Wednesday 17 August 2016

Tealby village in Lincolnshire. (3 of 4)

A walk around the village.
A view looking along the main street, the small single storey building was for many years
the village butchers shop but is now a Bridal Gown and Wedding shop.

The name of this side street has been a source of fun in our family for years.

This house always has the most beautiful gardens and floral displays.

The River Rase runs through Tealby on it's way to Tealby Thorpe, a mile or two away and
continues to Market Rasen.

The footbridge crossing the river is on the long distance footpath called "The Viking Way".

The Kings Head, one of two public houses in the village, is one of the oldest in the country and retains a thatched roof.

The water wheel is on the side of "Watermill House", a well known and photographed house.

Tealby is right in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds and sits on "The VikingWay".
This sign points the way to many popular towns and villages within the area.

Some Gothically inspired architecture.

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