A late 1800s image showing Glinton Church, captured by William Ball of Broad Bridge Street.
Two images showing the Six Bells in Glinton, several decades apart – dates unknown.
Another site decimated by the heavy rains of late August 1912 that caused havoc around the area. The road in the background is the A15 between Glinton and Northborough and the exact location is almost certainly Nine Bridges.
Captured from Helpston Road, this image looks along High Street with Lincoln Road crossing left to right in the middle of the picture.
The old Six Bells Inn sits centre-stage at the crossroads while the long departed Congregational Church dominates the right of the image.
Also long departed are the buildings far left which housed the Post Office and general store.
Looking along High Street from the junction with Lincoln Road, the old Six Bells Inn is on the immediate right (behind the horse and cart).
The old general store and post office on the immediate left is sadly no more.
The church of St Benedicts continues to dominate the background with its impressive needle spire, considered by many to be the best of its kind in the country.
Looking along Helpston Road, from near the school, towards Glinton.
Two locals cycling towards Glinton Church …… date unknown !
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