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SE1031 : Former Trackbed heading South West from Queensbury
This track used to carry the railway from Queensbury to Halifax - seen here approaching the concealed portal of a long tunnel. The photograph is taken from the site of Queensbury Station - a 6 platform arrangement designed in a triangle, at least 400 ft below the town it served. The outline of the station is easier seen from above, than on the same level.
TQ4169 : The Oak, Bromley
On Widmore Road.
NY9864 : The graveyard of St. Andrew's Church and the Vicar's Pele
For info about the building, see [[851954]].
NY9864 : St. Andrew's Church
See [[851047]].
SE1031 : Mavis Farm
Seen from the former railway between Keighley and Queensbury - Mavis Farm on Cockin Lane
NY9864 : The Blue Bell and the western end of Hill Street
The pub in an earlier incarnation is shown in [[4370134]].
SE1031 : Clayton Fireclay Brickworks Chimney
This is all that remains of the old Clayton Fireclay Works which opened in 1880, and has now been disused for some time. The designs on the chimney celebrates the greatest achievement in Bradford City's footballing history - namely defeating Newcastle United 1-0 in the 1911 FA Cup Final.
TQ4169 : Breaside Preparatory School
On Orchard Road.
NY9864 : The Watling Coffee House and the western end of Hill Street
ST8585 : Stone Barn, Widleys, nr Sherston, Wiltshire 2017
Grade 2 listed.
NZ5924 : Kirkleatham Street Car Park
A long thin long-stay carpark adjacent to the railway line and very handy for Redcar Central Station.
NY9864 : Hill Street
ST8585 : Stone Barn, Widleys, nr Sherston, Wiltshire 2017
Grade 2 listed
ST8585 : Stone Barn, Widleys, nr Sherston, Wiltshire 2017
Grade 2 listed.
SE3563 : Hides, Staveley Nature Reserve
A straightforward new hide close to footpath 15 124/2/1, with a view across the West Lagoon to the hexagonal hide built from straw bales seen in [[5232382]] and [[[5321141]]].