Scunthorpe is a lovely town in North Lincolnshire of England. It is the centre of administration for the North Lincolnshire authorities, and has a total population of approximately 72,514. Scunthorpe was very close to the centre of largest earthquakes on 27 Feb. 2008.
Scunthorpe is located at the terminus of M181, which is at a distance of 38 miles from Sheffield. From its location at the center of North Lincolnshire, Scunthorpe is 5 miles away towards southeast to the area of Lincolnshire proper, ten miles in west link it with South Yorkshire and fifteen miles towards east to the North East area of Lincolnshire.
Scunthorpe's industrial history changed with the rediscovery of mines of iron ore. This discovery made by Rowland Winn changed the situations of the landscape and marked the creation of an industrial town that we see today. Today Scunthorpe has become the England's largest steel processing complex and famous as Industrial Garden. Scunthorpe originally constituted of 5 rural villages. The five small villages were Scunthorpe, Crosby, Frodingham, Ashby and Brumby. They joined up together to create the town of Scunthorpe as we see today. Scunthorpe lies on rich mines of limestone and iron ore.
Steel industry is the biggest employer in the area. Industries in Scunthorpe include engineering, food production, retailing, and distribution. The town has two big shopping complexes, which are covered Foundry Shopping Centre and part-covered Parishes complex.
Scunthorpe has many beautiful gardens and parks and other facilities for leisure and sport and becomes complete with cinemas, art galleries, a theatre and museum. Two most interesting churches in Scunthorpe are St Lawrence's and Church of St John's. Scunthorpe is enriched with heritage trail and Museum. The Information complex is available in Central Library.
Scunthorpe is a perfect place for Tourists in all times.
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