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New House Farm Oast
Modern ridge ventilated oast house. Now part of retail outlet. The ridge ventilators were removed around 2014 when the building was re-roofed.
Nos 124-144 Royal Avenue, Belfast (Belfast Telegraph)
The “Belfast Telegraph” currently (August 2015) occupies two buildings, in Royal Avenue, between Library Street and Donegall Street. The older of the two, a...
Brinkburn Priory
The Priory (for Augustinian canons) was founded between 1130 and 1135 and no more enchanted spot could have been found. The buildings lie at the foot of a de...
'Updown Road'
A track along the west side of Updown House park, leading from Northbourne Road south, past Westwood and Rose Cottage, crossing Cater Road, then continuing a...
High Street, Lindfield
Noted by Pevsner, prior to boundary changes in 1974, as 'without doubt the the finest village street in East Sussex" containing at least thirty five building...
Wassand Hall
Standing in fine grounds between Seaton and Hornsea and close by Hornsea Mere lies the beautiful regency house of Wassand Hall. The estate has been in the sa...
The A148
The A148 is the main east-west road in north Norfolk. It runs from the A47 at King's Lynn to the centre of Cromer via Fakenham, which it bypasses to the nort...
Newtown Farm Oast
Single square kiln oast house.
Town's End Farm Oast
Ridge ventilated oast house.
Pool House Oast
Single square kiln oast house. Grade II listed http://list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1275893
Cookhorn Farm Oast
Single square kiln oast house.
Lincoln Steampunk Festival 2015
Asylum VII http://www.asylumsteampunk.co.uk/ the “Most Splendid in the World” and biggest Steampunk Festival happened in Lincoln over the August Bank Holiday...
Large Reclining Figure (1984)
Large Reclining Figure (1984) is based on a smaller version made in lead in 1938. A larger version was commissioned to be installed in Singapore, and then Mo...
Henry Moore : Back to a Land
“Henry Moore : Back to a Land” was an exhibition of the work of the sculptor and artist Henry Moore (1898-1986), at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park from March t...
Poplands Farm Oast
Three square kiln oast house.
The Buildings Oast
Twin square kiln ridge ventilated oast house. Grade II listed http://list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1099379
The Meadows Oast
Single square kiln oast house.
Panks Bridge Farm Oast
Ridge ventilated oast house.
Hopes Rough Farm Oast
Single round kiln oast house.
The Kiln
Ridge ventilated oart house.
Kiln House, Much Cowarne
Two ridge ventilated oast house.
Bridge End Farm Oast
Ridge ventilated oast house. Know as Hop Kilns.
Chapels Farm Oast
Twin internal kiln oast house.
St Peter's church, Nottingham
(Actually St Peter with St James church). Grade I listed The church stands in the centre of the modern city, and dates back to the 13th century, althou...
Rhea House Farm Oast
Single square kiln oast house.
Whitehouse Farm Oast
Twin square kiln oast house.
White House Oast
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Tuston Farm Oast
Single square kiln oast house.
Church of Saint Mary, Berrow
Dedicated to the Virgin Mary this church is sometimes called 'The Church in the Dunes'. The original 10th century village it used to serve is buried in the ...
A458 Road
The A458 runs 87 miles across the West Midlands and Wales, from Quinton to Mallwyd. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A458
Mabgate, Leeds
Mabgate lies just north-east of the city centre, sandwiched between the busy A61 road to the west and residential areas to the east. As the name implies ...
Flamborough Scarecrow Trail 2015
Every August the village of Flamborough hosts its annual Scarecrow Festival. The event lasts for a week during which residents and visitors alike can follow ...
St Mary's church, Nottingham
Grade I listed The church dates from the 15th century, although it was built over an earlier 12th century church and some late 14th century fragments we...
Nottingham's new tram routes, opening day
After several weeks of test running with no passengers carried, the new tram routes to Clifton and Toton Lane (Chilwell) finally opened to the public at 0600...
Pewsey Station
Pewsey station is in the village of Pewsey in Wiltshire. The station is on the Berks and Hants line, served by intercity trains operated by First Great Weste...
B6383 Road
The B6383 is a link road in Lancashire It starts at a roundabout on the A56 signed Barnoldswick and goes along Barnoldswick Road. The road is in open countr...
Helmshore Mills Textiles Museum
Helmshore Mills Textile Museum is housed in two adjacent former textile mills, Higher Mill and Whitaker’s Mill, in the quiet village of Helmshore in the Ross...
Old Luss Road
This path, a right of way, leads uphill from Golfhill Drive in Helensburgh's Churchill Estate to Luss Road. The lower part of the route passes through the co...
