Lincoln, Broadgate c.1950

Lincoln, Broadgate c.1950

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Memories of Lincoln

Green Dragon Pub Lincoln

I worked on the Green Dragon pub as an apprentice electrician when it was refurbished by Lucas and sons in the late 60's early 70's .I also remember the copper bar and all the workmens names are written on an oak beam as you enter the pub. Happy days!!!

A memory of Lincoln by Rodger Frith

Doris And Raymond Lee

Hi does anyone know the where abouts of Doris Lee nee Mather use to live in remuir street and tooting before moving to Lincoln . I moved up to Huntington . I am trying to locate Doris, I am Beryl Clark. Nee Jamieson Doris,s ...Read full memory

A memory of Lincoln by Beryl Clark

Wesleyan Church 1915

My mother Rose Blanshard was born in Low Apley 04/02/1915. Please does anyone have information about Jas W Lord who baptized her. He was a Wesleyan Minister. I think the house where she was born has now been demolished.

A memory of Lincoln by Shirley Bee

The Court School Of Dancing

I remember going to the court school of dancing in Park Street on a Saturday night and it was there that I met my husband, Roger. It was a great place to meet and have fun in the 60's - does anyone else remember it ?

A memory of Lincoln by Sandrea Brown

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History

Here Broadgate starts to climb out of the valley. Whites Mineral Waters was rebuilt in 1994 as a county library, but the battlemented and towered former Drill Hall of 1890 survives. Beyond, at the corner of Silver Street, is the old Constitutional Club of 1895, lots of blood red terra cotta, with the Usher Gallery beyond.