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Broadgate, Built on Roman Foundations

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Broadgate is one of the main south to north routes through Lincoln and is one of the more recent important roads of Lincoln.  The road is believed to have been built on the Roman east wall and ditch of the lower … Continue reading

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The Italian Stone Man

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This unusual, neglected building stands on Canwick Road. Joseph Fambrini, born in Italy in 1815, was a plaster manufacturer and landlord at the Packet Inn on Waterside North.  He later moved to the Crown & Cushion (now the Pelham Bridge) … Continue reading

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History “… is like a box of chocolates …”

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Yesterday I needed to take photographs of two houses I want to include in a forthcoming blog: one house is on Canwick Road and the other on Monks Road.  My wife kindly dropped me off at the north end of … Continue reading

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