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Monsal Trail by Gareth James
/geotrips/1374 - A look along, and just beside, the 8.5-mile Monsal Trail in the Peak District. This cycle- and footpath follows the route of a former railway line, and now includes passage through the six tunnels on this section of the route, as well as various bridges a
The West Somerset Railway by Roger Cornfoot
/article/The-West-Somerset-Railway - A journey from Taunton to Minehead on Britain's longest (standard gauge) hertage railway
Climbing Beinn Bhuidhe from the roadside by Richard Law
/geotrips/1380 - Beinn Bhuidhe, at 948m, isn't a particularly high Munro - it's around no 216 in the ranked list, out of 280+. However, since the nearest accessible carparking is basically at sea level where the A83 curves around the head of Loch Fyne, you have to earn ev
New Year's Eve in London by Chris Downer
/article/New-Year-in-London - A trip to London to see in the New Year
Christmas Holiday Walk To See The Lights by Martin Addison
/geotrips/250 - A pleasant family afternoon stroll from Hampstead Heath down through Swiss Cottage and Regents Park to see the Christmas lights on Oxford Street and Regent Street. The last shot at Junction Road was taken while changing buses on the way home.
Sir Basil Spence - Architect 1907-1976 by Thomas Nugent
/article/Sir-Basil-Spence---Architect - A collection of the works of Sir Basil Spence, using photos from the geograph database
Scottish Placenames - Derivation by Colin Smith
The Norwich Cathedral Close by Evelyn Simak
/article/Norwich-Cathedral-Close - Historic buildings in the Cathedral Close
British Road Signs 2002 by Road Engineer
/article/British-Road-Signs-2002 - A collection of photos of British road signs in use
Falkland: An historic village by Bill Kasman
/article/Falkland-An-historic-village - Every publicly-accessible road, street, path, lane etc. in this ancient Fife village with historic royal connections
Great War Centenary - The Village Hall by John M
/article/Great-War-Centenary---The-Village-Hall - Village halls and their links to the Great War as recorded by Geograph contributors.
Vanished, demolished and disappeared Belfast by Albert Bridge
/article/Vanished-demolished-and-disappeared-Belfast - A compilation of photographs of Belfast buildings etc which no longer exist.
OV0000 a unique grid square at Beast Cliff by Peter Standing
/article/In-Search-of-OV0000 - OV 0000 at Beast Cliff in North Yorkshire is the only UK land based position where 4 of the 25 Ordnance Surveys 500km grid squares meet (O, T, S, and N). It is also a place of great beauty and difficult access.
The location of Pillanflatt Farm by Lairich Rig
/article/The-location-of-Pillanflatt-Farm - Locating farm buildings whose disappearance pre-dated the earliest OS maps of the area
Church clocks of Southwark Diocese by Southwark DAC
/article/Church-clocks-of-Southwark-Diocese - An illustrated schedule of Anglican churches in Southwark Diocese that have clocks with external faces.
Bollards in the Norwich Lanes area by Evelyn Simak
/article/Norwich-Lanes-bollards - A pictorial guide of the bollards found in the Norwich Lanes area
Pittenweem local authority recycling centre by Bill Kasman
/article/Pittenweem-local-authority-recycling-centre - Photos of this small recycling facility in Fife
Great War Centenary by John M
/article/Great-War-Centenary - A collection of Great War themed photographs and articles by Geograph contributors
Tough country above Vyrnwy by Richard Law
/geotrips/1272 - A word of warning from the start. This is seriously rough country. Despite wandering in the area in the past, I rather under-estimated how tough the going would be - once up on the hills, it's pretty much relentless deep heather and tussock grass in the s
Traditional Dorset finger-posts by Chris Downer
The Killing Times by Gordon Brown
/article/The-Killing-Times - Religious conflict in 17th century Scotland
East Horsley's Lovelace Bridges Trail by Colin Smith
/article/East-Horsleys-Lovelace-Bridges-Trail - Historical geographic tour around the woods in the old East Horsley Estate, covering the "Lovelace Bridges". These bridges were built to aid logging traffic.
