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View from All Saints Church
Drake Circus
Drake Circus Shopping Centre is a 425,000 square feet covered shopping mall in the centre of Plymouth, which opened in October 2006. The new building, desig...
Netley Abbey
The EH Visitor information states: "The most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England, with almost all the walls of its 13th-century chur...
A548 Road
The A548 runs 53 miles from Llanrwst to Chester. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A548
Flint (Y Fflint) Station
Flint station serves the town of Flint in Flintshire. It located on the North Wales Coast Line and is managed by Arriva Trains Wales, who provide most of the...
B5441 Road
The B5441 runs for 2 miles from Garden City to Queensferry in Cheshire.
A494 Road
The A494 runs 62 miles across North Wales from Mollington near Birkenhead to Dolgellau. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A494
St George’s Church, Kendal (St George’s Parish Community Church)
Designed by local architect George Webster, St George’s Church was constructed between 1838 and 1841. Additions were built between 1910 and 1914, while the t...
Howardian Local Nature Reserve, Cardiff
Originally established in 1973 as a 6 acre reserve, it now extends to 30 acres. Much of the reserve site was a disused domestic rubbish tip. It was designa...
B3213 Road
Apart from a short deviation along an inner relief road in the centre of Ivybridge, the B3213 follows the original, pre "Devon Expressway" route of the A38 f...
Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace
This beautifully managed site explains the history and working of the most complete charcoal-fired furnace in the British Isles. It was founded by the Newlan...
Plymouth Station
Plymouth station serves the city of Plymouth. It is on the northern edge of the city centre close to the North Cross roundabout. It has the largest number of...
North Court Farm Oast
Square kiln oast house. The kiln roof has been replaced with a conventional roof in the 1950's.
East Lancashire Railway 1940s Weekend 2015
No 9 Donegall Quay, Belfast
A long-vacant building, originally a warehouse where sails were made, thought to date from between 1760 and 1790. It was altered in the 1840’s and again abou...
Marle Place Gardens
Set around the grade II listed http://list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1250611 Marle Place, 10 acres of mature gardens and woodlands, some ...
Poplar Dock
This dock was formed out of a former East India Dock basin in 1850 as a commercial dock for the North London Railway. It is accessed by a lock on the north ...
Blackwall Basin
The Blackwall Basin was built in 1800-02 by engineer William Jessop. It was the first non-tidal basin in the Port of London. Its locks were enlarged in the 1...
Crownthorpe
Crownthorpe is a dispersed hamlet between Wicklewood and Wymondham in Norfolk. It has no clear centre and no services. There is a redundant mediaeval church,...
Endurance riding
Endurance is competitive long-distance riding. It is recognised as an equestrian discipline by the FEI (International Equestrian Federation). Rides vary grea...
Church of St James, Crownthorpe
A redundant Mediaeval church dating from before the Black Death. Grade II* listed. http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-226564-church-of-st-james-wick...
Wareham mixed roofing
Several buildings in Wareham have a roof like this. The bottom two rows of tiles are purbeck stone, whereas the rest are clay tiles.
Development site, 25 Palmerston Road, Belfast
A vacant and cleared site (formerly a bungalow) for which there is the following application for planning permission: “Z/2015/0291/F 25 Palmerston Road Belfa...
Fake oast at Old Hay
The round kilns were built around the same time as the adjacent Four Square Oast was converted in the 1980's, however were never completed and left to disrep...
Probable site of Upper Garshake
Previously unreported remains here indicate the likely location of Upper Garshake, a farmstead that is marked on Roy's Military Survey of Scotland (1740s-50s...
Airfield Battle Headquarters (BHQ)
In 1939 the defence of airfields had been confined to a limited number of light machine-gun posts for anti-aircraft use to protect against enemy attack. Some...
Dorridge Station
Dorridge station serves the village of Dorridge in the West Midlands. The station is served by Chiltern Railways, who manage the station, and also by London ...
B4102
The B4102 is a 23 mile long road across the West Midlands from Wood End to Nuneaton, via Solihull.
Wemyss Bay railway station renovation
The station dates from 1865, but the current station building dates from 1903, it is Category A Listed http://data.historic-scotland.gov.uk/pls/htmldb/f?p=22...
Chiltern Main Line
The Chiltern Main Line is an inter-urban, regional and commuter railway, part of the British railway system. It links London and Birmingham, England's two la...
Birmingham Moor Street Station
Birmingham Moor Street is one of three main railway stations in the city centre of Birmingham, along with Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill. The...
North Kelsey Church
Grade II Listed 13th and 18th century Parish Church. With the exception of the 13th century tower that was damaged by a tornado-like windstorm in 1930 the ch...
Holy Trinity, Gee Cross
Holy Trinity opened in 1874 as a chapel to Hyde: St. George. In 1880 it became the district church for parts of the townships of Hyde and Werneth (previously...
St Peter's church, Torksey
Grade II* listed. The church dates from the early 13th century onwards and was rebuilt in 1821 and 1895. There is a western tower, nave with north aisle,...
