Basic statistics for shared descriptions

Overview

So far we have 11,586 Shared Descriptions, for 6,166 different squares; contributed by 177 users, over the course of 1,713 days.

These are used on 184,273 images; attached by 177 different users, over the course of 1,713 days.

A sample of recent shared descriptions RSS

Barnstaple Junction to Victoria Road :: SS5632
The route of the line which once ran between Barnstaple Junction (Southern Railway) and Victoria Road Station (GWR).
By Roger A Smith. Used on 5 images
Lowestoft :: TM5493
Lowestoft is a town in Suffolk, England. In 2010 it had a population of 58560 (or 71010 if the civil parishes of Carlton Colville and Oulton are included)... (more)
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 7 images
Hill Covert :: TM5496
Hill Covert is a wood in Lowestoft, England. A body was found in it in 2009 http://www.lowestoftjournal.co.uk/news/body_found_in_search_for_lowestoft_man_1_513348.
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 5 images
St Mary the Virgin, Ross on Wye :: SO5924
Grade I listed The church consists of a nave with north and south aisles, chancel, a south chapel, north and south porches and a west tower with spire. The... (more)
By Julian P Guffogg. Used on 3 images
Church of St Nicholas, Askham :: SK7374
A simple church consisting of west tower, nave and chancel. The church was restored in 1907 and the south porch was added at this time. The layout of the church... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 10 images
Church of St Peter, Headon-cum-Upton :: SK7477
The current church consists of nave, aisles and chancel with a west tower, with the oldest fabric dating back to the 13th century, although there was probably an... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 12 images
Great Yarmouth :: TG5207
Great Yarmouth is a town in Norfolk, England. See http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/ for more info.
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 10 images
Jaywick :: TM1513
Jaywick is a village in the Golf Green ward, in Tendring, Essex... (more)
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 4 images
Souterrain at Tealing :: NO4138
More often known as ‘earth-houses’, souterrains [‘underground’] were probably mostly used for storage rather than as dwellings. Large ones, like this Tayside... (more)
By M J Richardson. Used on 8 images
Church of St Helen, Grove :: SK7379
The church was built in 1882 by Hodgson Fowler in late Decorated style adjacent to the site of the medieval church. It consists of nave and chancel with west tower... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 5 images

Some active shared descriptions

Barnstaple Junction to Victoria Road :: SS5632
The route of the line which once ran between Barnstaple Junction (Southern Railway) and Victoria Road Station (GWR).
By Roger A Smith. Used on 5 images
Lowestoft :: TM5493
Lowestoft is a town in Suffolk, England. In 2010 it had a population of 58560 (or 71010 if the civil parishes of Carlton Colville and Oulton are included)... (more)
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 7 images
Hill Covert :: TM5496
Hill Covert is a wood in Lowestoft, England. A body was found in it in 2009 http://www.lowestoftjournal.co.uk/news/body_found_in_search_for_lowestoft_man_1_513348.
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 5 images
St Mary the Virgin, Ross on Wye :: SO5924
Grade I listed The church consists of a nave with north and south aisles, chancel, a south chapel, north and south porches and a west tower with spire. The... (more)
By Julian P Guffogg. Used on 3 images
Church of St Nicholas, Askham :: SK7374
A simple church consisting of west tower, nave and chancel. The church was restored in 1907 and the south porch was added at this time. The layout of the church... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 10 images
Church of St Peter, Headon-cum-Upton :: SK7477
The current church consists of nave, aisles and chancel with a west tower, with the oldest fabric dating back to the 13th century, although there was probably an... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 12 images
Great Yarmouth :: TG5207
Great Yarmouth is a town in Norfolk, England. See http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/ for more info.
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 10 images
Jaywick :: TM1513
Jaywick is a village in the Golf Green ward, in Tendring, Essex... (more)
By Hamish Griffin. Used on 4 images
Souterrain at Tealing :: NO4138
More often known as ‘earth-houses’, souterrains [‘underground’] were probably mostly used for storage rather than as dwellings. Large ones, like this Tayside... (more)
By M J Richardson. Used on 8 images
Church of St Helen, Grove :: SK7379
The church was built in 1882 by Hodgson Fowler in late Decorated style adjacent to the site of the medieval church. It consists of nave and chancel with west tower... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 5 images
Church of All Saints, Eaton :: SK7177
The church was built in 1860 as a replacement for the previous Norman building to a design by George Shaw of Manchester. It consists of nave, chancel, vestry and... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 3 images
Church of St Peter, Gamston :: SK7076
The church is largely Perpendicular, consisting of west tower, nave and south aisle and chancel. Significant earlier work includes the 13th century Early English... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 5 images
Church of St Paul, West Drayton :: SK7174
A simple church consisting nave and chancel under a continuous roof. 12th century in origin, of which the south door remains, although all the windows are later.... (more)
By Alan Murray-Rust. Used on 7 images
Glasgow Humane Society :: NS5964
Founded in 1790, Glasgow Humane Society is the world's oldest practical life-saving society. The society is based in the Officer's House on Glasgow... (more)
By Thomas Nugent. Used on 7 images
The wreck of the Diamond, 1912 :: TA1675
The Diamond was a steam trawler, built in 1891 in Glasgow. She was 100.5 ft long and weighed 149.0 tons. Returning to Hull from a fishing trip on 9th January,... (more)
By JThomas. Used on 3 images
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