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Knocknagoney Park, Belfast
A park between the Holywood, Knocknagoney and Garnerville Roads.
Carfax Bandstand
Built in 1892 by Walter Macfarlane & Co at the Saracen Foundry in Glasgow. It was moved slightly from its original location, to better accommodate pedestrian...
Calverley Grounds Bandstand
The bandstand adorned with ornamental ironwork was erected in 1924, it was demolished in 2010.
Eaton Park Bandstand
This magnificent bandstand and pavilion was opened along with Eaton Park in 1928 but has recently had extensive renovation under the £2.5 million Eaton Park ...
Bandstands
A bandstand is a circular or semicircular structure set in a park, garden, pier, or indoor space, designed to accommodate musical bands performing concerts. ...
The A15
The A15 is the main north-south road in Lincolnshire, running the entire length of the county for almost 100 miles between Hessle, near Kingston upon Hull, a...
Plaistow Underground Station
Plaistow Underground station is a London Underground station on Plaistow Road in Plaistow neighbourhood of the London Borough of Newham in east London. The s...
The A52
The A52 is a major east-west road in the East Midlands. It runs east from a junction with the A53 at Newcastle-under-Lyme near Stoke-on-Trent (just east of t...
Victoria Underground Station
There are two connected London Underground stations at Victoria, on different levels and built more than a century apart. The older one, on the north side of...
The Apollo Victoria Theatre
The Apollo Victoria Theatre is a West End theatre on Wilton Road, across from London Victoria Station. (The theatre also has an entrance on Vauxhall Bridge R...
London Victoria Station
London Victoria station, generally known as Victoria, is a central London railway terminus and London Underground complex named after nearby Victoria Street....
Victoria Palace Theatre
Victoria Palace Theatre is a West End theatre in Victoria Street, opposite Victoria Station. The present building dates from 1911. Grade II listed. http://...
A202 Road
The A202 is a primary A road in London. It runs from New Cross Gate to London Victoria station. The section forming part of the London Inner Ring Road is kno...
B6403, High Dyke/Dike
The B6403, High Dyke is a minor road following a length of the Roman Road Ermine Street in Lincolnshire. It runs for 17½ miles between Woolsthorpe-by-Colster...
Richard III - the King under the car park
The last Plantaganet monarch, King Richard III http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_III_of_England was killed on 22nd August 1485 at the Battle of Bosworth i...
Huddersfield Broad Canal
The Huddersfield Broad Canal or Sir John Ramsden's Canal, is a wide-locked navigable canal in West Yorkshire. The waterway is 3.75 miles long and has 9 wide ...
River Calder
The River Calder is a river in West Yorkshire. The Calder rises on the eastern slopes of the Pennines flows through alternating countryside, former woollen-...
Dewsbury Station
Dewsbury station serves the town of Dewsbury in West Yorkshire. The station is 9.25 miles south west of Leeds on the Huddersfield Line. The station iopened i...
Batley Station
Batley station serves the town of Batley in West Yorkshire. The station opened in 1848. The station is 8 miles to the south west of Leeds. Trains from Batle...
Morley Station
The station is on Huddersfield Line, is operated by Northern Rail, and is 5 miles south west of Leeds. The station is at one end of the 4,320-yard long Morl...
A61 Road
The A61 is a 107 mile long road from Derby to Thirsk. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A61
A59 Road
The A59 is a 106 mile long, Trans-Pennine road from York to Liverpool, via Skipton. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A59
Pevensey
Pevensey is a village in the Wealden district of East Sussex, England. The village is located 5 miles north-east of Eastbourne, one mile inland from Pevense...
Parish Church of St Nicholas, Pevensey
St. Nicolas Church is the parish church of Pevensey, with its daughter church, St. Wilfrid's, serving Pevensey Bay. It is named after Saint Nicholas, the pat...
Ancaster Road
Ancaster Road is a road in Ipswich, Suffolk. It runs from the B1057 (Ranelagh Road) in the north to Belstead Road in the south. The southern part of it (Gipp...
Temple Lock
Temple Lock is a lock and weir situated on the Buckinghamshire bank of the River Thames near Temple Mill Island. It was first built by the Thames Navigation ...
Church of St Mary, Stainburn
This church is maintained by The Churches Conservation Trust. Most of the information here about the church comes from their leaflet about the church. There...
The A6121
The A6121 is a short (18 miles) cross-country road which runs between Morcott and Bourne via Stamford. It forms the principal route between Bourne and Stamfo...
Bolt's Law Railway Incline
Built in 1846 by the Weardale Iron Company, the railway line into Rookhope from Tow Law was the highest-ever standard-gauge railway in the UK. Its purpose wa...
The A151
The A151 runs for 33 miles between the Colsterworth Interchange on the A1 and Holbeach via Bourne and Spalding.
