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visit it regularly as it part of a park

very well kept and respected. on a nice little park so it's great for the little ones, talks about... read more

Reviewed October 22, 2016
Erin T
Not very exciting

Memorial in a park in immingham near the church. Not that exciting, but easy to park and... read more

Reviewed September 24, 2017
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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Sep 24, 2017
“Not very exciting”
Dec 28, 2016
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Bluestone Lane, Immingham DN40 2EJ, England
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Reviewed September 24, 2017

Memorial in a park in immingham near the church. Not that exciting, but easy to park and interesting if you are visiting the park or walking a dog. Otherwise don't make a special visit or you might be a bit disappointed

Thank HatterWilko
Reviewed December 28, 2016

The sheer majesty of this huge monolith makes it well worth going out of one's way to stand before it and bask in it's millenia-old glory. OK, that's probably over-playing it a little but it is an interesting piece of local history with international links.

1  Thank Andrew R
Reviewed October 22, 2016

very well kept and respected. on a nice little park so it's great for the little ones, talks about the pilgrim fathers' journey.. great piece of memrobelia

1  Thank Erin T
Reviewed September 14, 2016 via mobile

Okay so it's a big stone. It is quite impressive but once you've seen it, you've seen it. In my opinion not worth a special visit unless it means something important to you as there isn't that much information available and there's not much else...More

1  Thank liam b
Reviewed April 10, 2016 via mobile

This is nicely kept and stands in full glory near the church. It's only accessible by foot if you want to visit it closely to read all the history carved into it.

Thank jameshS5469XT
Reviewed September 1, 2015

In 1608 the village briefly became a location in the story of the Pilgrim Fathers of America; their vessel was forced to put ashore due to bad weather, sailing up Killingholme/Immingham Creek. The women of the party were allowed to sleep in St Andrews village...More

2  Thank Tom A
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