House on Queen Street. This house on Queen Street was once home to Sir Isaac Pitman, inventor of the shorthand system named after him.
Railway just North of Dawes Lane, Santon. This is the rail line that carries iron ore from Immingham Terminal to the Corus steelworks.
|Title||Biscathorpe Park. Picture taken from the road running North to Biscathorpe.|
|Photo's author||David Wright User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||14 Jun 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY / KODAK C360 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA|
|Exposure time||1/500 s|
|Focal length||5.6 mm|
Biscathorpe Park. Picture taken from the road running North to Biscathorpe.
Lake near Biscathorpe
Biscathorpe House. Picture shows South front of Biscathorpe House.
Road towards Donington on Bain
Farmland beside Belmont Covert
Cheeky smile A cheeky smile and slightly askance eyes on a label stop on the west door of St.Helen's church, Biscathorpe
St.Helen's interior St.Helen's nave looking east
The former Vicarage at Biscathorpe
Church of St. Helen, Biscathorpe. The church sits between Burgh on Bain and Donington on Bain, just off the High Street. It was consecrated in 1847, rebuilt in 1850 and restored in 1913. The church se…
View across site of medieval village of Biscathorpe Very little to see in terms of the old village. But a nice view across the River Bain towards the church of St Helen
St.Helen's altar & east window A humble altar and crude east window in the chancel of St.Helen's church, Biscathorpe
Biscathorpe A derelict outbuilding near St.Helen's church