i headed off to lincoln the next morning from nottingham railway station…
it might seem a little strange as to why i made my way to lincoln. why didn’t i go to liverpool instead, to do a beatles tour or visit anfield? the answer’s a simple one: i wanted to visit lincoln to see two of my dearest friends. unfortunately only one was around when i was there, but it was still worth it and lincoln became one of my favourite stops.
st switham’s cathedral. i was taking a couple of pictures when one of the workers invited me in for “tea and biscuits”. when i went in, there was a whole group of retirees sitting down and having a chat over some hot drinks…it was such an adorable sight! i regret to say that i was too shy to join them; they looked like they were having a great time. good company, and it only cost 60p.
sweets from a candy shop i passed by on steep hill. the owner, malcolm, has a penchant for vintage cash registers. i bought a bag of the rhubarb and custard pieces you see here on the left – they were absolutely delicious!
next stop: the most beautiful place of worship i’ve seen so far – lincoln cathedral.