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3 images in cluster East Gate in SJ9223

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in SJ9223, near Stafford


SJ9223 : East Gate, Stafford by Alan Murray-Rust
East Gate, Stafford
When: 16 August, 2017
By: Alan Murray-Rust
SJ9223 : Pennycroft Flats by Simon Huguet
Pennycroft Flats
When: 25 November, 2008
By: Simon Huguet
SJ9223 : Old Town Wall, Stafford by Simon Huguet
Old Town Wall, Stafford
When: 25 November, 2008
By: Simon Huguet

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Other Automatic clusters in SJ9223

  1. East Gate
  2. Town Centre (of which 1 shown above)
  3. Eastgate Street (of which 1 shown above)
  4. Car Park (of which 1 shown above)
  5. Flats (of which 1 shown above)
  6. Tower Block (of which 1 shown above)
  7. St Mary
  8. Greengate Street
  9. Shops
  10. Market Square
  11. Town House
  12. Church of St Mary the Virgin
  13. River Sow
  14. Bridge
  15. Council Offices
  16. Mill Bank
  17. St Chad's Church
  18. Buildings on the Right
  19. Mary's Collegiate Church
  20. Building Dates
  21. St George's Hospital
  22. Church Dates
  23. South Walls
  24. Church Lane
  25. Gaolgate Street
  26. Entrance
  27. Timber Framed
  28. Crossing
  29. Staffordshire County
  30. Shire Hall
  31. Bench Mark
  32. Post Office
  33. Gaol
  34. Coach Horses
  35. Stafford Prison
  36. Swan Hotel
  37. William Salt Library
  38. Ancient High House
  39. River Sow Looking
  40. Borough Hall
  41. Showing Signs of their former Glory
  42. Swan on Greengate Street
  43. Nags Head
  44. Corner of Greengate Street
  45. Closed and Archaeological Surveys are being Carried
  46. Right Hand
  47. George Gilbert Scott Snr
  48. Party Stall
  49. North Transept
  50. Lady Chapel
  51. Marston Road
  52. West Window
  53. South side of the Chancel
  54. Showing Position of Postbox
  55. Bay Windows
  56. Looking from Salter Street
  57. Classical Style
  58. Restorations Took Place in the 1870s
  59. Pub Belonged to Enterprise Inns
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