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Rye Golf Club
Rye is a links course located on the sand hill at Camber. The club opened in 1894. Website: http://www.ryegolfclub.co.uk/
Church of All Saints, Mattersey
The church consists of nave and chancel with north and south aisles, extending part way alongside the chancel, west tower and south porch. The current chu...
B6165 Road
The B6165 runs 14 miles along the River Nidd from Glasshouses to Knaresborough. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=B6165
Meynell Hall
Meynell Hall is a Grade 1 listed building and has been known by that name since 1547. Prior to the dissolution of the monasteries it was known as Parva Broct...
Shambles Square
Shambles Square is a square in Manchester, created in 1999 to house the rebuilt Old Wellington Inn and Sinclair's Oyster Bar next to The Mitre Hotel. The bu...
Beaulieu Green Open Space
Beaulieu Green Open Space is a grassed area by the cliff top next to Beaulieu Rd, Cooden.
The Place Aparthotel (London Warehouse)
Grade II listed. http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-388112-london-warehouse- , this former railway warehouse was built in 1867 during the peak of Man...
Church of St Wilfrid, Scrooby
The church consists of nave and chancel with continuous south aisle, west tower with spire and south porch. The structure is basically early 15th century, th...
Piccidilly Basin
The Piccadilly Basin is located in Manchesters Northern Quarter. It is where the Rochdale and Ashton Canals join. The area is due for redevelopment in the ne...
Canal St, Manchester
Canal Street is the centre of the Manchester Gay Village. The pedestrianised street, which runs along the west side of the Rochdale Canal, is lined with gay ...
St Luke's church, Whyteleafe
A small Anglican parish church in the suburb of Whyteleafe south of Croydon. Built in 1864 with later additions including the "transept" (parish room) of 19...
Nos 697-699 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast
An application for planning permission (Z/2014/0887/F) “697-699 Upper Newtownards Road Belfast BT4 3NT Partial change of use of existing bank premises to vet...
The Parish Church of St Thomas the Apostle, Mellor
The Parish Church of St Thomas was built on the crest of a hill overlooking the village of Mellor. It is situated within the boundaries of an Iron Age Fort, ...
Mellor War Memorial
The war memorial at Mellor is in the form of a granite stone cross set in a small memorial garden in the triangle of land bounded by Longhurst Lane, Parkside...
St Andrew's church, Slaidburn
An Anglican parish church on the southern extremity of the village. It dates from the 15th century with 17th century additions and internally mainly 18th ce...
B2128 Road
The B2128 is a medium-length B-road, mostly in the Surrey Hills. It runs parallel to the A281. The road runs 12.6 miles from Wonersh Common to Bucks Green, v...
B3205 Road
The B3205 is a shortish road in the Dartmouth Area parallel to the A379. It runs 4.5 miles from Stoke Fleming to Hillhead, via the Kingsweir Ferry. Starting...
Church of St. Andrew and St Mary
The pretty church of St. Andrew and St Mary is famous in literature as the source of the Rupert Brooke’s time for tea. It is a building of clunch and rubble,...
Witham Navigable Drains
The origin of the group of navigable drains in the fens to the north of Boston lies in the Acts of Parliament passed in 1801 and 1803 to enable improvements ...
Barnham Broom
Barnham Broom is a village in Norfolk. The village is situated on the River Yare, 9 miles West of Norwich and 4 miles North-West of Wymondham. At the centr...
Former Park Parade School site, Belfast
A site bounded by the Ormeau Embankment and the Ravenhill Road. It lay vacant for some time. Part of it has been developed with social housing. The remain...
Library Walk
A curved footpath between Manchester Central Library and the Town Hall Extension linking St Peter's Square to Mount Street.
B1080 Road
The B 1080 runs 5.5 miles from Brantham to Freston past Alton Water in Suffolk.
B1229 Road
The B1229 runs 7 miles from Reighton to Flamborough.
