From the historic city of Lincoln, this picturesque line delivers you straight to the fishing port of Grimsby.
The Imps Line starts in Lincoln, famous for its rich history and home to an original copy of the Magna Carta, and travels 45 miles to the Lincolnshire coastal town of Grimsby.
Along the journey you'll pass quaint rural towns and villages, including Market Rasen, famous for its racecourse.
When you arrive in Grimsby head to the Fishing Heritage Centre and discover what life was like for British trawlermen through the years.
Explore further afield and take a bus from Grimsby to Immingham, the departure point of the Separatists in the 17th century heading to Holland. Discover the Mayflower story here.
The line gets its name from a 14th century legend, where two imps are said to have been sent by Satan to cause trouble on Earth. The story goes that the Imps were turned to stone and can still be seen in Lincoln Cathedral and Grimsby Minster.
Explore Lincoln with its historic castle and cathedral at the top of Steep Hill
Visit Market Rasen, a small market town with a famous racecourse
Grimsby with its Fishing Heritage Centre at Alexandra Dock
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Start your journey in Lincoln, exploring its rich history, impressive cathedral and panoramic views from the castle.
Along the journey you'll pass rural villages including Market Rasen, a town famous for its racecourse, Barnetby, located 3 miles from Humberside Airport and Habrough, a small village.
Less than an hour after starting your journey you'll reach the fishing town of Grimsby.