This category leads to websites about the English ceremonial county, stretching from the Humber to the Wash on the east coast of England.
Here the mouth of the River Nene is within Lincs, at Sutton Bridge before the county boundary with Norfolk.
Inland the fenland is the South Holland District, north of the Cambidgeshire Peterborough Unitary Authority,
to Stamford, in the District of South Kesteven.
Westwards, Stamford bounders the northern tip of Northamptonshire and is almost surrounded by Rutland.
Heading north Leicestershire is east of South Kesteven, leading to North Kesteven, bounding Nottinghamshire to the east.
North Kesteven meets the city of Lincoln which has the district of West Lindsey to the east, north and west.
Further north the River Trent is the boundary with Nottinghamshire, and flows entirely through North Lincolnshire
through which the M180 passes eastbound from the M18 in the metropolitan district of the of Borough of Doncaster.
The M180 ends at Elsham, where the A15, leads north over the Humber Bridge to East Riding of Yorkshire.
Eastwards along the south bank to the mouth of the Humber with the North Sea, the port of Grimsby dominates
the unitary authority of North East Lincolnshire, north of the coastal district of East Lindsey,
with the port and Borough of Boston, before South Holland.
Please note that there are sub-topics for the major categories which are shown by clicking the dark symbol right of the Lincolnshire heading.
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