B1259 Road
The B1259 runs 1.7 miles from Flamborough to Flamborough Head.
B1255 Road
The B1255 is a 5 mile long B-road from Bridlington to Thornwick Bay, via Flamborough. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=B1255
Flamborough Castle
Flamborough Castle was originally a medieval fortified manor house, founded by Constable family. In 1351 and 1352, Marmaduke Constable founded the stone cast...
B6212 Road
The B6212 is a short link road (0.7 mile) to the west of Bury town centre. It starts on the B6213 Tottington Road and heads south along Fenton Street. Afte...
The Albert Bridge, Belfast
The first bridge, across the River Lagan at Maysfields, opened in 1831. It was constructed in hammered whinstone, had five arches and owned by a private com...
B6196 Road
The B6196 is a 4 mile long cross country road in in north of Greater Manchester It starts at the A676 in Bradshaw, Bolton and goes along Lea Gate then Longs...
Black Sluice Pumping Station
Although the station is responsible for pumping the area of the Black Sluice Internal Drainage Board, it is operated by the Environment Agency, not the Board...
B1108 Road
The western end of the B1108 is at Bodney (on the A1065). The road skirts the northern end of the danger area to reach Threxton Hill where it rejoins its ori...
B1078 Road
The B1078 runs 30 miles, east to west, from Needham Market to Tunstall Forest across rural Suffolk.
B1077 Road
The B1077 is a 57 mile long rural road from Ipswich to Swaffham. It starts in Ipswich town centre and heads north. It crosses a railway line via a level cro...
B2000 Road
The B2000 is a short access to Cliffe from the Medway Town suburbs, a distance of 4 miles. It starts on the B2108, crosses the A289 at a grade separated junc...
Bucknall Hospital
Built 1886 as a smallpox hospital, soon became a general isolation hospital. In the second half of the 20th century it became the centre for geriatric care f...
Rescue boats etc on the River Lagan
Some photographs showing the boats etc of the NI Community Rescue Service http://www.communityrescue.org/index.php and the NI Fire and Rescue Service on the ...
Havering Country Park
Havering Country Park is a mixture of grassland and mature mixed woodland. The park was formerly part of the estate of Havering Palace. It is now owned by th...
B6265 Road (North Yorkshire)
The B6265 is a long-way-round B-road in north Yorkshire, connecting the A59 with itself via the Yorkshire Dales. It runs 45 miles from Skipton to Green Hamme...
Stump Cross Caverns
Stump Cross Caverns is a limestone cave system between Wharfedale and Nidderdale in North Yorkshire. The caverns at Stump Cross are located beneath Greenhow...
B2182 Road
The B2182 starts at Traffic Lights signs on the A259 at Collington a suburb of Bexhill. Initially the road runs South to the sea at Cooden Beach. Before rea...
B2192 Road
The B2192, runs 10 miles from Earwig Corner [[1838834]] on the A26 immediately northeast of Lewes as far as Blackboys, between Uckfield and Heathfield.
B2096 Road
The B2096 is a medium-length B-road heading west of Battle in Sussex. It manages a journey of almost 10 miles without reaching any classified roads except fo...
B2099 Road
The B2099 starts south of Frant at Sleeches Cross [[2218240]] leaving the A267. It then goes South Eastwards. It goes under the London - Hastings Railway Li...
B2169 Road
The B2169 starts on the A267 south of Royal Tunbridge Wells. It goes into East Sussex and passes Frant Railway Station on the London - Hastings line. It the...
B2160 Road
The B2160 starts at a roundabout on the A228 north of Paddock Wood and goes South. It crosses the London - Ramsgate Railway Line near Paddock Wood Station a...
B2017 Road
The B2017 is a short (4 miles) rural road from Tonbridge to Paddock Wood [[3307155]], Via Tudley and Five Oak Green.
B2028 Road
The B 2028 runs 20 miles from Heywards Heath to Den Cross. It is a long B-road south of London. It forms an unofficial outer bypass of East Grinstead. The ...
