Bridge spanning the River Bain at National Grid Reference TF226585.
"The Kirkstead and Little Steeping Railway, locally known as the New Line, was a railway line in England built to shorten the route between Lincoln and Firsby in Lincolnshire, England.
Its purpose was to improve rail access from Midlands and northern population centres to the seaside resorts at Skegness, Sutton-on-Sea and Mablethorpe.
It was built by the Great Northern Railway (GNR), and opened as a double track line in 1913.
It was authorised under a Light Railway Order, which simplified the legal process ...
When the direct line from Lincoln to Boston was closed east of Coningsby Junction in 1960, some Lincoln stopping trains ran to Coningsby to terminate their journeys.
The New Line itself was closed on 5 October 1970"
DB 23 August 2020