Hergest Ridge Circular in the Snow from Kington, Herefordshire by Trevor Rickard
/geotrips/1317 - A bitterly cold day with icy lanes and deep snow on the ridge. Sometimes the walker is the first to traverse fresh snow and this particular walk had plenty of that! How do those ponies survive? Similar walk to http://www.geograph.org.uk/geotrips/987 bu
Glasgow's Street Murals by Thomas Nugent
/article/Glasgows-Street-Murals - A selection of the many 21st Century graffiti style street murals to be found in Glasgow and its environs
Wealden Hall Houses by Oast House Archive
/article/Wealden-Hall-Houses - A brief history and description of Wealden Hall Houses
RAF Coltishall by Evelyn Simak
/article/A-tour-of-RAF-Coltishall - Pictures taken on the occasion of a Heritage Open Days tour
Vernacular Building in Eaglesham by Kenneth Mallard
/article/Vernacular-Building-in-Eaglesham - Vernacular Building in Eaglesham
Watermills by John M
/article/Watermills - Watermills as discovered by Geograph contributors
Lomond Hills Regional Park by Bill Kasman
/article/Lomond-Hills-Regional-Park - Public paths and tracks in the Lomond Hills Regional Park, Fife
Window Types by Oast House Archive
/article/Windows - Architectural Elements: Window types
Dumbarton Rock and Castle by Lairich Rig
/article/Dumbarton-Rock-and-Castle - A description of the rock, and of its history as a fortified place
Same place - Penmachno - how different weather conditions changes the scenery by Richard Hoare
Grand Central Hotel, Belfast - formerly Windsor House by Albert Bridge
/article/Windsor-House-Belfast-proposed-redevelopment - A photographic record of the redevelopment of Windsor House, Belfast from an office block to a hotel
The Derbyshire Derwent by David Lally
/article/The-Derbyshire-Derwent-Pt1 - Following the flow of the River Derwent in Derbyshire; Part 1 Introduction and The River Source to Ladybower
Chimneys and chimney pots, Northern Ireland by Albert Bridge
/article/Chimneys-and-chimney-pots-Northern-Ireland - Photographs of chimneys and chimney pots in Northern Ireland
The Lepe Loop by Mike Faherty
/article/The-Lepe-Loop - A picture guide to accompany the walk leaflet
Scunthorpe Steelworks by Gareth James
/geotrips/1376 - This is a record of a trip on one of the Appleby-Frodingham Railway Preservation Society (AFRPS)'s excellent brake van tours of the Scunthorpe Steelworks site. Tours are run regularly - see: http://www.afrps.co.uk/railtours.html - with no charge other the
The lost orchards of the Smee by Evelyn Simak
/article/The-lost-orchards-of-the-Smee - History and photographic record
Urswick - South Lakeland - Cumbria by Humphrey Bolton
/article/Urswick---South-Lakeland---Cumbria - A geographical and historical description of Urswick CP
Isle of Portland: east coast by Gareth James
/geotrips/1266 - A linear walk of c.7.5 miles from Chesil Beach at Fortuneswell (north end of the Isle of Portland), up past the prison to Verne High Angle Battery, and then a gentle descent along the eastern coast - passing quarries (both active and abandoned), the Young
WW1 Great War Centenary - Auxiliary Hospitals by John M
/article/Auxiliary-Hospitals - Photographic record of surviving buildings used as Auxiliary Hospitals for casualties of the Great War
Well Dressings by John M
/article/Well-Dressings - A miscellany of well dressing photographs
The Buildings of Watson Fothergill by David Lally
/article/The-Buildings-of-Watson-Fothergill - Images of buildings by Nottingham's most recognisable architect
Lifeboat Stations by Oast House Archive
/article/Lifeboat-Stations - Lifeboat Stations
Waterworks Pumping Stations with Steam Engines by Chris Allen
Salcombe, Bolt Head and Malborough from Kingsbridge by Derek Harper
/geotrips/243 - Took the bus from Kingsbridge to Salcombe, then walked around the coast past Bolt Head to Middle Soar, heading inland to Malborough, from where we caught the bus back to Kingsbridge.
Diffwys ridge in the southern Rhinogydd by Rudi Winter
/geotrips/53 - This walk starts at the end of the minor road leading up into the hills from Bontddu on the Mawddach estuary. At first, I walked along an old track which must have been the main route of access to southern Ardudwy before the coast road was built through
Combe Valley Way by Oast House Archive
/article/Combe-Valley-Way - Hastings to Bexhill Link Road
Thankful Villages by Philip Halling
Tweeted from @geograph_bi in March 2015 by Robin Stott
Completing Hectad NO07 / Carn an Righ by William Starkey
/geotrips/775 - A lengthy walk linking the remaining un-photographed grid squares in hectad NO07 with the Munro Carn an Righ. Route: Dalmunzie Hotel > Glen Taitneach > Allt Easgaidh > Loch nan Eun > Gleann Mòr > Allt a' Ghlinne Mhòir > Fealar Lodge > Miadan Mòr > Allt
Beam Engines in the UK by Chris Allen
/article/Beam-Engines-in-the-UK - Illustrated list of beam engines in the UK that can be seen by the public and based on the Geoff Hayes Shire Classics book, 2003 + other engines not included in that publication.
