The Geology Of Parts Of North Lincolnshire And South Yorkshire

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The Geology Of The South West Part Of Lincolnshire With Parts Of Leicestershire And Nottinghamshire

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The Lincolnshire Wolds

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"The chalk-capped Lincolnshire Wolds contain the highest land between Yorkshire and Kent, affording enormous views to Lincoln Cathedral, to the sea and over the fens. Most of the Wolds was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1973, and this is the first book of its kind to focus on an AONB and its setting as a living and working landscape. It contains a collection of 14 essays and nine vignettes about geology and scenery, landscape history and management, farming, bomber stations, biodiversity, tourism and the Wolds countryside in literature and art. It is illustrated by nearly 100 photographs, paintings, maps and diagrams."--Publisher's description.

The Lincolnshire Wolds In The Nineteenth Century

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History Gazetteer And Directory Of Lincolnshire And The City Diocese Of Lincoln

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The Quarterly Journal Of The Geological Society Of London

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Vols. 1-108 include Proceedings of the society (separately paged, beginning with v. 30)

The Quarterly Journal Of The Geological Society Of London

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Proceedings of the Geological Society of London

Naturalist S World

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The English Cyclopaedia

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The History Of Wisbech And The Fens With Plates

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Walk East Midlands

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The Geology Of The Country Round Stockport Macclesfield Congleton And Leek

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Annual Conference On National Water Supply Sewage And Health 1879

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The English Cyclopedia

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Geography

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The English Cyclopedia

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Report Of The Meeting Of The British Association For The Advancement Of Science

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Report

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Country Life

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Utterby Halt Railway Station

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Utterby Halt was a railway halt on the East Lincolnshire Railway which served the village of Utterby in Lincolnshire between 1905 and 1961. The station, which opened as part of a new motor train service between Grimsby and Louth, is reputed to be haunted by the ghost of a ganger killed on the level crossing in 1953. The line through Utterby remained open for freight until December 1980, but could be reopened by the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway as part of its extension south from Ludborough.