Old Images of Boston, Lincolnshire

Monograph titled “The view of the church and bridge at Boston”, from page 180 of "The History of Lincolnshire, topographical, historical, and descriptive" by William Marrat of Boston, published 1st March 1813, now in the archives of the British Library

Old Images of Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire

Harlaxton Manor, monograph from page 228 of "The County Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland. vol. 1, 2. (Vol. 3-5. A Series of Picturesque Views of Seats of the Noblemen ... of Great Britain and Ireland. With descriptive letterpress)" by Francis Orpen Morris, published by Longmans, London (England), in 1866, now in the archives of the British Library

Old Images of Spalding, Lincolnshire

"To The Rev.d Maurice Johnson, D.D. Minister of the Parish Church of Spalding. This View of Spalding Church, Lincolnshire" by Hilkiah Burgess, Published as the Act directs, July 1st 1801, by W. & H. Burgess, Fleet near Holbeach Lincolnshire - now in the British Library's Topographical Collection of George III

Old Images of Skegness, Lincolnshire

The Parade, Skegness, in the 1890s, part of the Detroit Publishing Company collection which is now in the archives of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division

Old Images of Scampton, Lincolnshire

Old book illustration of Scampton Hall Gate in Lincolnshire, which appeared in the 1907 publication of "History of the Bowles Family" by Thomas M. Farquhar.

Old Images of Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Monograph of Sleaford Church, from page 8 of "Sleaford, and the Wapentakes of Flaxwell and Aswardhurn, in the county of Lincoln" by Edward Trollope, Bishop of Nottingham, published in 1872, held in the archives of the British Library

Old Images of Horncastle, Lincolnshire

"Moor-Tower, on Tower-Moor near Horncastle, in the County of Lincoln" by Samuel Buck, published in London by S Buck in 1726, in the Topographical Collection of George III of the British Library

Old Images of Stamford, Lincolnshire

House with Norman door, Stamford - monograph from page 266 of "Ancient Streets and Homesteads of England ... Introduction by ... J. S. Howson ... With ... illustrations, etc" by John Saul Howson and Alfred Rimmer, published in 1877, in the British Library archives