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With the introduction of the railways, Stamford feared losing its coaching industry.
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.
The earliest Public Libraries in Lincoln were Subscription Libraries. These were established in the late 18th and early 19th Centuries.
All Change - A Portrait of Grantham’s Railway Community
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.