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Bygone Lincoln DVD One

This widely admired classic, now with an improved menu, contains 37 local films from 1918 to 2004, all researched and narrated for today’s audiences. Total duration 1 hour 45 minutes.

Of many commendations, Producer Andrew Blow likes this one: "I bought it as a Christmas present for my parents. On Christmas morning, they couldn’t stop watching it. They played it through three times consecutively - pausing it only to put in the turkey".

DVD One includes memorable footage of the High Street in the late 1920s and mid-1930s. Look out for the horse and cart passing the Stonebow – and the bus that’s still got its starting handle!

Hull City v Lincoln City on the day in 1946 that League football resumed after the war.

The lorry that knocked down Newport Arch in 1964. If you have a family link to engineering, enjoy Rustons shopfloor in 1950 - and the return of Ruston steam engines, some built in Victorian times, to the works in 2000.

See the Races and the Fair in 1962 – and enjoy a Lincoln lad’s visit to Butlins at Skegness soon after it opened in 1936. A DVD that is great value for anyone who loves Lincoln. PRICE INCLUDES P & P.

Bygone Lincoln DVD One

  • 37 local films totalling 1 hr 45 minutes

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