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November 24
First Captain Swing attack in Lincolnshire: a stackyard burnt down in Stickford, 1830
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Grantham to Lincoln by rail
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Population and acreages of Lincolnshire places in the nineteenth century


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November 2020 - Torksey Castle
November 2020 - Torksey Castle
The west front of this ruined Elizabethan mansion not a castle is a fine sight across the Trent. It was built in the 1560s for Sir Robert Jermyn MP, whose principal seat was Rushbrooke Hall in Suffolk.