Colin Brammer - A Few Photos

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  • Lincolnshire Landscape

    Just click through any index pictures to see the album photos.

  • Scenes of Fuerteventura

    Fuerteventura, situated in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa, and is the second largest of the Canary Islands. !00 kilometres in length and 31 kilometres wide Fuerteventura was declared a biosphere reserve by Unesco in 2009. With the longest beaches in the Canaries some 50km of fine white sand 25 km of volcanic black sand Fuerteventura is a great destination for beach holidays.

  • Props, Jets and Arrows


  • The Avro Lancaster

    The Lancaster heavy bomber produced by the Avro company was one of the finest weapons to enter large-scale production and service during World War 2. And has become the one bomber most associated with the the county of Lincolnshire.

  • Farewell to The Little Big Band

    Bank Holiday Monday 2019 saw the last gig for the ever popular and local band known as The Little Big Band. Supported by Keep The Faith, Comic Book Heros, The Wrinkly Rockers and Fall In Tune with fans from across the country - taking place at the Barge and Bottle.

  • A Cold and Lonely Place

    The Story of Haverholme Priory once the home of the Finch Hatton family.

  • Sleaford Rotary T100 (2010, 2015, 2016, 2019.)

    Classic and Sports Car Rally

  • Sand Racing

    Mablethorpe Lincolnshire

  • Lincoln Cathedral

    From 1092 Lincoln Cathedral has stood proud over the City of Lincoln, click on any picture and I will take you on a brief tour.

  • Natures' Colours

    Flowers, Fauna, Plants and Tree.

  • Cars at Woodland Waters

    Classic and Modern Motor vehicles.

  • Birds, Beasts and Insects

    From Cuddly to Creepy

  • Lincoln Steampunk Festival

    Hailed the most ‘Splendid in the World’, the biggest Steampunk festival in Europe. Lincolns' annual event celebrates a steam powered world in the late 19th century and attracts visitors from all over the world.

  • Sport

  • International Bomber Command Centre 1940's Day 2018

    Part of the RAF 100 Celebrations