Bygone Lincoln Volume 1 DVD
A look at Lincoln's past


This widely admired classic contains 39 local films from 1918 to 2000, all researched and narrated for today’s audiences. Total duration 1 hour 50 minutes.

Of many commendations, Producer Andrew Blow likes this one from a casual acquaintance: "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!



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Hull City v Lincoln City on the day in 1946 that League football resumed after the war. The Flying Scotsman's visit to Lincoln in 1969. If you have a family link to engineering, enjoy Rustons shopfloor in 1950 and the return of Ruston steam engines, built in Victorian times, to the former works in 2000. A DVD that is great value for anyone who loves Lincoln.

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“A note to say how much we've enjoyed watching our DVDs. There's some incredible footage in the 'Bygones'. We feel sure that many of our friends will also enjoy watching the DVDs for the footage of trains/transport and farming equipment etc., so they will be played many times.”

Margaret Noyce, Oxfordshire

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