Picture of the Day
The Camera Club’s April meeting saw trees at the centre of the Photoslot competition. The full list of winners can be viewed on the Camera Club website. Here’s this month’s winner - “Open Arms” by Sandi Johnson
A postcard featuring 5 views round Winteringham rom more than a century ago has individual pictures no more than 1½ inches wide, which explains the poor quality when expanded to this size. Here’s one of the Haven at high tide, with the boatyard to the right with a large boat in front, and another on the floating dry dock in the middle of the picture. The other four photos will feature later. They can all be seen now on the history site.
The Tower Climb took place over the Easter weekend and was highly successful with about a hundred making the climb to the top, and keeping the refreshment team very busy! Ken was there to capture some of the charm of the annual event.
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Winteringham Parish Council
Christine Hammond, Parish Clerk
Parish Council Minutes for March more...
Parish Council Report for March 31st more...
Alan Kitchen’s Weather Records
February Records here
Winteringham Newsletter for Exiles!
The November 2014 village newsletter is now on the site!
Drive a Train from Winteringham on the North Lindsey Light Railway! (Requires the commercial program “Railworks”)
Currently the route covers the whole of the North Lincolnshire Railway system as far as the Trent at Scunthorpe and Gainsborough, as far as Market Rasen on the Barnetby Lincoln line, and as far as Eastville on the Grimsby Boston line, the “New Line” (Woodhall Junction to Bellwater Junction), Louth to Bardney, Bardney to Coningsby Junction, the Horncastle Branch, the Spilsby Branch, and part of the Louth to Mablethorpe, Willoughby to Sutton, and Firsby to Skeness branches.
The line in videos:
See the YouTube video here
There’s now a second YouTube video here.
.... And a 3rd video here.
The file for this railworks route is now available on UK Train Simulator website, as well as via “Skydrive.”
NLLR simulation: Latest update v9d has now been uploaded
Winterton Lions website
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Link: Joanna Blackburn Art