank following National Provincial’s merger with the Westminster bank in 1968. Sir Robert Leigh-Pemberton was chairman…

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The Church that Moved – or did it?

The church that stood on the corner of High Street and Silver Street was known as St Peter at Arches, the “Arches” came from its position close to The Stonebow. There is evidence that by the 11th C…

The Butter Market with the City Assembly Rooms above (the red brick building on the right, prior to being pulled down in the as glimpsed through the Stonebow on Lincoln High Street. Lincoln England, Lincoln Cathedral, Portland Stone, City Library, Central Market, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Republic Of Ireland, Brick Building, On The High Street

Lincoln’s History: The Butter Market and City Assembly Rooms

In the early eighteenth-century, the women who sold butter, milk, poultry and eggs on Fridays at the Butter Market in Lincoln had to do so with no shelter from the elements. Until 1572 their forebe…

The Jews House, or The Norman House, was built in the Mid Century and formaly known as Arron the Jews House. It is one of the earliest intact town houses in England. It is situated on Steep Hill below Jews Court in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK. Lincoln England, Lincolnshire England, Castles In Ireland, Jewish History, 12th Century, England Uk, Top Of The World, British Isles, Historic Homes

The Jews House, or The Norman House, was built in the Mid 12th...

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Lincoln Cathedral: Georgian renovations

There are many reasons to visit Lincoln and when you do, the one place you can’t avoid is the magnificent cathedral that dominates the Lincoln skyline. As we both live in the county we though…