B2026 Road
The B2026 runs 20 miles north - south from Westerham to Maresfield, via Edenbridge. it crosses Ashdown Forest. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?...
B2027 Road
The B2027 starts at a 'give way' sign on the B2026 between Edenbridge High Street and the Railway Station. It passes through Mowshurst and turns right at th...
B2176 Road
The B2176 runs 5 miles from the A26 at Southborough [[1403612]] to the B2027 at Chiddingstone Causeway [[1263693]], via Bidborough and Penshurst.
B2188 Road
The B2188 runs approximately 10 miles from Penshurst to Camp Hill in The Ashdown Forest, via Groombridge. The road is in two sections, Camp Hill to Groombrid...
Museum of Science and Industry
The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Manchester, is a large museum devoted to the development of science, technology and industry with emphasis on th...
Great Northern Leisure and Shopping Complex
The Grade II* listed Great Northern Warehouse http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-461733-deansgate-goods-station-and-attached-car is now a lively leis...
Bury Bolton Street Station
It was formerly the main station serving the town, with links north to Ramsbottom, Rawtenstall and Bacup or to Haslingden and Accrington; and south to Radcli...
The Art Picture House
An elaborate and complete example of an early 1920s cinema, exceptionally theatrical in its plan and decoration. The first theatre on the site was a conversi...
The Pioneer Mill
One of the larger mills in Radcliffe, the Pioneer Mill, built between 1905 and 1906, ceased weaving in July 1980 — the last mill in Radcliffe to use cotton. ...
Abraham Moss Community School
Abraham Moss Community School is a community school for children aged 5 to 16 located on a 19 hectare site situated on Crescent Road in the Crumpsall/Cheetha...
Church of St Botolph, Barford
St Botolph's church was built in a number of stages, beginning in the 12th or 13th century. The nave was rebuilt around 1470, extensive restoration work was ...
A3(M) Motorway
The A3(M)is a 5 mile long motorway running between Bedhampton and Horndean in Hampshire. The road was built in 1979.
Remains of a circular structure
On the White Tower Crag, the western peak of Dumbarton Rock – http://www.geograph.org.uk/snippet/203 – this structure now surrounds a toposcope (viewfinder p...
The Ancient House (Sparrows House)
The Ancient House, Ipswich, also known as Sparrowes House, is a Grade I listed building http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-275410-the-ancient-house-s...
Ashburys Station
Ashburys station in Openshaw serves Beswick and West Gorton in Manchester. It is located on the Manchester-Glossop Line at its junction with the branch line ...
A6010 Road
Thev A 6010 is part of the Manchester intermediate ring Road. It runs 10 miles from Higher Broughton to Chorlton-cum-Hardy. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wi...
Open Sided Barns
Often called a Dutch barn. Used for the storage of hay; open sided to allow wind to permeate and dry the hay out.
Bristol
Bristol is a city, county and local authority. In 2011 it had a population of 428234 http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadKeyFigures....
Church of St Margaret, East Barming
Surrounded by peace and tranquility the church was built in the Norman period (12th Century) and has a characteristic triangle of east windows and a tower in...
Church of St Mary and All Saints'
When King Edward I seized the land for his walled town and castle, the abbey was moved to Maenan, in the Conwy Valley. The abbey church in Conwy became the p...
Hebden
Hebden is a village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, and one of four villages in the ecclesiastical parish of Linton. It lies near Grimwith Reservo...
Chapel of St Nicholas, Pett Level
The church of St Nicholas Pett Level was originally owned by the Admiralty and known as Rocket House. It was used by the coastguards to house equipment until...
Real Ale Wobble
An annual piece of mountain-bike tomfoolery, organised by the fine folks of Green Events in Llanwrtyd Wells, and run around the hills just to the north of th...
Tonbridge to Pembury A21 road dualling
Clearing works began in Autumn 2014 for the long mooted dual carriageway on Pembury road, linking two existing dual carriageways at Tonbridge and Pembury. ...
