Lincoln (inhabited place)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
135 x 85 mm. Postcard of an arch in the castles grounds. Lincoln Cathedral can be seen in the background.
135 x 85 mm. Postcard. General view.
85 x 135 mm. Postcard of the gatehouse.
140 x 85 mm. Showing terraced houses on Steep Hill. Jews House is a twelfth century townhouse. It is flanked by C. Cotham and Pickering ('Deal in Antiques') and Cottam and Son ('Cabinet Makers, French Polishers and Upholsterers').
85 x 130 mm. Postcard of the interior of Lincoln Cathedral.
85 x 135 mm. Postcard of the interior of Lincoln Cathedral.
135 x 85 mm. Postcard of the interior of Lincoln Cathedral.
85 x 140 mm. Postcard of Lincoln Cathedral, rising behind a street.
135 x 85 mm. View looking along a road to an archway. Saracens Head Hotel is on the right. Location not identified, but probably Lincolnshire.
135 x 85 mm. The High Bridge, built over the Witham in Lincoln is one of the few mediaeval bridges in England with houses still upon it. The bridge is of a fine ribbed Norman Arch 22 foot span, dating 1160. The dark vault beneath, formerly named "The Murder Hole" now bears the romantic title of "The Glory Hole."
135 x 85 mm. Postcard. The Newport Arch is one of the surviving remains of Roman urban life.