Cow Paddle

Cow Paddle is a long and fairly narrow area of land on the east of the City that for the most part is bounded to the north by an active railway line and to the south by Washingborough Road.

 

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http://heritageconnectlincoln.com/character-area/cow-paddle/68/description

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Cow Paddle
Washingborough Road
Lincoln
LN4 1EF


Cow Paddle is a long and fairly narrow area of land on the east of the City that for the most part is bounded to the north by an active railway line and to the south by Washingborough Road. Transport infrastructure, both active and disused, is a key feature influencing the character of the area, defining its boundaries and separating it from the rest of the City. Land uses in the Character Area are typical of the urban fringe, with many requiring the uptake of large areas of land.


It sits to the South East of the city and can be accessed just off Canwick Road, right next to Canwick golf club.