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The silting of the haven leading from the Humber has been supposed as one possible cause.In the 1870s the parish of Immingham had a population of 237, whilst Roxton was still known as a small hamlet.A popular protest secured the release of the women, who were then able to rejoin their families, and continue the journey.In the later medieval period Immingham decline, reduced from 66 households in 1523 to 46 in 1723, in common with other Lincolnshire places on or near the Humber banks.Timetables are available on cluster sections below or on our FIS directory.
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The civil parish of Immingham is located on the south bank of the Humber Estuary 6.2 miles (10 km) west-north-west of Grimsby.
The civil parish is bounded by South Killingholme to the north-west, with the drain watercourse outfalling at South Killingholme Haven forming the boundary – also the county boundary between North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.
The civil parish is low lying, extending from below 5 metres (16 ft) above sea level near the Humber foreshore, to a peak of 21 metres (69 ft) in Roxton wood in the south-west corner.
The main features within the parish are the Humber shoreline, running roughly north-west to south-east, the Immingham Dock and estate, and adjacent south of the dock the town of Immingham.
The town has a retail centre, "Kennedy Way", a swimming pool and a golf club, and several schools.