Basic statistics for shared descriptions

Overview

So far we have 12,364 Shared Descriptions, for 6,490 different squares; contributed by 182 users, over the course of 1,827 days.

These are used on 200,689 images; attached by 182 different users, over the course of 1,827 days.

A sample of recent shared descriptions RSS

Combined officers' mess and offices, former RAF Yatesbury :: SU0571
The combined officers’ mess and office block at the former RAF Yatesbury West Camp air base was built in 1936 by the architect Cecil Jones. The building was... (more)
By Vieve Forward. Used on 4 images
St Swithin's church, Lincoln :: SK9771
Grade II*listed The original church on this site was destroyed by fire in the 17th Century. The church is built in Early English style with a western tower... (more)
By Julian P Guffogg. Used on 5 images
Pastscape
Pastscape is a England's archaeological and architectural heritage. it is maintained by English Heritage. Each data set has a short description and is... (more)
By Bob Harvey. Used on 7 images
The Ipswich to Ely Line
The Ipswich to Ely Line is a railway line linking East Anglia to the English Midlands via Ely. There is also a branch line to Cambridge. Passenger services are... (more)
By N Chadwick. Used on 6 images
Outchester or Spindlestone Ducket :: NU1433
Known locally as 'The Ducket', the building is a 65 foot high, tapering tower standing four storeys high and was Grade II Listed in 1969. It is shown on... (more)
By Andrew Curtis. Used on 3 images
Waren Mill :: NU1434
The collection of buildings dates from 1783 but incorporate parts of former mill on the same site. It includes a corn mill (originally water powered, five storeys... (more)
By Andrew Curtis. Used on 3 images
The Bridges Urban Sports Park, Belfast :: J3474
A concrete park built, on previously vacant ground, under the cross-harbour bridges, on the western side of Corporation Street. Officially described by Belfast... (more)
By Albert Bridge. Used on 3 images
College of Arms :: TQ3280
The College of Arms or Herald's College is a royal corporation consisting of professional officers of arms, with jurisdiction over England, Wales, Northern... (more)
By N Chadwick. Used on 4 images
RAF Yatesbury :: SU0571
In 1916, the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) developed two airfields at Yatesbury specialising in training Corps Reconnaissance pilots. Two camps were established either... (more)
By Vieve Forward. Used on 28 images
100 Group RAF
In WW2, 100 Group RAF was responsible for a series of secret operations involving the development and testing of more than 32 different devices. The specially... (more)
By Evelyn Simak. Used on 55 images

Some active shared descriptions

Combined officers' mess and offices, former RAF Yatesbury :: SU0571
The combined officers’ mess and office block at the former RAF Yatesbury West Camp air base was built in 1936 by the architect Cecil Jones. The building was... (more)
By Vieve Forward. Used on 4 images
St Swithin's church, Lincoln :: SK9771
Grade II*listed The original church on this site was destroyed by fire in the 17th Century. The church is built in Early English style with a western tower... (more)
By Julian P Guffogg. Used on 5 images
Pastscape
Pastscape is a England's archaeological and architectural heritage. it is maintained by English Heritage. Each data set has a short description and is... (more)
By Bob Harvey. Used on 7 images
The Ipswich to Ely Line
The Ipswich to Ely Line is a railway line linking East Anglia to the English Midlands via Ely. There is also a branch line to Cambridge. Passenger services are... (more)
By N Chadwick. Used on 6 images
Outchester or Spindlestone Ducket :: NU1433
Known locally as 'The Ducket', the building is a 65 foot high, tapering tower standing four storeys high and was Grade II Listed in 1969. It is shown on... (more)
By Andrew Curtis. Used on 3 images
Waren Mill :: NU1434
The collection of buildings dates from 1783 but incorporate parts of former mill on the same site. It includes a corn mill (originally water powered, five storeys... (more)
By Andrew Curtis. Used on 3 images
The Bridges Urban Sports Park, Belfast :: J3474
A concrete park built, on previously vacant ground, under the cross-harbour bridges, on the western side of Corporation Street. Officially described by Belfast... (more)
By Albert Bridge. Used on 3 images
College of Arms :: TQ3280
The College of Arms or Herald's College is a royal corporation consisting of professional officers of arms, with jurisdiction over England, Wales, Northern... (more)
By N Chadwick. Used on 4 images
RAF Yatesbury :: SU0571
In 1916, the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) developed two airfields at Yatesbury specialising in training Corps Reconnaissance pilots. Two camps were established either... (more)
By Vieve Forward. Used on 28 images
100 Group RAF
In WW2, 100 Group RAF was responsible for a series of secret operations involving the development and testing of more than 32 different devices. The specially... (more)
By Evelyn Simak. Used on 55 images
The Moat Pad and Adders Loanin :: J2741
The Moat Pad and the Adders Loanin are two linked paths across drumlin land between Lowtown and Benraw. These are well maintained and waymarked by Banbridge... (more)
By Eric Jones. Used on 18 images
No 127 Gt Victoria Street, Belfast :: J3373
A building at the corner of Gt Victoria Street and Stroud Street currently (December 2014) advertised for sale. The agents’ website contains the following: “The... (more)
By Albert Bridge. Used on 3 images
Grace Darling :: NU1734
Grace Darling (24 November 1815 – 20 October 1842) was an English lighthouse keeper's daughter who became a national heroine following the wreck of the... (more)
By Andrew Curtis. Used on 7 images
Chesterfield Station :: SK3871
Chesterfield station opened in 1840. It lies on the Midland Main Line. Four tracks pass through the station which has three platforms. It is currently operated by... (more)
By N Chadwick. Used on 5 images
Spindlestone Heughs Defended Settlement :: NU1533
An Iron Age multivallate defended settlement above the Whin Sill Crags at Spindlestone Heughs. It is located on a naturally defensive position which takes... (more)
By Andrew Curtis. Used on 4 images
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