The railway that became the east coast mainline was constructed through Peterborough, not Stamford over 150 years ago, and the A1 bypass over 50 years ago meant that the town retains a lots of its old buildings and its charm. The retail opportunities have continued to improve and there are a lot of independent traders which is a real bonus. I've always loved the selection of churches, the Meadows and the impressive buildings in the town, as well as some of the good pubs in or close to the city centre.
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