The B1176
The B1176 is a rural B-road running for 17 miles between Grantham and Stamford, following a route roughly parallel to the A1.
No 261 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast
A shop, at the corner of Eastleigh Crescent, previously used as a beauty parlour, for which there is the following application for planning permission: “Z/20...
Sikehead Lead Mine
Sikehead lead mine and dressing floor formed part of the Derwent lead mines complex. It includes two shafts sunk in the 1840s: Ruth Shaft for pumping, and El...
Pole Bank
Pole Bank was originally the home of the Ashton and Beeley famines. Thomas Kerfoot rented the property from 1912-19. The hall and grounds were purchased ...
Site of the Craigallian Fire
See http://www.strathblanefield.org.uk/Craigallian%20Fire/Index.htm ('The Craigallian Fire Memorial Site') for the historical and social background. The site...
Taylor's Shaft
The remains of Taylor's Shaft lead mine and a sample length of the best-preserved remains of its associated flat-rod system are situated above the east side ...
Hastingleigh
The small village of Hastingleigh is located on the escarpment of the Kent Downs three miles east of Wye and ten miles south of Canterbury. The village has ...
The A607
The A607 is an A road which runs for 54 miles between Leicester and Bracebridge Heath, a village on the outskirts of Lincoln. It crosses the A1 at Grantham. ...
Ardingly College
Ardingly College is a selective independent co-educational boarding and day school, founded in 1858 by Canon Nathaniel Woodard. The college is located in the...
Sir Walter Scott and Waverley
Waverley station in Edinburgh is the only station in the world named after a book! To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Scott's novel Wav...
The A6191
The A6191 runs for 5 miles between Mansfield and Rainworth. It follows what was originally the route of the A617 through Mansfield. The road was redesignated...
The A6191
The A6191 runs for 5 miles between Mansfield and Rainworth. It follows what was originally the route of the A617 through Mansfield. The road was redesignated...
Oldham Drill Hall
The Old Drill Hall on Rifle Street, St Mary's, Oldham with its distinctive castellated Gothic frontage, was the home of the local volunteer forces since 1897...
Former Joss Cardwell Centre, Belfast
Named after a former alderman on Belfast Corporation, the Joss Cardwell Centre, at the corner of the Circular Road and the Holywood Road, provided rehabilita...
A3213 Road
The A3213 is a 1 mile long A road from Eaton Square to Pimlico in Westminster. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A3213
Leeds Station
Leeds railway station is the second busiest railway station in England outside of London. It is one of 19 stations managed by Network Rail. Leeds is an impo...
A 65 Road
The A65 is a 69 mile long Trans-Pennine crossing from Leeds to Kendal. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A65
Pevensey Castle
Pevensey Castle is a medieval castle and former Roman Saxon Shore fort at Pevensey. The site is a Scheduled Monument in the care of English Heritage and is o...
The A617
The A617 is a primary A-road which runs for 31 miles between Chesterfield and Newark, crossing the M1 motorway at Junction 29 and passing through Mansfield.
Normans Bay Station
Normans Bay station is on the East Coastway Line, and train services are provided by Southern. The station was opened on 11 September 1905 and was originall...
Cooden Beach Golf Club
The Club opened for play on 14 June 1912. It was designed by W. Herbert Fowler and was described by James Braid, five-times winner of the British Open, as 'a...
Cooden Beach Station
Cooden Beach Station is on the East Coastway Line, and train services are provided by Southern. The station was first opened on 11 September 1905 as Cooden ...
Victoria Grove
Planted in February 1835 as a double avenue to commemorate visits to the town by Princess Victoria with her mother the Duchess of Kent. Just to the north was...
The Devil's Kneading Trough
The Devils Kneading Trough is part of the Wye Downs National Nature Reserve owned and managed by Natural England. The Kneading Trough is a very good example...
Wye Downs
Wye Downs is a stretch of chalk downland and woodland located on the North Downs near the village of Wye in Kent. The site is a national nature reserve owned...
Musgrave Park, Belfast
A park, on the southern side of Stockman’s Lane, built on land donated by Sir Henry Musgrave of Drumglass House [[618613]]. It opened in 1924. Sir Henry wa...
The A619
The A619 is an A-road connecting the industrial towns of the East Midlands with the Peak District. It runs for approximately 26 ½ mile between Bakewell and W...
Parndon Wood Nature Reserve
Parndon Wood, an ancient woodland on Harlow's southern ridge, was bought by Harlow Council in 1968 to become a Local Nature Reserve. In 2004 the reserve was ...
Roding Valley Meadows Nature Reserve
This Essex Wildlife Trust nature reserve holds the largest surviving area of traditional river-valley habitat in Essex. It consists of flower-rich hay meadow...
