Pictures from the eastern county of Lincolnshire.

Hanger used for storage at Batemans Brewery
A old aircraft hangar is in use at Batemans Brewery in the village of Wainfleece All Saints in Lincolnshire for storing of kegs and other brewing equipment. Batemans are celebrating 150 years of brewing in 2024. Image Cw 8607 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
Crossing keeper opening gates at Hubberts Bridge 5.2.2024
The signal man and level crossing keeper at Hubberts Bridge reopens the level crossing gates to road traffic. This was following the passage of DB Cargo diesel locomotive no 66001 with a train of steel wagons going to Boston docks on the railway line from Sleaford to Boston in Lincolnshire. The date is 5.2.2024
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EMR 170530 passes former Firsby East junction 2030 7.2.2024.
East Midlands Railways diesel train no 170530 is rounding the curve at the site of Firsby East Junction on its journey from Skegness to Nottingham. The service it is providing is the 15.12 train from Skegness to Nottingham train. The train had left Skegness, travelled through Wainfleet and is passing the site of Firsby East Junction where a branch used to run off to the left to form a branch line up to Louth and Grimsby. This branch closed in 1970. It’s hard to imagine another railway running away through the fields now. The train is running under the head code of 2030.
The date is 7.2.2024
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Roger Warnes lorries for sugar beet at Firsby 7.2.2024.
On Wainfleet Road in the village of Firsby in Lincolnshire lorries are waiting to be loaded with sugar beet. The front lorry is from the Roger Warnes fleet based in Kings Lynn. They are waiting to turn into Eastfield Road when called forwards to the loading point for locally grown sugar beet. The sugar beet will be taken to one of the four British sugar factories in the east of the country fpr processing into sugar in the forms that can be used for cooking etc. The date is 7.2.2024 Image
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Wainfleece cottage wool shop.
The Wainfleece cottage wool shop in Wainfleet all Saints in Lincolnshire. This little shop, in a former quaker cottage built in 1774 which the brown plague above the shop door records. It is on the High Street in the village of Wainfleet All Saints which is between Skegness and Boston. The shop is run by Rachel, opening in the summer of 2023. Rachel offers a good range of yarns, pattens and needles, well worth a visit as is the whole of the village with a couple of good pubs and Batemans brewery to quench your thrust. Image Cw 8594 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
Thatched cottage at Wainfleet.
Alongside the river Steeping in Wainfleece All Saints in Lincolnshire stands this lovely thatched cottage. Image Cw 8597 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
Riverside cottage and flood defences Wainfleet.
Alongside the river Steeping in Wainfleece All Saints in Lincolnshire stands this cottage which is protected by flood defences that shore up the river banks.
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Garage at the end of the alley Wainfleet
In the village of Wainfleece All Saints in Lincolnshire stands a old garage at the bottom of a alley between two houses. Wonder which came first, the houses or the garage.
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Filling up at Storr’s in Wainfleet.
The Wainfleece petrol and hardware shop in Wainfleet all Saints in Lincolnshire. A motorist has his car filled up by the over the pavement petrol pipe at Storr’s shop in Wainfleet. The shop is on the High Street and the edge of the market square in the village of Wainfleet All Saints which is between Skegness and Boston. Image made 5.2.2024
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Doors and alley Wainfleet
In the village of Wainfleece All Saints in Lincolnshire are a couple of old cottages with a alley between them. The paint on front doors of the cottages looks a bit weather worn Image Cw 8601 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
66100 passing Scunthorpe 4R49 21.11.2023
On a dull winter’s morning D B Cargo’s diesel locomotive, no 66100, passes through Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire. The train it is hauling is the 08.15 departure from the power station at Drax to the docks at the port of Immingham. The train is empty bio mass wagons on the way back to port for refilling running under head code 4R49. The picture was taken from the Rowland Road footbridge which is also known as the Frodingham footbridge. The locomotive carries the name “Armistice 100 1918-2018” The date is 21.11.2023 Image Cw 8506 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
William Street New Frodingham village Scunthorpe.
William Street is part of the New Frodingham village in Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire. These houses and nearby streets were built as workers houses for the Frodingham steel works. They were built by the Winn family in the 1860’s and eventually passed into the ownership of Brtish steel before being transferred into the local council’s ownership in the 1970’s when they where in poor condition. Consideration was given to demolishing the homes but in 1986 the core area of New Frodingham they were recognised as being of importance in the industrial heritage of the area and designated a conversation area. The date is 21.11.2023 This information was based on a document available on the internet “NEW FRODINGHAM CONSSERVATION AREA APPRAISL: ADOPTED FOR PLANNING PURPOSES AS SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING GUIDANCE BY NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL 11TH NOVEMBER 2005”
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Lindsay Street Frodingham village Scunthorpe
The low autumn sun highlights the windows of the terrace houses of Lindsay Street which is part of the New Frodingham village in Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire. These houses and nearby streets were built as workers houses for the Frodingham steel works. They were built by the Winn family in the 1860’s and eventually passed into the ownership of Brtish steel before being transferred into the local council’s ownership in the 1970’s when they where in poor condition. Consideration was given to demolishing the homes but in 1986 the core area of New Frodingham they were recognised as being of importance in the industrial heritage of the area and designated a conversation area. The date is 21.11.2023 This information was based on a document available on the internet “NEW FRODINGHAM CONSSERVATION AREA APPRAISL: ADOPTED FOR PLANNING PURPOSES AS SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING GUIDANCE BY NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL 11TH NOVEMBER 2005”
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Scunthorpe steel works 21.11.2023.
On a dull winter’s morning the sun catches the steam from the steel works at Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire. The picture was taken from the Rowland Road footbridge which is also known as the Frodingham footbridge, which crosses the railway just to the east of Scunthorpe station. The date is 21.11.2023 Image Cw 8509 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
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