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Louth is at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds where they meet the Lincolnshire Marsh and is known as the Capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
It developed where the ancient trackway along the Wolds, known as the Barton Street, crossed the River Lud.
The station was also the start and terminus on the Louth to Bardney Line which opened in 1876 but closed in 1951 to passengers and to freight traffic in 1960.
The station closed to passengers in 1970 and so did the Mablethorpe Loop Line and the section from Boston to Louth of the East Lincolnshire Railway although the section to Grimsby remained in use for freight traffic until 1980 when it also closed and was removed.
He said: 'What we are dealing with is a series of problems around how people seeking asylum are accommodated in Scotland.
Doors have now been repainted In Glasgow, third on the national list, the Scottish Refugee Council did not say the city was overburdened, but did call for a national review of the housing contract, saying it had 'grave concerns' about how asylum seekers were housed.
Councillor Mike Connolly, leader of Bury Council and lead member in Greater Manchester on asylum seekers, said they have made the point 'very clearly to government that we consider the high concentration of asylum seekers - relative to other parts of the country - currently accommodated across our area to be unacceptable'.
Louth is the principal town and centre for a large rural area of eastern Lincolnshire. James' Church, Hubbard's Hills, the market, many independent retailers and Lincolnshire's last remaining cattle market.
Æthelwold, the Bishop of Winchester from 963 to 984, was actively seeking relics for his newly rebuilt Thorney Abbey in Cambridgeshire and sent his monks to Louth to raid Herefrith's shrine.
...heard of the merits of the blessed Herefrid bishop of Lincoln resting in Louth a chief town of the same church.