Lincolnshire

Lincoln Cathedral, one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK viewed from Lincoln Castle
Part of 'The Bailgate', the centre of the uphill area of Lincoln
County and County Borough areas pre 1965
Lincolnshire farmland near Burton Coggles
The Humber Bridge connecting North Lincolnshire to the East Riding of Yorkshire
A rural road in Lincolnshire
The rural B1397 in Gosberton Fen heading out towards the Bourne area
Map of civil parishes within Lincolnshire
The centre of Skegness, showing the clock tower and the "Jolly Fisherman" sculpture/fountain
Seafront and beach at Cleethorpes
Skegness seafront and Pier
Ingoldmells beach
Beach Huts and Paddling Pool at Sutton-on-Sea
Chapel St Leonards
A view up 'Steep Hill' towards the historic quarter of Bailgate in Lincoln
Lincolnshire mobile library at Pode Hole. Lincolnshire County Council operate five routes, covering small villages in this large, sparse, county. Each location is visited once a month.
William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley
Captain John Smith
Sir Isaac Newton
Margaret Thatcher
John Wesley
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Michael Foale
Lincolnshire sausages
The Red Arrows, based at RAF Scampton near Lincoln are a popular attraction at the Waddington Air Show
The Gold Victorian-style Penfold post box in Lincoln painted in recognition of Paralympian Sophie Wells who won the gold medal in the team Equestrian event at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. It is the only post box painted gold in the county
Flag of Lincolnshire
The Lincoln Imp high above the choir on the southern side of Lincoln Cathedral
Typhoon FGR4 aircraft, based at RAF Coningsby
Belton House
Boston Stump
Gainsborough Old Hall
Harlaxton Manor
Normanby Hall
Tattershall Castle
Thornton Abbey
St James' Church, Louth

County in the East Midlands of England, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the east.

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Lincoln Cathedral, one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK viewed from Lincoln Castle

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North East Lincolnshire

The National Fishing Heritage Centre
The A180 near Immingham, an important road for the authority
Immingham docks

North East Lincolnshire is a unitary authority area in the ceremonial county of Lincolnshire in England.

The historic boundaries of the county shown in John Speed's map of the county in his Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, c. undefined 1611. A depiction of the town of Northampton is inset in the top left, and the city of Peterborough in the bottom right.

Northamptonshire

Ceremonial county in the East Midlands of England.

Ceremonial county in the East Midlands of England.

The historic boundaries of the county shown in John Speed's map of the county in his Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, c. undefined 1611. A depiction of the town of Northampton is inset in the top left, and the city of Peterborough in the bottom right.
Kilworth Wharf on the Grand Union Canal
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Silverstone adds millions every year to the local economy - Kimi Räikkönen testing for McLaren at Silverstone in April 2006
Brackley bypass on the A43
The Grand Union Canal at Braunston
An East Midlands Trains service approaching Wellingborough on the Midland Main Line
Sywell Aerodrome
BBC Radio Northampton's Broadcasting House
Statue inscribed ‘They tackled the job’ outside Franklin's Gardens

Covering an area of 2,364 square kilometres (913 sq mi), Northamptonshire is landlocked between eight other counties: Warwickshire to the west, Leicestershire and Rutland to the north, Cambridgeshire to the east, Bedfordshire to the south-east, Buckinghamshire to the south, Oxfordshire to the south-west and Lincolnshire to the north-east – England's shortest administrative county boundary at 20 yards (19 metres).

Population density map

South Yorkshire

Ceremonial and metropolitan county governed as a combined authority in north-central England.

Ceremonial and metropolitan county governed as a combined authority in north-central England.

Population density map
The coat of arms of the former South Yorkshire County Council.

Lying on the east side of the Pennines, South Yorkshire is landlocked, and borders Derbyshire to the west and south-west, West Yorkshire to the north-west, North Yorkshire to the north, the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north-east, Lincolnshire to the east and Nottinghamshire to the south-east.

