| Saxilby History Group have produced a very informative brochure with all the historic spots to visit on a walk around the town.
Boats in Viking times used to sail on the Fossdike - what a sight that would have been.
This house has holes in the eaves at the end of the house and are for pidgeons to roost - they were a pparently a ready meal when needed!!
The Church of St. Botolph - a stone building has stood on the site for over 900 years.
This is a list of Parish Priests that have served since 1209.
This is a 14th century tomb-chest and carries the effigies of a knight and his lady, possibly Sir Giles and Lady Alianore Daubney, Lords of the Manor Of Ingleby.
We're now back at the bottom of Torksey Lock ready to continue on our journey upstream tomorrow.