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Grimsby Streets (Kindle)

Local History British History Photo eBooks

By Emma Lingard
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
File Size: 38.8 MB (.mobi)
ISBN: 9781473876026
eBook Released: 8th August 2017


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Grimsby Streets is a journey through time, which examines the meaning of many of the towns names and their association with the Danish settlers, through to the Victorian era, and the men who helped develop the town and build its surrounding docks.

Names of the great and good that were forgotten until now are explored, as well as some of the many famous people who were born there, and where they lived. The book also covers the many incidents, which occurred on Grimsby's streets, to give a colourful insight into the history of this once famous fishing port and some of the many wonderful buildings that stood in this proud port.

Included throughout are a selection of old photographs, some of which have never been published before, which for many folk will give them a reminder of what this town used to be like before change and demolition in the 1960s.

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About Emma Lingard

Emma Lingard has worked as a journalist and broadcaster for twenty years. Her interest in local history has seen her produce many programmes for local television. She is known for Lingards Lincolnshire Rambles, a TV series, which saw her walking around this fine county exploring its heritage. Her love for walking also sees her conduct guided heritage tours throughout the year for the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival. She lives near Grimsby, in North East Lincolnshire, with her family and runs her own strategic communications business.

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