Category:Eastville, Lincolnshire

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English: Located north of Boston, Eastville is a small village sitting on one of the long straight Roman trackways that cross East Fen. Some of these minor roads in this area can be five miles long in a straight line, and sit below sea level. The Romans drained a lot of this area, digging the long deep ditches that sit each side of these roads. The Victorians enhanced the system by building pumping stations powered by steam engines, although most have now long been replaced with electric or diesel engines.


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