We climbed up the steep slope the the top of the common from where we had magnificent views over the city to the cathedral and close to the new Bomber Command Memorial and its towering spire. After walking along the top of the common our walk took us to the edge of the steep scarp slope of the Lincoln Edge with expansive views over the Witham and Trent valleys. The Viking Way took us through the villages of Branston heath, Waddington, Harmston, Coleby, Boothby Graffoe, and Navenby before we finished at Wellingore. These villages are built of the warm Lincolnshire Limestone the same beautiful building stone as that used in the Cotswolds, which the Lincoln Edge runs into.
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