|Looking along Bigby Road, Brigg, the A1084, from The Monument.|
Most Brigg folk don't give the impressive tree-lined approaches to our town a second look.
The trees have been there so long that we pass by without noticing.
But a good many people driving through, or visiting Brigg, admire what they see.
There are fine avenues of mature trees on the approaches to the town we've photographed here - Wrawby Road (A18), Bigby Road (A1084) and even the little-used C-road linking us with Cadney.
Credit is due to successive councils, going back to the 19th century, who have resisted the temptation to tamper with them. Hopefully the majority will still be growing strong100 years from now.
We waited for the arrival of summer, with the trees in full leaf, to take our pictures - for the record.
|Cadney Road, Brigg, with the Old River Ancholme on the right.|
|East Park, Brigg, as it looks from The Monument.|
|Wrawby Road, Brigg (the A18) viewed from The Monument.|