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Barrow upon Humber intro. In England’s northern county of Lincolnshire is the village of Barrow upon Humber. It is a historical village that is known for its old buildings and regular market. The village is situated close to the country’s eastern coast, and is a short distance to the south of Hull. It is only a small place, and so there are few hotels in Barrow upon Humber. The community is surrounded by quiet, rural areas. The main attraction of a visit to this quaint place is its 18th and 19th century heritage buildings. The merchant’s folly of Down Hall, two public houses and Barrow Hall are among the most notable buildings. Visitors can discover the small Humber port, watch the local football club play or catch a train to nearby Cleethorpes. The Holy Trinity Church dates to the Norman period and Thornton Abbey, just outside the village, was once visited by Henry VIII. Author:
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