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5 images in cluster Known as the Butter in NZ0516

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in NZ0516, near Barnard Castle

NZ0516 : The Market Cross by Bob Harvey
The Market Cross
When: 11 September, 2017
By: Bob Harvey
NZ0516 : Barnard Castle Market Cross by G Laird
Barnard Castle Market Cross
When: 3 April, 2017
By: G Laird
NZ0516 : The Market Cross, Barnard Castle by Russel Wills
The Market Cross, Barnard Castle
When: 12 August, 2016
By: Russel Wills
NZ0516 : Market Cross, Barnard Castle by Alexander P Kapp
Market Cross, Barnard Castle
When: 24 June, 2011
By: Alexander P Kapp
NZ0516 : Barnard Castle, The Butter Market by David Dixon
Barnard Castle, The Butter Market
When: 24 June, 2011
By: David Dixon

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Other Automatic clusters in NZ0516

  1. Bowes Museum
  2. Market Place
  3. Church in Barnard Castle
  4. Galgate
  5. Bank
  6. Market Cross
  7. Bowes' Museum Garden
  8. Hall
  9. Newgate
  10. Grade I Listed Building
  11. Blagraves House
  12. Blue Plaque
  13. Sign
  14. Centre
  15. Musician
  16. Horsemarket
  17. Public House
  18. Cricketers Arms
  19. Waterloo Yard
  20. Turks Head
  21. Traffic
  22. St Mary's Parish Church Interior
  23. Gates
  24. Coach Horses
  25. Known as the Butter
  26. Golden Lion
  27. Telephone Box
  28. Room 2 at the Old
  29. Sir Roderick Murchison
  30. Filling Station
  31. Stained Glass Window
  32. Stone Wall
  33. Formal Gardens
  34. Gift to the Town
  35. French Style
  36. King Street
  37. Raby Arms Hotel
  38. Hardware Shop
  39. Entrance Gates
  40. Birch Road
  41. Looks Like
  42. Durham County Council
  43. Tree Stump
  44. Morrisons Supermarket
  45. Silver Swan
  46. Armillary Sphere Memorial
  47. Wider View of the Public House
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