|Lincoln Road Pipe Bridge||2 miles, 3½ furlongs|
|Saxilby Bridge||1 mile, 5¾ furlongs|
|Bridge Street Footbridge||1 mile, 4½ furlongs|
|Bridge Street Pipe Bridge||1 mile, 4½ furlongs|
|West Bank Railway Bridge||1 mile, 3¾ furlongs|
|Torksey Visitor Moorings||3 miles, 1¾ furlongs|
|Torksey Lock||3 miles, 3¼ furlongs|
|A156 Road Bridge||3 miles, 3½ furlongs|
|Torksey Junction||3 miles, 5½ furlongs|
Wikipedia has a page about Drinsey Nook
Drinsey Nook is a small village in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) south-west from Saxilby, close to the county border with Nottinghamshire. The village sits on the bank of the east of Lincoln section of the Foss Dyke, a canal which runs from the River Trent to the River Witham.
Drinsey Nook is notable for Tom Otter, a man who murdered his new wife in 1805. Otter, reputedly from Treswell, was already a married when he married his wife, Mary, whom he murdered the same day near the bridge that now bears his name. He was hanged in 1806, and was held in a Gibbet post adjacent to Gibbet Wood. Tom Otter lane is the B1190 running south from the village, and Tom Otters Bridge is named after the site of the murder.
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