On This Day ...
June 20
The first bomb of World War II dropped on Lincolnshire, 1940
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Lincolnshire books, plus good quality second-hand books.
Open Monday to Saturday, 10.00am to 4.00pm.

Interested in Lincolnshire's history and heritage? Join SLHA now and share its many benefits

New books, fresh projects? We offer a good way of getting recognition and publicity

Over 4300 photographs - new and old - of buildings and scenes from across the county.

Mining for ironstone in the 19th and 20th centuries in the Lincolnshire Wolds, an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'

Learn about Lincolnshire's rich and varied archaeology, especially in the Roman, Viking and Anglo-Saxon periods.

Find out about the places, people and events in Lincolnshire's colourful past, and how to do research.

Discover the industrial history of Lincolnshire: mills and maltings; drains and docks; farms and factories.

This recently formed group is engaged in recording and understanding Lincolnshire's vernacular buildings

June 2018 - Cleethorpes Pier
June 2018 - Cleethorpes Pier

The pier was constructed by Messrs Head, Wrightson & Co of Stockton on Tees and opened in August 1873. Originally, it was 1200 ft (360m) long, but it was first breached and later truncated in the 1940s.