Chesterfield - Spital Cemetery
Situated three quarters of a mile from the town centre, Spital Cemetery was in 1857 the first public cemetery to be opened in Chesterfield to serve the local...
Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust (GVVT) Open Day 2014
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust (GVVT) was formed at the end of 2002. The primary aim of the Trust is to promote the restoration, preservation and use of h...
Cookham Station
Cookham railway station serves the village of Cookham. First Great Western trains between Maidenhead and Marlow serve the station, as well as through service...
Bourne End Station
Bourne End railway station opened in 1854. It is on the Marlow Branch line between Maidenhead and Marlow, about 4.5 miles north of Maidenhead. Services are ...
Essex Village signs
Surrey Village Signs
Hampshire Village Signs
The A623
The A623 is one of the main east-west roads across the Peak District. It runs for approximately 14 miles between the roundabout junction with the A6 near Cha...
Cambridgeshire Village signs
Norfolk Village Signs
The tradition of village signs is believed to have started in Norfolk early in the 20th century when Edward VII suggested that village signs would aid motori...
Suffolk Village Signs
Suffolk has the second largest number of village signs in the UK currently estimated at over 375. Very much an East Anglian tradition the idea originally cam...
Village Halls
A village hall is usually a building within a village which contains at least one large room, usually owned by and run for the benefit of the local community...
West Sussex Village Signs
The A6
The A6 is Britain's fourth longest road and one of the main historic north-south roads in England. It currently runs for 299 miles from Luton in Bedfordshire...
National Cycle Route 688
Route 688 runs 55 mile from Winterborn to Linton on Ouse. Route 688 is the central part of the Way of the Roses cycle route across the Yorkshire Dales, Nidd...
Nos 720/728 Upper Newtownards Road, Dundonald
A site on the northern side of the Upper Newtownards Road, almost opposite The Lewis. There is the following planning permission – 15 November 2011 for a re...
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Little Cornard
Little Cornard is a village and civil parish in Babergh, Suffolk. In 2011 it had a population of 286 http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/Lea...
Great East Window, Malvern Priory
The largest window in any English parish church, it dates from the early 15th century and was probably glazed by John Thornton of Coventry. He was also invol...
The A452
The A452 runs from Leamington Spa, Warwickshire to Brownhills in Staffordshire. It is the major link to the M6 motorway for both Leamington and Warwick in ad...
A3214 Road
The A3214 is a short A road in Westminster. It runs 1 mile from Chelsea to Buckingham Palace Rd. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A3214
fishermans shiel beside the tweed
Another view of Horncliffe shiel
Ruins of a fishing shiel
Another view here [[4187592]].
Belstead
Belstead is a village and civil parish in Babergh, Suffolk. In 2011 it had a population of 202 http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadKeyFi...
Pinewood
Pinewood is a civil parish in Babergh, Suffolk. In 2011 it had a population of 4342 http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadKeyFigures.do?a=...
Stoke-by-Nayland
Stoke-by-Nayland is a village and civil parish in Babergh, Suffolk, England. In 2011 it had a population of 682 http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissem...
The Old Swan, Minster Lovell
The Old Swan (formerly The Swan Inn) in Minster Lovell dates from the C16th and early C17th. The building on the village High Street (Main Road) is a pub and...
Headingley Station
Headingley station (formerly known as Headingley and Kirkstall station) is off Kirkstall Lane in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on the Harrogate Line 3 miles north w...
A6120 Road
The A6120 forms the northern side of the Leeds Outer Ring Road. It is a notoriously busy road which has not seen much improvement since the 1960s. The road r...
Horsforth Station
Horsforth station is in West Yorkshire. It is on the Harrogate Line 5.75 miles north west of Leeds station and the final stop in the Metro regulated area tow...
Harrogate Line
The Harrogate Line is the name given to a passenger rail service through parts of North Yorkshire and the West Yorkshire Metro area of northern England conne...
A659 Road
The A659 runs 22 miles along Wharfedale from Boston Spa to Otley. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A659
Burley Park Station
Burley Park station in Leeds, West Yorkshire is the first stop on the Harrogate Line, 2.25 miles north west of Leeds station towards Harrogate and York. The ...
Minster Lovell Hall
The ruins of the mid C15th Minster Lovell Hall lie between the church of St Kenelm http://www.geograph.org.uk/snippet/12065 and the River Windrush in a very ...
Vale Royal Methodist Church
Charles Bell's expensively built church (it cost £5,000 in 1872–73) replaced a Wesleyan chapel of 1812. The new building is in the Early French Gothic Reviva...
Church of St Kenelm, Minster Lovell
The church of St Kenelm in Minster Lovell dates mainly from the mid C15th and is therefore in the Perpendicular style of Gothic architecture. However it inco...