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Pottergate, Lincoln, in Pottergate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England more
The remains of a fortified entrance (gate) in the City Walls of Lincoln, called Pottergate. Today it’s a grade I listed building, and is also located on the Viking Way, a footpath in England almost 150 miles (over 200Km) long. The gate is medieval, but was restored in 1884.
The tower in the background is Lincoln Cathedral, and does look like it.
[Updated April 2010 to give location, as identified by a commenter]
Lincolnshire’s Roman Roads (BBC article).