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Search the war memorial and casualty records.
People have harnessed wind power for thousands of years and one of the most effective and visually striking examples of this is provided by windmills.
An introduction - Launched May 2011, this site offers a gateway to cultural collections for everyone, 24/7. What can it do for you?
The conservation of archaeological material is a complex process which demands a high degree of professional judgement of its practitioners. The Museums and Collections Care team and specifically the conservators within that team, has a national reputation for the quality of its work.
Recently conserved, these impressive textile panels were originally hung on the walls of Brandeston Hall, Suffolk and were on display at Gainsborough Old Hall until 2005
Lincolnshire Archives has a designated collection, recognised for its international status. Find out more about these magnificent records.
Joseph Banks is one of Lincolnshire’s most famous sons. Find out more about this world famous botanist and naturalist.
A world class collection held in Lincoln relating to one of the nation’s most famous poets.
This rare garment - recently conserved, now accessible for the first time through the wonders of digitisation.
The Historic Environment Record is a rich resource that allows people to explore Lincolnshire's many sites of significant heritage.
View Lincolnshire related images in our Illustrations Index.
Lincolnshire Archives has been awarded £98,100 by the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project relating to Ruston and Hornsby of Lincoln.
The Grantham Hall Book records the discussions and decisions of the town’s Puritan Corporation during the period when Isaac Newton attended The Grammar School and during the first part of the reign of Charles. Images of each page are accompanied by a transcription undertaken by members of Lincolnshire U3A groups.