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Wikipedia EntriesLeigh-Pemberton House - Castle Hill, Lincoln, UK

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Leigh-Pemberton House occupies a prime position in Castle Hill, Lincoln midway between the cathedral and castle. It currently houses the Lincoln Tourist Information Centre.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 11/10/2019

last visited: 12/28/2019

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The church of St Mary Magdalene, located in the Bailgate in Lincoln, opened in 1317 and was rebuilt in 1695. It is located close to the west of Lincoln cathedral.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 11/10/2019

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Steep Hill is a road in Lincoln that is aptly named! It has a gradient of 1 in 7 and leads down from the cathedral to the town centre. The hill is lined with shops and many interesting buildings.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 11/10/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesLincoln Cathedral

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Lincoln Cathedral UK

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location: United Kingdom

date approved: 4/16/2007

last visited: 12/28/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesLincoln Castle - Castle Hill, Lincoln, UK

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Lincoln Castle was built in 1068 for William I. It occupies a dominant location overlooking Lincoln. The castle is a listed building and a scheduled monument.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 11/10/2019

last visited: 12/28/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesNorman House - Steep Hill - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK

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A late 12th-century dressed stone and brick house situated on the east side of Steep Hill. It originally had shops on the ground floor and domestic rooms above.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/16/2020

last visited: 10/3/2018

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Wikipedia EntriesMedieval Bishop's Palace - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK

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Standing almost in the shadow of Lincoln cathedral, with sweeping views over the ancient city and the countryside beyond, the medieval bishops’ palace was once among the most important buildings in the country.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/14/2020

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Wikipedia EntriesJew's Court - Steep Hill, Lincoln, UK

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Jew's Court is a building located in Lincoln. Jew's Court is a Grade I listed building and was built c1170.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 11/2/2019

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The Jew's House, at the foot of Steep Hill, was built c1170. The building is constructed from local limestone.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 11/1/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesNewport Arch - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK

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One of the surviving jewels of Roman Britain, Newport Arch is the oldest arch in the UK still actively used by traffic.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/16/2020

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Wikipedia EntriesBBC Radio Lincolnshire - Newport - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK

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BBC Radio Lincolnshire is the BBC Local Radio service for the major part of the English county of Lincolnshire.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/16/2020

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Wikipedia EntriesSt Swithin's Church - St Swithin's Square, Lincoln, UK

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The church of St Swithin's, in Lincoln, is a Grade II* listed building. The church was built in stages between 1869 and 1887 to the designs of architect James Fowler. Currently (2019) the church is closed for worship.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/26/2019

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Wikipedia Entries"Empowerment" Lincoln

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A Statue in Lincoln UK

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location: United Kingdom

date approved: 4/18/2007

last visited: 8/1/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesHigh Bridge - High Street, Lincoln, UK

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High Bridge carries Lincoln High Street across the River Whitham. The Grade I listed bridge was built c1160 and is the oldest bridge in the United Kingdom still to have buildings on it.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/21/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesSt Benedict's Church - St Benedict's Square, Lincoln, UK

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St Benedict's Church dates from the 12th century and was in use until 1931. It is now used by as the headquarters of the Diocese of Lincoln Mother’s Union.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/21/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesBrayford Pool - Brayford North Wharf, Lincoln, UK

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Brayford Pool is a natural lake formed by the widening of the River Whitham close to the centre of Lincoln. It was, at one time, used by the Romans as a port.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/22/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesSt Mary le Wigford - St Mary's Street, Lincoln, UK

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The Anglican church of St Mary le Wigford stands at the junction of St Mary's Street and High Street in Lincoln close to the railway station. The church dates from the 11th century with additions over the years giving the building that is seen today.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/14/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesLincoln Railway Station

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Lincoln Station

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location: United Kingdom

date approved: 5/3/2007

last visited: 8/1/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesLincoln St Marks Railway Station - Station Street, Lincoln, UK

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St Marks railway station, initially known as Lincoln, opened in 1846 with its name changing to St Marks in 1950 and finally closing in 1985. When in use, it handled services operated by Midland Railway & Great Central Railway. It is Grade II listed.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/14/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesSt Peter-at-Gowts Church - High Street, Lincoln, UK

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The Anglican church of St Peter-at-Gowts dates from the 11th century and is a Grade I listed building. The unusual name comes from the Great Gowt, a drainage ditch to the south of the Church.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 10/17/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesInternational Bomber Command Centre - Canwick - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK

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The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) is an interpretation centre and memorial relating the historical impact of and on Bomber Command during the Second World War. Located on Canwick Hill, overlooking the city of Lincoln.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/31/2020

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Wikipedia EntriesAvro Vulcan 607

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An Avro Vulcan. This one is 697 that bombed the Falklands

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location: United Kingdom

date approved: 4/28/2007

last visited: 10/28/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesDunston Pillar - Dunston, Lincolnshire, England

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Dunston Pillar is a grade II listed stone tower in Lincolnshire, England and a former 'land lighthouse'. It stands beside the A15 road approximately 6 miles (10 km) south of Lincoln near the junction of the B1178 (also known as Tower Lane), in the village of Dunston.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member SMacB

location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 3/23/2014

last visited: 10/29/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesSt Giles' church - Cromwell, Nottinghamshire, UK

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Medieval church of St Giles, Cromwell.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/12/2020

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Wikipedia EntriesSt Wilfrid's Church - North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, UK

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St. Wilfrid's Church, North Muskham, part of a joint parish which includes the churches of Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Averham, St. Wilfrid's Church, Kelham and St. Wilfrid's Church, South Muskham.

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location: East Midlands, United Kingdom

date approved: 1/11/2020

last visited: never

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