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Bill Holdsworth 2h
1973 ; 460 cid, 4 bbl, 220 hp (SAE Net); Little stylistic change although 4 inches longer. Mark IV came standard with identical equipment to , but also vinyl roof, opera windows, Six-way power Twin Lounge seats, reading lights & Cartier electric clock
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The Lincolnite Nov 30
Silent night in Castle Square . Photo by Howard Eaton
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Toby Stephenson⚡️🖥 Nov 22
If you love - give me a follow, I’m always banging on about how great it is :) 📸 South Common today, by me
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Tim Wilmot Nov 23
of from a workshop I ran last week. Tricky perspective getting the 'uphill' in the distance
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The Lincolnite Nov 30
A magical glow surrounds Our Lady. Photo by
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Dean Wilson Nov 29
Just completed a new oil painting of my hometown, which incidentally Assassins Creed Valhalla visits
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Lindum Group 8h
Fantastic images of our work at Carruthers Court, which is set against the beautiful backdrop of and its
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Martin Smith 11h
This year has been anything but normal -so over the next few weeks we're going to try spread some Christmas cheer by sharing Christmassy photos and highlighting a few fantastic local shops for your Christmas shopping 🙂🎄🎁
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John McCafferty Nov 23
23 Nov 1200: St. Hugh of Carthusian & Bishop of is buried on the north side of (BM)
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ICAEW East Midlands Nov 25
Recently Nottingham, Derby and partnered with in hosting a virtual lecture, where Sir Donald Brydon spoke to 130 students and local practitioners on ‘The Future of the Profession'.
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Sam Targett Nov 28
Yes it's too early....but had to be done! My lovely bauble from my old students has pride of place, will always think of you all when I look at it 😊 What a year to start your Physio careers!! 🤯👏
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Richard Bywater Nov 24
No.447 : Pullman Parlour Brake Car Catania built by Clayton Wagon Co, Lincoln in 1920. A 1944 LNER conversion to Engineers Sleeping Van DE970202. Pic'd Crianlarich Lower 29/8/58 Withdrawn 1969
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Andrew McCaren 📷 Nov 24
No for me today but here’s one from Cathedral earlier this year
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Rachael Hall Nov 24
Right now. What a sunset
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History at BGU Nov 25
opened its doors in Jan 1862 as Lincoln Diocesan Training College for Schoolmistresses (LDTC). In that first year, 20 young girls aged 18-20 arrived ready to begin two years of boarding and training all with the goal of certificated as Schoolmistresses. Abi
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Anne C Atkinson Nov 23
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Hobbycraft Lincoln Nov 24
Inspirational image of the day! Morning everyone! Today we have Gemma, Tabby and Ru for your click and collects. 😀
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Catherine C. Heywood Nov 26
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The Lincolnite Nov 27
The Reds looping over Lincoln Cathedral today, luckily captured by Nick
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Michelle Logan Nov 24
TRAFFIC: Crash on I-20 EB before Stemley Rd in . A lane is blocked, as crews work to clear the scene of this wreck that happened late last night... (5:20am)
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