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7 images in cluster Ruin in TG2219

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in TG2219, near Waterloo/TG2219


TG2219 : Fields at Hainford by Gareth Hughes
Fields at Hainford
When: 11 December, 2009
By: Gareth Hughes
TG2219 : Hainford All Saints ruined church by Adrian S Pye
Hainford All Saints ruined church
When: 21 May, 2009
By: Adrian S Pye
TG2219 : The ruined church of All Saints by Evelyn Simak
The ruined church of All Saints
When: June 2007
By: Evelyn Simak
TG2219 : The ruined church of All Saints by Evelyn Simak
The ruined church of All Saints
When: June 2007
By: Evelyn Simak
TG2219 : Hainford All Saints' (Old) Church by Gareth Hughes
Hainford All Saints' (Old) Church
When: 2 November, 2006
By: Gareth Hughes
TG2219 : Old Church, Hainford, Norfolk - Ruin by John Salmon
Old Church, Hainford, Norfolk - Ruin
When: 1 September, 2005
By: John Salmon
TG2219 : Old Church, Hainford, Norfolk - Ruin by John Salmon
Old Church, Hainford, Norfolk - Ruin
When: 1 September, 2005
By: John Salmon

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Other Automatic clusters in TG2219

  1. Ruin
  2. Saints Church (of which 4 shown above)
  3. Hainford All Saints (of which 2 shown above)
  4. Norfolk (of which 2 shown above)
  5. Saints' Churchyard (of which 2 shown above)
  6. New Church (of which 2 shown above)
  7. Surrounded by the Churchyard (of which 2 shown above)
  8. Notice (of which 1 shown above)
  9. B1354 Waterloo Road
  10. Sign
  11. Junction with Newton Road
  12. Junction with Stratton Road
  13. Chequers Public House
  14. Old Church Roads
  15. Postbox No.NR10 1003
  16. Haynford
  17. Chequers Public House Sign
  18. Bluebell Wood Burial Park
  19. Hainford Primary Partnership School
  20. Pollard Road
  21. Roadsign
  22. Daffodils
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