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Walk from Harrogate to Knaresborough along the River Nidd by N Chadwick
Underpass Artworks of the British Isles by Thomas Nugent
/article/Underpass-Artworks - A collection of photographs of works of art which are to be found in pedestrian and traffic underpasses
Thomas Telford's Parliamentary Kirks by Anne Burgess
/article/Thomas-Telfords-Parliamentary-Kirks - Short history of the building of the Parliamentary Kirks in the Highlands in the 1820s
Civil War Re-enactment - Winceby and Old Bolingbroke by Dave Hitchborne
/article/Civil-War-Re-enactment---Winceby-and-Old-Bolingbroke - The 360th anniversary of the Battle of Winceby and The Siege of Old Bolingbroke
Scotch Malt Whisky Distilleries by Anne Burgess
/article/Scotch-Malt-Whisky-Distilleries - A list of known malt whisky distilleries in Scotland, plus a few other whisky producing places.
The Stationary Steam Engine by Chris Allen
Dumbarton Cemetery by Lairich Rig
/article/Dumbarton-Cemetery - A historical overview of the cemetery and its predecessors, and of selected memorials within
Drive a Diesel Train Experience, Ecclesbourne Valley Railway by Dave Hitchborne
/article/Drive-a-Diesel-Train-Experience-Ecclesbourne-Valley-Railway - The Ecclesbourne Valley Railway is a preserved historic line, which offers Drive a Diesel Train Experience's.
Windmills by Oast House Archive
/article/Windmills - Windmills of Great Britain & Ireland
Tweeted from @geograph_bi in January 2015 by Robin Stott
Pleasure Piers by Oast House Archive
/article/Pleasure-Piers - Seaside Pleasure Piers of Great Britain
Native Butterflies of Britain and Ireland by Anne Burgess
/article/Native-Butterflies-of-Britain-and-Ireland - Images of our native butterflies
Newbury Park Way Development by Bill Nicholls
/article/Park-Way-Development - A record of the development along Park Way in Newbury
Geographical Features: Settlement Growth / Location by Colin Smith
The Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Line by Bill Nicholls
/article/The-DidcotNewbury-and-Southampton-Line - Photographic record of the remains of the old Didcot to Newbury Railway.
Roof Types by Oast House Archive
/article/Roof-Types - Architectural Elements: Roof Types
River Thames from source to sea by John M
/article/River-Thames-from-source-to-sea - Photographs taken by Geograph contributors in every OS grid square
New Lanark - World Heritage Site by John M
/article/New-Lanark---World-Heritage-Site - An article bringing together the wealth of pictures taken by Geograph contributors around the World Heritage Site and to provide a historic background for the cotton industry at New Lanark.
RAF Hardwick - USAAF Station 104 by Evelyn Simak
/article/RAF-Hardwick---USAAF-Station-104 - A photographic record of the airfield and surviving buildings incl. the 93rd BG Memorial Museum
Patchwork of Reflections by Elaine Hamby
Vanished and demolished Antrim and Down by Albert Bridge
/article/Vanished-and-demolished-Antrim-and-Down - Photographs of buildings and structures, in Cos Antrim and Down, which no longer exist
TV and Film locations by andy dolman
The River Rea and Tributaries From Source to River Tame by Roy Hughes
/article/The-River-Rea-and-Tributaries-From-Source-to-River-Tame - The Course of Birmingham's River Rea from the source to the end where it joins the River Tame and tributaries
Exploring SD9922 by Humphrey Bolton
/article/Exploring-SD9922 - A geographical description of the grid square.
Olympic and Paralympic Gold Post Boxes by Oast House Archive
/article/Olympic-Gold-Post-Boxes - London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Gold Post Boxes
RAF North Creake by Evelyn Simak
/article/RAF-North-Creake - A photographic record of the airfield and surviving buildings
Martello Towers by Oast House Archive
/article/Martello-Towers - A brief history and description of Martello Towers
WW1 Great War Centenary - Drill Halls by John M
/article/WW1-Great-War-Centenary---Drill-Halls - Some surviving drill halls of the Territorial Forces in 1914 at the outbreak of The Great War
A circular walk from Widecombe in the Moor by Graham Horn
/geotrips/484 - The first day of a 3-day break on Dartmoor. We arrived at lunchtime and opted for a 7-mile walk to the north of Widecombe in the Moor, nothing too strenuous but taking in a couple of tors and some moorland as well as quiet lanes. Bell Tor is lovely, and
Postal addresses: a little history and a lot of photos by Chris Downer
/article/Postal-address-history-and-photo-album - A photo from each postcode district in the UK, preceded by a look at the history of postal addresses.
Scottish Castles by Oast House Archive
/article/Castles-Scotland - A list of Castles in Scotland
Usually Submerged, but Revealed Occasionally by Trevor Wright
An excursion to the Flannan Isles by Chris Downer
/article/An-excursion-to-the-Flannan-Isles - Some photos I took on a day trip to these remote islands
Eaglesham - the story of an 18th century planned village by Kenneth Mallard
/article/Eaglesham-The-Story-of-a-Planned-Village - A history of Eaglesham. An 18th century planned village and first outstanding conservation area in Scotland.
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