Uphill Lincoln II - The North-Eastern Suburbs, edited by Andrew Walker

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Uphill Lincoln II - The North-Eastern Suburbs, edited by Andrew Walker

Uphill Lincoln II - The North-Eastern Suburbs, edited by Andrew Walker

Booklet published by the Survey of Lincoln in 2010, 72 pages. A5 size booklet (N5458)

From the rear side cover: This booklet examines the north-eastern part of the city. It covers an area including Eastgate, Nettleham Road, St Giles Estate, Bunkers Hill, Wragby Road, Greetwell Road, Sewell Road, Lindum Terrace and Pottergate.

From the introduction: This booklet focuses upon one particular part of the city, covering aspects of the physical development of the north-eastern suburbs. The volume aims to identify the social and cultural changes which have prompted the need for the construction work which has taken place in the district over time.

Broadly speaking, the area covered by the volume, essentially the north-eastern section of the city, is bounded on the west by Nettleham Road. Its northernmost extent is the A46 ring road, and the neighbourhood's eastern border is enshrined by the likely route of the eastern bypass. The southern boundary of the district is the line of Lindum Terrace. There is a certain amount of permeability to these boundaries, however, as indicated by occasional reference to Eastgate west of its junction with Porrergate and Northgare.

Sections include: Archaeology and prehistory in the neighbourhood, The impact of the Lincoln Enclosure Award, The Hospital of St Giles without Lincoln, Places of worship I: Prior to 1800, Places of worship II: Post-1800, Schools in the neighbourhood, From home to hotel: Eastgate House, High-status residential development and social trends in the nineteenth century, Eastcliff House, The Grotto of Eastcliff House, St. Anne's Bedehouses, Queensway with Curle Avenue and Gerald's Close, The Greetwell ironstone mines, Map of the district, The House in the Hollow: 'The Quarry', St Giles' Avenue, Lincoln Prison, The County Hospital, The Fourth Northern General Hospital, Twentieth-century residential development: the St Giles' estate, and Bunkers Hill

Condition of the booklet is generally excellent. The covers are clean and bright, the staple spine is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. There is a small price sticker on the rear side cover

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