Flooding in a Lincolnshire village has been "devastating" for business, a pub landlord has said.
A stretch of the A46 at Holton Le Moor, near Market Rasen, has been closed for a week after heavy rainfall.
Motorists have been facing lengthy diversions because of surface water and a drainage pipe under the nearby railway has been blocked.
Graeme Sellers, the owner of the Hope Tavern, says he "can't believe" how many cars have become stuck in the water.
He says: "I just hope now that they've gone, people on site actually get on and repair it, so it doesn't happen again."
A week last Thursday we had the bad flood, that was the first one. It dried out on the Sunday. But road closed signs didn't go down until 19:30. So all my Sunday had gone, and if we lose a weekend we lose 90% of the business. Then the flood came again, except this time it hasn't gone away."