South Kesteven

Ermine Street at Byard's Leap
The 30 wards on the district council
Welland bridge in Stamford
River Glen at Thurlby
Parish church of West Deeping
Oil seed rape and Claypole church
Witham on the Hill
Grimsthorpe Castle - designed by John Vanbrugh, who also designed Blenheim Palace
Cringle Road in Stoke Rochford
East Coast Main Line near Uffington
Bourne Abbey in Bourne
A1 at Barrowby
Pilot training at the Joint Elementary Flying Training School at RAF Barkston Heath

South Kesteven is a local government district in Lincolnshire, England, forming part of the traditional Kesteven division of the county.

Former parish church, now an arts centre.

Scunthorpe

Former parish church, now an arts centre.
Church of St. Lawrence
The skyline of Scunthorpe, August 2016
Scunthorpe within Humberside (1974–1996)
Arms of former municipal borough of Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe Central Park fountain
Central Park
Scunthorpe steelworks (2006)
Crosby Highrise Flats
High Street
Scunthorpe Railway station
Jamia Mosque on West Street
Guru Nanak Sikh Temple on Normanby road
The North Lincolnshire Museum
The Cole Street Club
The Pods
North Lincolnshire Central Library
Glanford Park

Scunthorpe is an industrial town in the unitary authority of North Lincolnshire in Lincolnshire, England of which it is the main administrative centre.

The Fens

Naturally marshy region supporting a rich ecology and numerous species.

Naturally marshy region supporting a rich ecology and numerous species.

England population density and low elevation coastal zones. The Fens are particularly vulnerable to sea level rise.
A windpump at Wicken Fen
The Kingdom of East Anglia during the early Anglo-Saxon period, showing the approximate coastline and the Fens at the time
Southern Lincolnshire from a mid-17th-century atlas by Jan Janssonius, showing unsettled areas within undrained fens
Stretham Old Engine,
alongside the River Great Ouse
Prickwillow Museum shows the changing face of the Fens and the story of their drainage. It is housed in an old pumping station.
The former by-laws of Deeping Fen at Pode Hole near Spalding

The Fens lie inland of the Wash, and are an area of nearly 1500 sqmi in Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, and Norfolk.

High Street, St Martin's

Stamford, Lincolnshire

High Street, St Martin's
A fragment of Stamford Castle
Map by John Speed, 1611-12
A jug commemorates Ann Blades – a Stamford bull runner in 1792
Stamford Town Hall
Stamford Town Council's arms: Per pale dexter side Gules three Lions passant guardant in pale Or and the sinister side chequy Or and Azure
RAF Wittering is nearby to the south
Burghley House
Stamford railway station before being extensively refurbished by Network Rail and Central Trains; Robert Humm's bookshop has now moved into the town
All Saints' Street
River Welland
All Saints' Church, Stamford with the wooden war memorial, and Red Lion Square to the right
Filming Pride and Prejudice in September 2004
Broad Street looking east
Tolethorpe Hall in nearby Little Casterton
November Sheep Fair, Stamford,<BR>c. 1905
George Hotel, Stamford

Stamford is a town and civil parish in the South Kesteven District of Lincolnshire, England.

View from Red Hill in August

Lincolnshire Wolds

View from Red Hill in August

The Lincolnshire Wolds are a range of low hills in the county of Lincolnshire, England which run roughly parallel with the North Sea coast, from the Humber Estuary in the north-west to the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens in the south-east.

Former Ridings of Lindsey in Lincolnshire

Parts of Lindsey

Former Ridings of Lindsey in Lincolnshire
Roadsigns showing Humberside and Lindsey

The Parts of Lindsey are a traditional division of Lincolnshire, England, covering the northern part of the county.

English historic counties

Counties of England

The counties of England are areas used for different purposes, which include administrative, geographical, cultural and political demarcation.

The counties of England are areas used for different purposes, which include administrative, geographical, cultural and political demarcation.

English historic counties
Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties established in 1974
Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties 2021–2023

Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, Devon, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, North Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset and Staffordshire are non-metropolitan counties with multiple districts and a county council, where one or more districts have been split off to form unitary authorities.