First of all, we hope this finds everyone keeping well and successfully staying out of harm’s way.
We’re especially pleased to launch our latest new page. During a period when many of us are 'confined to barracks', we thought it would be a pleasant diversion to get ourselves out and about, historically speaking, on the Tracks through Grantham section of the East Coast Main Line. So we offer a trip in space and time exploring 11 miles of the line, centred on Grantham, through the lens of photographer Tom Boustead's camera.
Tom’s pictures span five decades, from the 1950s to the 1990s, so they show the effects of sweeping change which affected everyone who worked for, travelled on or lived near the railway. The photographs also trace the imprint of the East Coast Main Line on the landscape of South Kesteven. We enjoy many viewpoints discovered by Tom, often with the benefit of his lineside photography permit.
So escape from Lockdown and enjoy Highdyke to Hougham in Fifty Pictures.
We'll be glad to receive feedback on all aspects of Tracks through Grantham so, if you'd like to leave us a note via the site, please do so as follows:
- for comments on a specific page (which may be included with the page after moderation), use the Comment box under 'Leave a Reply' which appears at the bottom of most pages
- otherwise, use the Contact Form here.