SUDS pond at Lomondgate
This SUDS ("Sustainable Drainage System") pond is located near the River Leven. It was created c.2008 in connection with the nearby Lomondgate mixed-use deve...
Christ Church, Brixton Road
An Anglican church built c.1907 by Beresford Pite in an eclectic style, usually described as Byzantine, i.e. with reference to Eastern Orthodox architecture ...
World War I Memorial, Stow Hill, Newport
This memorial which has been here for a number of years was restored for the centenary of the 2nd Battle of Ypres on 8th May 2015. This was done with the ass...
Townsend Nature Reserve
A 13ha area of limestone grassland, rich in wildflowers & butterflies, & set high above Swanage Bay enjoying splendid views, on the site of old limestone qua...
Northbrook Cemetery
Swanage town Council owns the closed cemetery beside the railway line at Northbrook which was opened in 1856. Its many monuments are frequently visited by th...
HMS Warrior (1860)
HMS Warrior was the name ship of her class of two 40-gun steam-powered armoured frigates[Note 1] built for the Royal Navy in 1859–61. She and her sister ship...
Little Virginia, Kenilworth
The hamlet Little Virginia, situated on Castle Hill, originally consisted of 15 cottages which had fallen into disrepair and in 1973 were declared derelict. ...
All Saints' church, Gainsborough
Grade I listed. The church (except the tower) replaces an earlier mediaeval church. The earliest mention of the church is in 1185 when it was given to th...
Portsmouth Harbour Station
Portsmouth Harbour station is in Portsmouth. It is situated beside Gunwharf Quays in the city's harbour, and is an important transport terminal, with a bus ...
The Hard Interchange
The Hard Interchange is a transport interchange in Portsmouth. It is located about a mile south-west from the city centre. It offers bus and coach transport,...
All Saints' church, Laughton
Grade I listed. The church dates from the 12th C. onwards and was restored in 1894. There is a western tower, nave with north and south aisles, chancel, ...
Plymouth University
Plymouth University is a public university in the South West of England, with over 26,900 students and is 15th largest in the United Kingdom by total number ...
A374 Road
The A374 is the former route of the A38 between Marsh Mills and Trerulefoot by way of Plymouth city centre and the Torpoint Ferry. It is 16 miles long http:...
Parish Church of St Andrew
The Minster Church of St Andrew, also known as St Andrew's Church, Plymouth is an Anglican church in Plymouth. It is the original parish church of Sutton, on...
Plymouth Guildhall
Commanding an imposing position on Royal Parade, Plymouth Guildhall is situated in the heart of the city at the crossroads of the city's modern shopping cent...
Theatre Royal, Plymouth
The Theatre Royal, in Plymouth, is "the largest and best attended regional producing theatre in the UK and the leading promoter of theatre in the south west"...
Laira Bridges
Laira Bridge is a disused railway bridge that crosses the River Plym in the city of Plymouth. It is currently being refurbished to carry a pedestrian and cyc...
Hawarden Airport
Hawarden Airport (IATA: CEG), is an airport near Hawarden in Flintshire, Wales, near the border with England and 3.5 NM west southwest of Chester. Aviation ...
Chester Racecourse
Chester Racecourse, known as the Roodee, is according to official records the oldest racecourse still in use in England. Horse racing at Chester dates back t...
Lincoln Castle
Lincoln Castle was built by the Normans in the 11th Century as a military centre and was involved in various battles up to the end of the Civil War and then ...
Afon Einion
The Afon Einion is a short river in Ceredigion. The Afon Einion rises on the slopes of Esgair Fraith and flows about 8km north and north west to join the Af...
Dyfi National Nature Reserve
The Dyfi National Nature Reserve, managed by Natural Resources Wales, the successor body to the Countryside Council for Wales, is located 7 miles north of Ab...
Aberystwyth RFC
Aberystwyth Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team from the town of Aberystwyth. The club is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union. Rugby had been played in ...
Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club
Set in a spectacular location on the sweep of Cardigan Bay Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club was established in 1885 and has a strong claim to be the oldest course...
Borth
Y Borth in Welsh is a small village 7 miles north of Aberystwyth. Borth has a sandy beach and is a holiday seaside resort. There is a youth hostel in the vi...
Borth Station
Borth station is on the Cambrian Line in mid-Wales, serving the village of Borth near Aberystwyth. Grade II listed. http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/w...
Northumberland Club
Located within an 8 acre site in Jesmond, the Northumberland Club is one of the top venues in the country to play Tennis, Squash, Racketball and Badminton as...
St George's Church, Jesmond
Built in 1888, Church Website: http://stgeorgesjesmond.org/ The Distinctive Bell Tower is 154 foot high http://www.stgeorgesjesmond.org.uk/building/tour/exte...
Wicklewood
Wicklewood is a village in the South Norfolk district of Norfolk. It is located 11 miles west of Norwich next to the Market town of Wymondham, neighbouring t...
The A329M
The A329(M) runs for 4 miles between west Bracknell and the suburbs of Reading. It is the only section of the proposed M31 that has been built. It was the la...
