"The Water Way Trail is part of the National Cycle Path and is a mostly traffic-free route along the old Lincoln - Boston railway line"
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The Water Way Trail is part of the National Cycle Path and is a mostly traffic-free route along the old Lincoln – Boston railway line.
It offers 20 miles of off-road cycling/walking/horse riding and 13 miles of country lane cycling.
Much of the Water Way Trail is alongside the River Witham and is a haven for wildlife and unspoilt scenery.
Dotted along the off-road sections is some fantastic Lincolnshire-themed artwork including work inspired by the poetry of Alfred, Lord Tennyson; plus sculptures of famous Lincolnshire animal breeds including Lincoln Red Cattle, Lincoln Longhorn Sheep and Lincolnshire Curly Coated Pigs.
For more information about the route of the Water Way Trail, and the exact location of the attractions/art works, please click on the appropriate links:
NB: The 1st page of each of the above links is exactly the same, but if you scroll down, then you will find the appropriate map.
For images of the Water Way Trail Artwork, please click here.