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6 images in cluster Stained Glass Window

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in SP1106, near Bibury


SP1106 : Stained glass window, Bibury church by Philip Halling
Stained glass window, Bibury church
When: 28 July, 2018
By: Philip Halling
SP1106 : The 1992 26p Christmas stamp  by Philip Halling
The 1992 26p Christmas stamp
When: 28 July, 2018
By: Philip Halling
SP1106 : Detail of window in Bibury church by Philip Halling
Detail of window in Bibury church
When: 28 July, 2018
By: Philip Halling
SP1106 : Bibury, St. Mary's Church: c13th lancet window with Karl Parsons stained glass 1927 by Michael Garlick
Bibury, St. Mary's Church: c13th lancet window with Karl Parsons stained glass 1927
When: 27 May, 2017
By: Michael Garlick
SP1106 : Stained Glass Window : Church at Bibury by Pam Brophy
Stained Glass Window : Church at Bibury
When: 29 April, 2006
By: Pam Brophy
SP1106 : And There Was Light : Church at Bibury by Pam Brophy
And There Was Light : Church at Bibury
When: 29 April, 2006
By: Pam Brophy

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Other Automatic clusters in SP1106

  1. Stained Glass Window
  2. St Mary (of which 3 shown above)
  3. River Coln
  4. Arlington Row Cottages
  5. Swan Hotel
  6. Gloucestershire
  7. Road
  8. B4425 Arlington
  9. Arlington Mill
  10. Rack Isle
  11. Footbridge
  12. Stone
  13. Bridge
  14. Mill in Bibury
  15. Picturesque
  16. National Trust
  17. Bibury Court Hotel
  18. Trout Farm
  19. Seen
  20. Bibury after Snowfall at Dusk
  21. Gardens
  22. Near
  23. Cotswold Village
  24. Scene in Bibury
  25. Footpath
  26. Looking
  27. Alongside the B4425
  28. Bibury Post Office
  29. Graveyard
  30. Tomb
  31. Awkward Hill
  32. Duck
  33. Hipped Roof Dormers
  34. Listed Building with English Heritage Building ID
  35. Font
  36. Water Birds
  37. Reverse View
  38. Norman North door with Palm Leaf Design
  39. Cottages still have Sand Bags
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