The Boston Stump, seen here in the background, is a well-known landmark in Lincolnshire. The county has a very flat landscape, so the tower can be seen for many miles. ‘Stump’ is a nickname, it is actually the tower of the Parish Church, St. Botolph’s. The paddle steamer is the ‘Privateer’ and was a pleasure-trip boat, taking visitors from the town out into the Wash.
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