New Year's Day 2004

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2 Knaresborough to Dartmoor

SE3457 : St John's Church by beamcottage
An ancient church, part of the Parish of Knaresborough along with Holy Trinity, St. John's at Brearton and St Mary's at Goldsborough.
by beamcottage

SE3155 : Stray by DS Pugh
Part of Harrogate's stray under snow on New Year's Day 2004.
by DS Pugh
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SE2335 : Snowy Day on Calverley Lane by Anton Robinson
The first day of 2004 and a sudden snow storm hits Leeds.
Photograph taken with Sony Cybershot DSC-U30.
by Anton Robinson

SE6922 : M62 at Rawcliffe by Martin Loader
The M62 motorway with Bramley Wood in the background. Photographed from Dobeller Lane, Rawcliffe.
by Martin Loader

SJ3589 : Fountain by jonathan
The square has been transformed with 3,600 square metres of high quality granite paving. The largest blocks in the square measure 1.5m by 750mm and each weigh about half a tonne. The granite was specially imported from China.
The fountain was designed by Fountains Direct Ltd, from Surrey. It recirculates 37,000 litres of water every two hours and is serviced by a pump room underneath the fountain. Mersey poet Roger McGough was commissioned to write the poem which surrounds the fountain. About the nature of water, the poem is designed to be read from any starting point around the edge of the fountain.
by jonathan

SJ3388 : Ship repair yard,  Birkenhead by Colin Pyle
View from a Mersey Ferry of the repair yard with Birkenhead Priory in the right distance.
by Colin Pyle

N5127 : Croghan Briquette Factory at Mount Lucas Offaly Ireland by Kenneth Gallery Smyth
Croghan Briquette Factory, Mount Lucas, closed in 2000.
by Kenneth Gallery Smyth

SH5156 : Slate quarry, Moel Tryfan by Richard Webb
Now abandoned but one of many such holes in the ground in this area.
by Richard Webb

TG0820 : Typical property by Whitwell Common by Gill  Stott
As with many public houses in rural areas, this old inn has now been renovated as a home.
by Gill Stott

TM5176 : Southwold Pier by Debbie Willcox

Built in 1900 as a landing stage for steamships that brought tourists from London, it was originally 250 metres long. Southwold Pier now extends 190 metres into the North Sea, having lost its landing stage in a storm in 1934.

SN4258 : Allt Castellgeifr by Cered

Conifer plantation on the edge of mixed woodland near Tudor Chalet Park.

SO5719 : Goodrich Castle by John Phillips
A grey day on the battlements
by John Phillips

TL0405 : Railway sidings and station car park, Hemel Hempstead by Graham Hale
View from railway bridge on Roughdown Road looking towards Hemel Hempstead railway station. This is the west coast main line and one of the busiest in Europe. The car park was once allotments. The sidings once used for goods are now employed only for maintenance work.
by Graham Hale

TQ0663 : Brooklands motor racing  track by Gary Davies
Picture shows the 'Members' Banking', looking ENE with the Members' Bridge in the background. The location is immediately adjacent to the intersection of the River Wey and the railway line.
by Gary Davies

TQ4739 : Red Telephone Box at B2026 crossroads near Holtye by Robert Ore
Red K6 telephone box at A264/B2026 crossroads near Holtye.
by Robert Ore

ST3432 : Westonzoyland Pumping Station by Paul Stephens
This building houses a rare example of an Easton and Amos grasshopper pumping engine. The only steamable example in its original building.
by Paul Stephens

SY3592 : Cliffs of Black Ven above the Spittles by N Chadwick
Interbedded clays & sandstones make this area prone to landslides
by N Chadwick
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SY6990 : Corn Exchange by Nigel Mykura
This building with its unusual corner clock tower also houses the town hall.
by Nigel Mykura

SY8680 : Worbarrow Bay by DACP
Looking W from Worbarrow over Worbarrow Bay, the inlet of Arish Mell and Lulworth Camp in the distance

SZ5677 : Ventnor Beach by Ivan Hall
Weird light that day.
by Ivan Hall

SX6172 : The summit of Royal Hill - Dartmoor by Richard Knights
This is a tor in all in name. There are very good north facing views from here.
by Richard Knights


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