Monk’s Road: Lincoln’s East End through time.


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This volume, the 2nd in the series of the Survey of Lincoln booklets, comprises articles charting, through time, the buildings and structures in the district which have enabled people to live, work, worship, study and play in and around Monk’s Road from prehistoric to modern time.  Today it is a vibrant part of the city and accommodates a socially diverse group of people. 

For the purposes of this booklet, the Monk’s Road district has been defined as being the length of Monk’s Road , with its western boundary the junction with Broadgate, its eastern boundary where Monk’s Road terminates and Allenby Road begins.  The northern boundary of the area is marked by Lindum Terrace and the southern is the River Witham.  Some of the area of the district lies with the parish of St Swithin however it was felt appropriate to examine the parish church which is situated immediately to the west of Broadgate.

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Ed. Andrew Walker


Survey of Lincoln


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