Local man Neil Stapleton has kindly sent us a batch of stunning pictures of Brigg and the surrounding area, taken from the air.
They provide views of the town that very few, if any, people will have seen.
The pictures feature Brigg's Lidl, Tesco and Bargain Madness stores, Sir John Nelthorpe School, the Newlands housing estate, Cadney Road and the Millennium Green, power stations and the former sugar factory sportsground in Scawby Brook and historic Wrawby Mill.
Neil says he's willing to share more pictures with Brigg Blog in the coming months, and we are sure our followers will look forward to seeing them all in due course.
View more of Neil's images, taken in 2018, through this link...
And here's a link to some video footage he's posted on YouTube...
PICTURED ABOVE: The Riverside Surgery, the Ancholme Way Bridge carrying the A18 over the Old River Ancholme and the Tesco and B&M (Bargain Madness) stores all feature in this bird's eye view of Brigg by Neil Stapleton
|The Old River Ancholme and the Millennium Green, Brigg|
|The Lidl store in Brigg and the Old River Ancholme|
|The Newlands housing estate in Brigg - built by the Urban District Council in the late 1930s|
|The Tesco store in Brigg, the A18 and part of the Newlands housing estate with Sir John Nelthorpe School top left|
|Scawby Brook with the former Brigg Sugar Factory social club and sportsground on the right|
|Power stations at Scawby Brook near Brigg|
|Historic Wrawby Mill near Brigg (above and below)|