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18 June 2014
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Legacies - Lincolnshire

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Architectural Heritage
Westgate Water Tower.
© Lincolnshire Echo
An Englishman's house is his… water tower?

Prince Charles's bugbear: can a purpose built public building be constructed in haste and still compliment its surrounding area?

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Looking north up Ferensway, pre-1939
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