Lincolnshire Gate is the name given to a corner in the road between Holywell and Pickworth to the south-west of Castle Bytham, in Lincolnshire. It is situated approximately five miles north from Stamford. It describes a point where this small country road crosses the county border between Lincolnshire and Rutland, to pass between Newell Wood and Howitts Gorse. On either side are the remains of small quarries, worked from the Middle Ages till the early 20th century for building and road stone for nearby use. Robert's Field, a ten-acre calcareous grassland nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest, is 250 yds to the north.
There are no human settlements at Lincolnshire Gate.
- Location map: 52°43’15"N, 0°31’17"W