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The parish is of 2,330 acres (9 km2),[2] and lies just west of Immingham parish, and just south of South Killingholme. Humberside Airport is 4 miles (6.4 km) to the south-west.

The Wesleyan Methodist Church had a chapel here, rebuilt in 1869. The Primitive Methodist also had a chapel, rebuilt in 1873.[2]

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We are in vacancy at the moment. It has been proposed that our group of churches (St. Denys', Killingholme and St. Peter's, East Halton) should be put with a group of churches in the Yarborough deanery. No decision has yet been made.

In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Habrough like this:

This is a basic introduction to Habrough as there’s a lot more worth discussing so if you know anything at all about this North East Lincolnshire village then please do leave a comment below - many thanks All the best Rod

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Habrough is a village and civil parish in North East Lincolnshire, England. It is situated 8 miles (13 km) north-west from Grimsby, 3 miles (5 km) inland from the River Humber, and on the southern edge of the A180 road.

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Im another native of the village (and grew up with Chris) that church is truly beautiful and there was a thatched cottage right next to it at the nave end. I know it was hit by fire at one point and belive it has been rebuilt. I no longer live in the area though. Reading through the site has certainly brought back alot of memories as well.

Habrough is both a village and a parish on the eastern side of the Wolds, 3 miles inland from the River Humber, 163 miles north of London, 9 miles north-east of Caistor, just west of Immingham parish and just south of Killingholme. The parish covers about 2,330 acres.

Hi Mark, thanks for the comment and welcome to the site - hope you’ll return All the best rod

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The Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Margaret. The church tower was restored in 1684, and the church rebuilt in limestone in 1869, by R. J. Withers. It is a Grade II listed building.[5]

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Chris, this is absolutely wonderful - what a treasure trove. It’s the first ention of Saxon and Iron and Age I’ve come across, not to mention, metal artefacts from the Roman period. Mkaes my mouth water just reading it Chris . . . Absolutely wonderful ! Regards, Rod

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Habrough railway station serves the village and the town of Immingham. The village is on the railway line established in the 19th century by the Great Central Railway.

The railway is very much a major part of the village of Haburgh and the station was built by the Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway in 1848, it still seems busy today, certainly the barriers appear to be down most times I go through !

Habrough's railway station is a boundary station for North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire areas. There is no direct passenger service between Barnetby and Ulceby.

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Habrough railway station serves the village of Habrough and the town of Immingham in North East Lincolnshire, England. It was built by the Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway in 1848. Up to 1988 there was a signal box at the station on the south side of the track and east side of the road with gates. It was of typical Great Central Railway signal box design. The station is managed by Northern, and is also served by First TransPennine Express and East Midlands Trains.

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The name Habrough is found in old records as "Haburgh".[2]

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I have some pictures I took along the New Holland Pier branch line just prior to the finish of the ferry. I am clearing out all my negatives but scanning those that may be of interest to others. If you know of anyone I could forward them to at least then they are not lost. Thanks Rodney

i forgot the Bronze age, i found a Bronze age axe blade the other week and afew years ago there was a Bronze age Leaf Shaped spear head found, i actualy saw the come out of the ground it was found by an old gent called Harry Broxholme from grimsby…

At the moment we have two lay lead services a month - 2nd and 4th Sundays. If there is a 5th Sunday in the month we generally do not have a service as I assist at New Clee church on that Sunday.

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Rodney, Thanks for the comment and welcome to the site, I wonder have you thought of Immingham Museum ? Regards, Rod

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