Linton in Pictures
A History of Linton
in Photographs
Available here

Articles

Local Personalities
SIR PHILIP PARIS OF LINTON (1492 –1558)
DICK TURPIN IN LINTON

St. Mary's Church
LINTON CHURCH STEEPLE
JOHN LONE AND THE TWO LONE MONUMENTS IN LINTON CHURCH
THE MILLICENT MEMORIAL IN LINTON CHURCH
FLACK FAMILY MEMORIALS IN LINTON CHURCH
THE SCLATER BACON MEMORIAL IN LINTON CHURCH
CHURCH MONUMENTS TO THE LONSDALE FAMILY
REVERENDS EDMUND FISHER senior and EDMUND FISHER junior
REV. WILLIAM BRETT OF LINTON
LINTON CHURCH RESTORATION 1870 – 1880

Other Significant Landmarks
THE GREAT BRIDGE AT LINTON
THE RED LION - LINTON’s PREMIER COACHING INN
LINTON MAGISTRATES COURT AND POLICE STATION IN SYMONDS LANE
LINTON CEMETERY

Significant Events
THE LINTON REBELLION 1648
CATLEY PARK STEAM ENGINE EXPLOSION 1904
SERIOUS VILLAGE FIRES IN 1909 AND 1910

Linton At War
LINTON DURING THE FIRST AND SECOND WORLD WARS
LINTON LOSSES AT THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME
THE GERMAN PRISONER OF WAR CAMP AT LINTON 1917 TO 1919

Social History
THE LINTON COAL MINE
THE RIOT OF 1832
TRANSPORTATION TO AUSTRALIA IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19th CENTURY
KALULU THE SLAVE BOY IN LINTON
PUNISHMENTS IN LINTON SCHOOLS IN VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN TIMES
CHRISTMAS DAY 1891 - THE LINTON POOR
EMPIRE DAY IN LINTON AND DISTRICT

Transport
THE LINTON RAILWAY 1865 TO 1967