On This Day ...
March 19
John Clarke, hung at Lincoln Castle for sheep stealing, 1830
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PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MONTH
March 2019 - Cowbridge, Boston
March 2019 - Cowbridge, Boston
Butterley of Derby built three matching cast-iron footbridges over the Maud Foster Drain on the northern edge of Boston in 1811. The bridge at Cowbridge (in Fishtoft parish) is one of the two which survive.