Nos 22-24 Berry Street, Belfast
A building, close to Royal Avenue, at the side of the Castle Court, for which there is currently (May 2015) the following application for outline planning pe...
The A322
The A322 runs for approximately 16½ miles between the Bridge Street Gyratory in the centre of Guildford and the Twin Bridges Roundabout at Bracknell. The fir...
Bellmanpark lime kilns
A bank of commercial kilns erected around 1877 alongside the Clitheroe to Hellifield railway line. There were originally 3 kilns but a fourth was clearly add...
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Ribblesdale Cement Works, Clitheroe
The cement works commenced operation in 1937 as Ribblesdale Cement, but with links to several other major cement manufacturing sites. Consolidation of these ...
Greenwich Square SE10
A large development on the site of the former Greenwich District Hospital which was demolished in 2006. The site lay vacant for several years but was develo...
Lambards Oast
Two round kiln oast house.
Denby - St Mary's Church
St Mary's Church is situated on Church Road, Denby Village. It is a grade I listed parish church dating to the early 13th, 14th, early 15th and late 15th c...
Chapel of St Edmund
Grade II Listed chapel that stands on ancient lands of the Duchy of Cornwall and on Ermine Street (now the A15) one of the most important main roads in Engla...
The Old Tanyard
A development of four 4 and 5 bedroom houses built for Westoak Homes and completed in May 2015 and for sale from £475,000 The site previously had one hous...
Wheel House Oast
Single round kiln adjacent Wheel House.
Lucombe Oaks
The Lucombe Oak (Quercus x hispanica 'Lucombeana') is a cross between Turkey Oak (Quercus cerris) an Cork Oak (Q. suber). It was originally raised by Willi...
Lowland Crofting Project – West Mains Farm
This project, confined to West Lothian, was started in 1994 to allow the development of very low density rural housing and woodland development, by dividing ...
Coneyburrow Gardens
The housing estate made the news in May 2015, along with neighbouring Inglewood Gardens when it was reported that many of the properties owners didn't own th...
Saltram Park
Saltram Park is centred on the 18th century designed landscape of Saltram which is owned and managed by the National Trust. Saltram is of exceptional interes...
The Laira
Laira was originally the name given to that part of the estuary of the River Plym from the Cattewater up to Marsh Mills in Plymouth. The name may derive from...
The Bryson Street Surgery, Belfast
Some photographs showing the Bryson Street Surgery (Newtownards Road) before, during and after rebuilding.
Trafford Park Hotel
Built in 1902 to serve both as a commercial hotel for the industrial estate and as a social centre for local residents. It is a fine brick and buff terracott...
Holy Cross church, Burley
Grade II*listed The church is adjacent to Burley on the Hill House which was built in the 1690s by the 2nd Earl of Nottingham. The church dates from ...
Kentwell Hall
Kentwell Hall is a stately home in Long Melford, Suffolk, England. It includes the hall, outbuildings, and a rare breeds farm and gardens. Most of the curren...
Beswick Co-operative Society building
Built in 1912, The Beswick Co-operative Society building on Northbrook Road in south Manchester is a riot of terracotta decorative work. The common combinat...
River Alyn
The River Alyn (Welsh: Afon Alun) is a tributary of the River Dee. The River Alyn rises at the southern end of the Clwydian hills and the Alyn Valley forms p...
RAF Stoke Holy Cross - Long Road Camp
The camp (locally referred to as Long Road Camp) where the personnel working at the Chain Home radar station at RAF Stoke Holy Cross were accommodated during...
Wrexham General Station
Wrexham General railway station (Welsh: Wrecsam Cyffredinol) is a main line railway station and the main railway station serving Wrexham, north-east Wales. I...
Pates Hill Wind Farm
West Lothian’s first wind farm became operational in 2010, with 7 x 2 MW turbines. They are 107 m high and generate sufficient electricity to power 8000 home...
St Peter's church, Empingham
Grade I listed. The church dates from the 13th century onwards and consists of a fine 14th century tower of four stages with a spire, nave with aisles, tr...
Afon Ddu (Ceredigian)
The Afon Ddu (Black River) is a short river (8 km) in Ceredigian. It rises on the slopes of Moel-y-Llyn and joins the Afon Dyfi near Glandyfi.
Afon Cletwr
The Afon Cletwr is a short (8 km) river in Ceredigion. The river rises on the slopes of Esgair Foel-Ddu and joins the Afon Dyfi near Borth
Afon Leri
The Afon Leri is a river in Ceredigion. It rises at Llyn Craig-y-Pistyll and is joined at Talybont by Afon Ceulan before passing behind Borth to its mouth in...
B4353 Road
The B4353 starts south of Llandre at a 'give way' sign leading to the A487 and goes North. At first it goes through the village of Llandre itself then cros...
St Nicholas' church, Cottesmore
Grade II*listed The church dates from the 12th century onwards. There is a western tower with spire, nave with aisles and clerestory, chancel, vestry, an...
Mid Norfolk Railway
The Mid-Norfolk Railway or MNR is a heritage railway in Norfolk. Re-opening as a tourist line in the mid-1990s, it is often referred to as a "New Generation"...