The Star Inn, Normans' Bay
The Star Inn was formerly a sluice house and became an inn around the time of the civil war in Cromwell’s era. It almost certainly got its name “star” becaus...
Waller's Haven
Waller's Haven is a slow flowing river in East Sussex. It drains the eastern part of Pevensey Levels and Hooe Levels. The river is formed by the junction of ...
Normans' Bay
Normans Bay is a coastal hamlet in the Pevensey Levels area of East Sussex. Contrary to popular belief it does not take its name from the Norman conquest of...
Greenhow
Greenhow is a village in North Yorkshire, often referred to as Greenhow Hill. The term how derives from the Old Norse word haugr meaning a hill and a mound. ...
NET Phase 2, November 2014
Photographs showing the construction of the tramway extensions to Clifton and Chilwell. The trackwork is finally complete and good proportion of overhead wi...
East Suffolk County Hall
The original county hall building was designed by William McIntosh Brooks and completed in 1837 as a prison and law court. It became the headquarters of East...
The Regent Theatre, Ipswich
The Regent Theatre is a theatre and concert venue located in St Helen's Street. The auditorium was recently refurbished and now holds 1,551 people, having lo...
The River Lagan in flood 14/15 November 2014
Prolonged rain, during November 2014 (especially on 13 November), caused many rivers and drains to overflow, leading to extensive flooding in many parts of N...
Mangotsfield Rural
Mangotsfield Rural is a civil parish in South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire. In 2011 it had a population of 12439 http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov....
Pucklechurch
Pucklechurch is a village and civil parish in South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire. In 2011 it had a population of 2904 http://www.neighbourhood.statistics...
Lyde Green
Lyde Green is a hamlet and housing development in Pucklechurch/Mangotsfield Rural parishes, in South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire. See http://www.bristol...
Redleaf Wood
Redleaf Wood is a mixed deciduous and conifer woodland near Penshurst. The deciduous trees are coppiced.
Stoke Gifford
Stoke Gifford is a civil parish in South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire. In 2011 it had a population of 15494 http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/di...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Everton
This church consists of nave and chancel with north aisle extending alongside the chancel as Lady Chapel, south cancel chapel, south porch and west tower. ...
Church of St Andrew the Great
A Victorian Church http://www.druidic.org/camchurch/churches/camgtandrew.htm Grade II listed. http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-47730-church-of-st...
Mistley
Mistley is a village and civil parish on the B1352, east of Manningtree in Tendring district, Essex. It also includes the settlements of New Mistley, Mistley...
River Stour, Suffolk
The River Stour is a river in Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire see http://www.foxearth.org.uk/StourFromSourceToSea.html and http://www.riverstourtrust.org/a...
Ipswich railway station car park
Ipswich railway station car park is a car park at Ipswich Station, Suffolk. It is located east of the station itself.
Chancery Road
Chancery Road is a road in Ipswich, Suffolk. It is part of the A137, carrying the eastbound traffic on the one way system.
Borderville: New home for The Daniels
"The Daniels" are Stamford AFC, a football team formed in 1894 when two clubs, Stamford Town and Rutland Ironworks, amalgamated. They have played all their ...
Scottish Air Ambulance Service Memorial
The memorial, standing at the junction of Sandy Road and Newmains Road in Renfrew, commemorates members of the Scottish Air Ambulance Service who operated fr...
Sandbanks Ferry
Sandbanks Ferry is a vehicular chain ferry which crosses the entrance of Poole Harbour in Dorset. The route runs from Sandbanks to Studland and in doing so c...
Willis Building
The Willis Building is a building on Friars Street/Princes Street, in Ipswich, Suffolk. It is Grade I Listed http://list.english-heritage.org.uk/resultsingle...
Church of St Peter and St Paul, Gringley on the Hill
The church consists of nave, chancel, north and south aisles, the former extending alongside the chancel, west tower and south porch, with work from every ce...