Lincoln Minibus and Coach Hire is major force when it comes to providing a cheap minibus in Lincoln with driver. If you require a coach, mini-coach or a bus then we can provide the right one for you and your group. Lincoln is part of the LN1 postcode region.
The most regular sized minibus in Lincoln include the 8 seater, 14 seater, 24 seater and the 51 seater. The sizes in-between include the 12 seater, 19 seater, 20 seater, 33 seater and the 49 seater. We offer all options, so you do not need to worry about how small or large your group is.
Lincoln is a city based in Lincolnshire and it is also known as a cathedral city. It is based in the eastern part of England and also the central to eastern part of the county itself. The population of Lincoln is estimated at around eighty seven thousand and the wider urban area has a population of one hundred and twenty two thousand. If we were to include other surrounding areas such as the villages around it then the population goes well into the two hundred and sixty thousand mark. There are many cities twinned with Lincoln and these include Tangshan, Port Lincoln and Radomsko.
Lincoln’s history goes as far back as the first century when it had many wooden dwellings. The name of the city originates from the Celtic word meaning pool. Many of the ruins around Lincoln can unfold the history of its occupation including various rulings under the Romans.
Lincoln has some history when it comes to the world wars fought in the 1900s and this includes production of tanks, aircraft and also ammunition. This in effect increased the population of the city and it later witnessed the production of ships and car engines. This became lucrative in the area and much finance was gained even though various takeovers took place later on in the century. After the war there was an increase in the redevelopment of housing and even though unemployment became inevitable, the job market has always remained steady.
The main attraction in the area has to be the Lincoln Cathedral which seats the Bishop of Lincoln and at one point it was the tallest building in the world. It is truly impressive and was built in the year 1185. Many have regarded it as one of the finest architectural displays in the whole of the U.K. Some of the other sites include the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Usher Gallery, University of Lincoln, Lincoln Drill Hall, Little Saint Hugh of Lincoln, Steep Hill, Engine Shed and also the High Street. Lincoln is part of the LN1 postcode region.
In terms of transport the Lincoln Central Railway Station is the main form of service and it has five platforms which provide services to places like Nottingham, Sheffield, Grimsby and Peterborough. The main operators include the East Midland Trains and it runs services to London. The main road services are provided by the A15, A46, B1378 and also the A1434 roads.