Stewart and I took ourselves off for a camping trip to Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire.
The Bainland Campsite is a really well organised and spacious.
This postcard was taken from one of the Liner posters,
from 1923-1930. The posters were
produced by the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel.
The artwork was originally created by Howard E Elcock.
Woodhall Spa was originally an Edwardian town, founded on 'spa water', discovered on the Lincolnshire heathland in the 19th Century. It became a fashionable holiday destination with many grand lodges and hotels.
We had a good time pitching the tent, walking, swimming and enjoying the peace and quiet.