Here we see The Haven, a tidal river in the Port of Boston in Lincolnshire on the east side of England. I have only visited Boston a couple of times, but from what I can see this is probably low tide judging by the height of the water. In the background behind the white building and the bridge we can see the Boston Stump, the large tower of St Botolph’s Church.
This abandoned Everyday Essentials shop was found in the town of Boston, Lincolnshire. The pealing paint of the sign, the empty greeting card stand in the shop window and the dark alley all made this Continue reading “Abandoned Shop Front”
This is the main doorway of St. Botolph’s Church in Boston, Lincolnshire (in England not America). It is famous for its very tall tower, known as the Boston Stump. This church was begun in 1309 and the ornate Continue reading “Door of St Botolph’s Church, Boston”
Stamford is an extraordinary town at the very south eastern point of the county of Lincolnshire. When I first saw the above building it reminded me of something out of an old Indiana Jones film. I wasn’t too far wrong either, because Continue reading “Stamford Public Library, Lincolnshire”
After the bonfire on Saturday night I was keen to get another location photographed in Lincolnshire before travelling back up to Manchester. Located north of Bourne, on the fen edge, Sempringham is a very small hamlet. The Abbey Church of Continue reading “St. Andrew Church, Sempringham, Lincolnshire”