Paddle Steamer Lincoln Castle moored in
Today the port still helps
to keep Britain stocked with fish and chips
though its real heyday was in the 19th century
when unsalted fish could be quickly
transported inland on new-fangled trains.
The largest town on
Lincolnshire’s east coast, Grimsby itself now
lies half a mile from the sea. Its finest
building is the medieval Church of James,
which has a 14th century tower.