Sefton Park
Sefton Park is a 235 acre public park in the Sefton Park district of South Liverpool. It is designated by English Heritage at Grade I in the Register of Hist...
B4386 Road
The B4386 runs 26 miles from Shrewsbury to Abermule. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=B4386
Clitheroe War Memorial
Clitheroe Castle and the surrounding park was bought by the people of Clitheroe by public subscription in 1920 and declared a memorial to the men who had los...
Parish Church of St Mary, Sidlesham
St Mary Our Lady, is the Parish church for Sidlesham. The church is down a short lane off the Chichester to Selsey road, by some thatched cottages. The curre...
B2145 Road
The B2145 is the major road down the Manhood Peninsula in Sussex. It starts on the A259 on the eastern edge of Chichester city centre. It heads south, cross...
Rolls Royce, Barnoldswick
Rolls Royce plc is a large employer based in the town. It was originally a cotton mill that Rover used to produce the production version of Whittles gas turb...
Gaunless Railway Viaduct
Gaunless Viaduct, also known as the 'Lands Viaduct', was a railway viaduct in County Durham. It was designed by Thomas Bouch to carry the South Durham and La...
St Margaret's Church, King's Lynn Minster
The Minster and Priory Church of St Margaret, St Mary Magdalene and all the Virgin Saints was founded as a Benedictine Priory in 1101, by Herbert de Losinga,...
The Russell Institute
A striking Category A Listed building http://data.historic-scotland.gov.uk/pls/htmldb/f?p=2200:15:0::::BUILDING:38944 at the corner of Causeyside Street and ...
Shadwell Basin
Shadwell basin was built in 1828 – 1832 as part of the London docks. It was closed to shipping in 1969 and became derelict before redevelopment took place i...
Bellgrove Hotel
The Category B Listed http://data.historic-scotland.gov.uk/pls/htmldb/f?p=2200:15:0::::BUILDING:49927 is a former working men's hostel which is now in use as...
Former Whitevale Baths
A derelict, Category B Listed building http://data.historic-scotland.gov.uk/pls/htmldb/f?p=2200:15:0::::BUILDING:33658 on Whitevale Street, off London Road i...
Worcester re-enactors
For two days in August the historic Spetchley House plays host to hundreds of re-enactors representing hundreds of years of History including the Greeks, Rom...
A638 Road
The A638 runs 55 miles across Yorkshire, from Markham Moor to Chain Bar. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A638
A643 Road
The A643 road runs 17 miles from Outlane to Leeds. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A643
Wembley Stadium
Home of English football and the second largest football stadium in Europe seating 90,000 people. The New stadium was rebuilt between 2003-07 http://www.wemb...
Cockfield Memorial Glebe Garden
Cockfield's Glebe Garden was created in 2011 by school children from Cockfield Primary School and local people to reflect different aspects of Cockfield's co...
Caersws Roman Forts
The Caersws Roman Forts were two forts (Latin: castra) in what later became the Roman province of Britannia Superior. Their remains lie beneath and adjacent ...
Hanlith
Hanlith is a small village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire. It is situated near Kirkby Malham and tourist attraction Malham Cove. It is about 10 mi...
Rinty Monaghan statue, Belfast
A statue, in the Art College grounds, York Street, unveiled on 20 August 2015. The following is a part-quotation from a Belfast City Council press release:...
New Mills Quaker Meeting House
Typical of independent-minded northern industrial towns, the first place of worship to be built in the New Mills area was the Quaker Meeting House on Low Lei...
Tall Ships Belfast 2015
Images taken during the Tall Ships Belfast 2015 / Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival http://tallshipsbelfast.com/ . Belfast was the host city for the start o...
St Mary le Wigford church, Lincoln
Grade I listed The site has had settlements since the Iron Age, and the Roman IX Legion arrived in 50AD, when the area became a busy military base. After ...
Greenberfield Locks
Greenberfield Locks is a flight on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Main Line - Wigan to Leeds) between Greenberfield Bottom Lock No 42 and Greenberfield Top L...
Pendle Way
The Pendle Way is a footpath in the South Pennines which encircles the borough of Pendle. It was officially opened in 1987. The circuit is 45 miles. Its attr...
A653 Road
The A653 runs 9 miles from Dewsbury to Leeds across west Yorkshire. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=A653
Neville Hill Depot
Neville Hill is a railway Train Maintenance Depot located in Osmondthorpe, Leeds, on the Leeds to Selby railway line. The depot code is NL. The depot opened...
John Mowlem
John Mowlem (12 October 1788 – 8 March 1868) was an English stonemason, builder and founder of the quarrying and construction company "Mowlem, Burt and Freem...
