IN PICTURES: Boston’s ‘ghost’ areas of 1965
February 1965 saw the Standard turn the spotlight on the town’s ‘ghost’ areas – the ‘derelict, decaying, and desolate’, as they were described by the Standard.
By David Seymour
Published 24th Feb 2020, 15:57 BST
Updated 26th Mar 2020, 09:15 BST
King Street, Lincoln Lane, and Caroline Street, which was located where Field Street meets Main Ridge East today, close to where John Adams Way cuts through the town, were all discussed in the piece.
* This article has been amended after readers identified Pinfold Lane in the gallery – a street not mentioned in the original article.
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