carved face at burghleyLincolnshire is credited as being the second largest county in England. It mostly comprises of flat land which could be easily flooded if it wasn’t for the manmade sea defences, and the once widespread marshes are now mostly drained. Further inland, quaint villages still possess cobbled streets, and the county town of Lincoln has a special historical value. Several areas of this shire have their own shuck stories to tell, and a few old RAF bases in the county are reputed to be home to former flyboys who have not yet realised they are already dead.

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