Lincolnshire Memories: Stamford through the years

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Lincolnshire Reporter has searched through archive footage to bring you shots of Stamford through the years.

The footage, published by the British Film Institute and Lincolnshire Film Archive shows an array of images from as early as 1948, giving us a taste of what Stamford was like back in the day.

Take a look back at some of the footage we have come across:


The film looks at a trip to the Stamford Darby and Joan Club in 1948.

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This video looks at Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Stamford in 1961.

Hundreds gathered in the streets to catch a glimpse of the royal.

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This tour of the county’s rural villages, market towns and cities looks into Lincolnshire’s mass of flower fields, fertile farmland, windmills, cathedrals, castles, cobbled streets and manicured lawns.

The promotional video features Stamford and beautiful scenery within the town.

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Also see: Lincolnshire Memories: Louth through the years

Do you have any images or footage of Lincolnshire from the past? Send them in to us by emailing [email protected]

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