Looking north along Stanwell Road, the main road through the 1930s housing estates to the west of the town centre.
Recently installed statue of King Richard III in Leicester Cathedral Gardens, originally donated to the City by the Richard III Society http://www.richardiii.net/ in 1980 and sited in Castle Gardens http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/565655
The 1930s housing estates to the west of Ashford town centre.
Opened in 2002 by the Tyne & Wear Metro on the line from Sunderland to South Hylton.
View east towards Millfield and Sunderland. This section of the line is on a new alignment, the original Pallion station (1852-1965) was around 100m to the right, up the hill.
The field on the right, crosed by two footpaths from the sign a little ahead, is the site of part of the abandoned medieval settlement at Mapleton, decribed in detail at http://list.english-heritage.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1018871&searchtype=mapsearch . In the centre are Okeover Almshouses, dating from 1727-30 although they look quite modern http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-80318-okeover-almshouses-mapleton-derbyshire . On the right is [[]].
The coastline extends on to Cudden Point.
The large open expanse of Laleham Park by the Thames. The white trees in the background are white poplar.