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Alkborough - North Lincolnshire
Alkborough is a pleasent village standing on the cliff ridge over looking the point where the Rivers Trent & Ouse become the Humber. This part of the Trent is often referred to as the Trent Falls. Alkborough is built on most northern outcrop of Cotswold Limestone that runs through Lincolnshire starting from Stamford.

The Parish of Alkborough covers (12 km²)
- 2,875 acres and is bordered by the parishes of Whitton, West Halton, Burton-upon-Stather, Garthorpe & Fockerby. The parish includes the hamlet of Walcot (a 'shrunken village'), which lies about a mile south of the village of Alkborough.

The Location of the village is 2.5 miles north of Burton Stather, 9 miles north of Sunthorpe & 16 miles northwest of Brigg .

Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service.
Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey
and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.

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