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Twenty has been the topic of a once famous railway riddle: How many stations are there between Bourne and Spalding? Twenty is a small village on Bourne Fen, which is 3 miles to the east of Bourne, ...
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Six shots taken Sunday 5-June-88 at Spalding prior to the redevelopment. ©D.Stones. ...
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This photo shows one of the dredgers employed in improving the navigability of the River Welland between Spalding and the Wash. Dated around 1930ish. Thanks David Gray
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The Pedestrian Railway Bridge that was once across Hawthorn Bank.
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Jane Cooper memory - Spalding Eight Gates with the original Hardy and Cliftons cake shop, old lorries and lots of cyclists and old cars, waiting for a Steam Train no doubt.
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Photo of a Geest employees outing, taken in the Spalding Market Place. I can find my mother in the picture but cannot recognise anyone else. I don’t know for certain but I think the photo was taken ...
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Geest outings, one has the names of the twelve in the photograph noted on the back. From left to right as you look at the photograph. R Rowell, A Busley, Mr Bristow, Mr Lowis, V Green, B Fairbanks, Le ...
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This 1914 photo shows five delivery men and the Garret steam engine used by Soames & Co. Brewery for deliveries! ...
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A lovely vintage view along the High Street, Holbeach. The Chequers Hotel is on the right, and a sign for Curtis tea mart is in the distance. David Gray ...
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First lorry in Holbeach Hurn ...
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Railways and Surfleet. Early press release         SURFLEET RAILWAY STATION In South Holland there were 123 miles of railway serving an area of 519 sq ...
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Sue Gray Rhodes Found these photos whilst I had time on my hands last week.  The one of Grays shop must have been ju ...
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