Bramley Park
The town park of Bramley in Leeds covers an area of about 14ha on the north-east slop of Beecroft Hill. Current sports facilities include football and rugb...
Dyfi Osprey Project
Situated at the Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve in Wales and managed by the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust. In 2011, the first three chicks hatched and were featur...
Elisabeth Frink's Statue of St Edmund
River Thurne Bungalows
The first bungalow was built beside the former railway bridge near Potter Heigham in the 1890s. Soon other bungalows followed, often replacing boat sheds, wi...
Great Northern Railway trail
The Great Northern Railway opened its line from Keighley to Queensbury in 1884*, connecting with the Bradford to Holmfield line that had opened in 1878. It c...
Arlington Court estate
The Arlington Court estate was acquired by the National Trust in November 1945, from Rosalie Chichester, the then resident of Arlington Court. The estate co...
River Frome (Somerset)
The River Frome is a river in Somerset. It rises near Witham Friary, flows north through Blatchbridge to the town of Frome and joins the River Avon at Freshf...
Adam Sedgwick
Adam Sedgwick (22 March 1785 – 27 January 1873) was one of the founders of modern geology. He proposed the Devonian period of the geological timescale. Later...
Parish Church of St Andrew, Dent
St Andrew's originated in the 12th century, was rebuilt in 1417, restored in 1590, and again in 1787. It is Grade I listed. http://www.britishlistedbuildings...
Tring to Drayton Beauchamp Footpath
This is an ancient footpath that originally ran in a virtually straight line from the centre of Tring across open fields towards Drayton Beauchamp. The Tri...
The Woodhead Tramroad
The Woodhead Tramroad was a plateway that connected the coal mines at Woodhead with the Uttoxeter Canal at East Wall. Construction started in about 1807/8 bu...
Pagham Rife
Pagham Rife is a stream in West Sussex. It rises east of Chichester and travels approximately 11km south to empty into Pagham Harbour.
Leeds-Bradford cycle superhighway
A facility constructed in 2014/15 mainly along the route of the A647 between Leeds and Bradford to provide, as far as possible, a physically segregated cycle...
Gretna Garden City
The township of Gretna was built to accommodate the munition workers at the HM Factory Gretna. In 1915 the mainly female workers were housed in timber dormit...
Cuerden Valley Park
Cuerden Valley Park, south of the M1 and M65 junction, is a pleasant 650-acre country park following the scenic valley of the River Lostock within easy reach...
Former site of the Tyne Iron Works, Lemington
The A47 Road
The A47 is a key trunk road connecting Great Yarmouth, on the east coast of Norfolk, to the city of Birmingham in the West Midlands; a distance of 182 miles....
Armley Park / Gotts Park, Leeds
A large open area among the otherwise densely built up area to the west of Armley, on the top of the scarp slope of Airedale. The western end is shown as ...
Broadview Gardens
A public garden run and maintained by Hadlow College.
Crawick Multiverse
A restoration of the remains of a 22 ha open-cast mining site just north of Sanquhar on the Queensberry Estate of the Duke of Buccleuch [who has privately fu...
Buckingham Road Area, Tring
Buckingham Road is off Miswell Lane, and the East end of the road was formerly the site of the Red House, Miswell Lane, and its gardens. The first part of th...
River Cam (Somerset)
The River Cam is a tributary of the River Yeo in the south of Somerset. The Cam rises east of Yarlington. It flows south west past North Cadbury, Sparkford,...
Reading to Taunton line
The Reading to Taunton line is a major branch of the Great Western Main Line from which it diverges at Reading railway station. It runs to Cogload Junction (...
Castle Cary Station
Castle Cary station serves a largely rural area of the county of Somerset. The station is situated approximately 1 mile north of the town of Castle Cary, and...
Nos 104-118 Comber Road, Dundonald
Property on the Comber Road, Dundonald offered for sale. The agents’ description includes “The subject comprises a cleared site at 104-108 Comber Road, 4 no...
Dent
Dent is a village in Cumbria. It lies in Dentdale, a narrow valley on the western slopes of the Pennines within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is abou...
Sandringham House
Sandringham House is a neo-Jacobean style country house, located on the Royal Sandringham Estate, which lies within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Nat...
Church of St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham
St Mary Magdalene Church is located just to the northwest of Sandringham Estate. It is used regularly as a place of worship by the Estate staff; Members of t...
The Church of St Peter and St Paul, Swaffham
The Church of St Peter and St Paul at Swaffham is one of the finest mediæval churches in East Anglia. It was built between the years of 1454-1465 on the rema...
All Saints, Richmond Hill, Leeds
The present church building of this Anglican parish was built in 1980 to the designs of local architect Peter Hill. It replaced an earlier Victorian church ...