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The large county of Lincolnshire takes up a big chunk of England's East Coast. For the most part it is low lying, having much in common with East Anglia, particularly the area around Boston and Spalding in the south east, which is flat Fenland and very fertile.
Further north the Lincolnshire Wolds run north south producing an undulating "folded" landscape. The far north of the county was until recently in Humberside and was connected to the rest of Humberside (now East Yorkshire once more) by the Humber Bridge the longest single span suspension bridge in the World.
Of Lincolnshire's Castles the best are Tattershall and Lincoln itself.
Andrew now lives near Horncastle in Lincolnshire.
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