Thursday, 30 April 2015
Sunday, 26 April 2015
Spilsby, (3 of 5)
Continuing my walk around the market town of Spilsby, in Lincolnshire.
|An old ventilation pipe for the underground drainage system.|
|Traditional filling station also selling newspapers etc.|
|It's nice to see that old fashioned service is still alive and well in Spilsby.|
the sign on the fuel pumps says "attended service only".
(Click on the picture to see it larger)
|This took my eye, see next image.|
|Perhaps coincidental to have a blind shop adjoined to an opticians?|
|The next 3 images are all about Sir John Franklin, born in Spilsby.|
|I rather liked this modern clock.|
Friday, 24 April 2015
Spilsby, (2 of 5)
|Being Sunday the security grill was in place at the window.|
|I think the grill adds to the picture.|
|The New Life Community Church, on the end of what was the old Grammar School.|
Thursday, 23 April 2015
Spilsby, (1 of 5)
The market town of Spilsby is 33 miles to the east of Lincoln.
|Around the central area of the town are quite a few interesting shops.|
|My dog Suzi gave this a very wide berth!|
|This statue commemorates Sir John Franklin who discovered the North West Passage|
and was born in Spilsby.
Wednesday, 22 April 2015
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