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Floral Spitfire

Published over 1 year ago by Mark Schuster

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Floral display at the Spalding Flower Festival at Spalding in Lincolnshire during spring 2011. A tribute to the Spitfire in full camouflage ma<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/floral-spitfire-england">...(more)</a>

Field Tracks

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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Panorama of tracks through the fields inbetween Alkborough and West Halton. These fields which have just been cut were growing El<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/field-tracks-alkborough-lincolnshire">...(more)</a>

River Ancholme

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A panoroamic view of the Ancholme Navigation near South Ferriby, which runs from Ferriby Sluice in the north where it joins <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/river-ancholme-south-ferriby-lincolnshire">...(more)</a>

Field in Alkborough

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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View of a grass field in the village of Alkborough in North Lincolnshire. It shows part of the footpath that leads from West Halton Lane to Hutesons Lane.

Trent Pylons

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A view of the River Trent from the hill top footpath that runs between Alkborough and Burton upon Stather. It shows the high pylons that cross the river to the South. To the North is Trent Falls.

Snow on the Hillside

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A cylindrical panorama of Alkborough Flats and Trent Falls from the hillside directly below Julian's Bower, under a blanket of snow. Taken in Febuary 2012.

River Trent

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A view over the River Trent, onto the Isle of Axholme, from the hilltop footpath between Burton upon Stather and Alkborough near to Walcot.

River Trent

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A view over the River Trent from the hilltop footpath near Walcot. Island Farm is visible directly across the river. Drax and Egborough power stations are further behind.

Trent Falls and Alkborough Flats

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A view of Alkborough Flats and Trent Falls from Julian's Bower in Alkborough. Trent Falls is the confluence of the rivers Trent and Ouse into the Humber.

Julian's Bower

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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Julian's Bower is a unicursal turf maze in the village of Alkborough on the hill top overlooking Trent Falls. It is thought to have been cut by monks in the 12th century.

Behind The Tank Ramp

Published over 2 years ago by Sam Ablott

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A view from behind the WWII tank slipway on The Trent near Burton upon Stather. Recently uncovered by Burton Stather Heritage Group.

Veteran Bicyclists

Published over 3 years ago by Mark Schuster

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The Long Sutton and District Veteran Cycle Club out in force in Lincolnshire for the Spalding Spring Flower Festival. Here they are awaiting<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/veteran-bicylists-england">...(more)</a>

Pipe Organ

Published over 3 years ago by Mark Schuster

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At the Spalding Flower Festival in Lincolnshire Alan Pell demonstrates a couple of his pipe organs while Mrs. Pell, the organ grinder, churns out a rousing<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pipe-organ">...(more)</a>

Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight Hangar

Published over 4 years ago by Billy Hepburn

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The Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight is a unique living tribute to all those airmen who s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/elevation360-raf-coningsby-avro-lancaster-battle-of-britain-lincolnshire-uk">...(more)</a>

Hoyle's Five-Sailed Windmill

Published over 4 years ago by Billy Hepburn

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This five sailed mill, built in 1837 by the millwright, John Oxley, is one of the finest tower mills in Engla<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/elevation360-alford-hoyle-oxley-windmill-lincolnshire-uk">...(more)</a>