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ST3188 : Southern edge of Newport Castle by Jaggery Southern edge of Newport Castle by Jaggery
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Viewed from the western end of Town Bridge. The ruins of the castle are on the... (more)
ST3188 : East side of Newport Castle by Jaggery East side of Newport Castle by Jaggery
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The ruins of the castle are on the west bank of the River Usk, viewed from... (more)
SO7745 : Churchyard cross by Bob Harvey Churchyard cross by Bob Harvey
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A mediaeval cross pillar with a replacement head which dates from 1896 This... (more)
SY5997 : Remains of the 15th century Market Cross, Maiden Newton by Jaggery Remains of the 15th century Market Cross, Maiden Newton by Jaggery
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On the corner of Church Road and Dorchester Road in 2018. An information... (more)
SN9668 : Site of the former Rhayader Castle by Jaggery Site of the former Rhayader Castle by Jaggery
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Located on a promontory above the River Wye, the site today is open ground... (more)
SO4107 : Medieval churchyard cross in St Cadoc's churchyard, Raglan by Jaggery Medieval churchyard cross in St Cadoc's churchyard, Raglan by Jaggery
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The medieval churchyard cross on a three-step stone base, with a 19th century... (more)
NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey by Bob Harvey Egglestone Abbey by Bob Harvey
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An in-camera panorama from the access road, taking in the bulk of the Church ruins.
NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey: Cloister and Church by Bob Harvey Egglestone Abbey: Cloister and Church by Bob Harvey
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NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey: The church by Bob Harvey Egglestone Abbey: The church by Bob Harvey
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NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey: The Cloister ranges by Bob Harvey Egglestone Abbey: The Cloister ranges by Bob Harvey
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Looking through the site of the Transepts toward the remaining parts of the... (more)
SS7597 : Remains of Neath Castle by Jaggery Remains of Neath Castle by Jaggery
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Viewed along Castle Street. The Castle Wales website states that Neath Castle... (more)
NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey: The Nave by Bob Harvey Egglestone Abbey: The Nave by Bob Harvey
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The original 1225 outline of the nave is visible along with the southwards... (more)
NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey by Bob Harvey Egglestone Abbey by Bob Harvey
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View from across the River Tees. This image is one constituent of NZ0615 : Egglestone Abbey in the landscape
SO5300 : Towards Tintern Abbey by Jaggery Towards Tintern Abbey by Jaggery
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Viewed across the A466. The Abbey Church of St Mary (Tintern Abbey) was erected... (more)
SO5300 : Ruins of Tintern Abbey by Jaggery Ruins of Tintern Abbey by Jaggery
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The Abbey Church of St Mary (Tintern Abbey) was erected c1269-c1320. This... (more)
SJ2473 : Remains of Flint Castle by Jaggery Remains of Flint Castle by Jaggery
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The south side of the castle viewed from Castle Dyke Street. The north side of... (more)
SU1242 : Visitors at Stonehenge by David Dixon Visitors at Stonehenge by David Dixon
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Some of the many visitors who flock to see the ancient stones at Stonehenge.... (more)
SX1867 : Church of St Neot - single cross by Stephen Craven Church of St Neot - single cross by Stephen Craven
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This, along with three ancient crosses in the churchyard SX1867 : Church of St Neot - three crosses, form a... (more)
SX1867 : Church of St Neot - three crosses by Stephen Craven Church of St Neot - three crosses by Stephen Craven
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These three ancient crosses in the churchyard, along with the main churchyard... (more)
SU1242 : Stones of Stonehenge by David Dixon Stones of Stonehenge by David Dixon
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Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most important and famous prehistoric monument... (more)
SU1242 : Stonehenge  - "hanging stone" by David Dixon Stonehenge - "hanging stone" by David Dixon
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Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most important and famous prehistoric monument... (more)
SU1242 : Stonehenge from the North by David Dixon Stonehenge from the North by David Dixon
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Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most important and famous prehistoric monument... (more)
SU1242 : Stonehenge from the East by David Dixon Stonehenge from the East by David Dixon
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Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most important and famous prehistoric monument... (more)
SU1242 : Visitors at Stonehenge by David Dixon Visitors at Stonehenge by David Dixon
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A party of tourists approach the stone circle at Stonehenge. Stonehenge is... (more)
SU1242 : Standing Stones at Stonehenge by David Dixon Standing Stones at Stonehenge by David Dixon
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Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most important and famous prehistoric monument... (more)
SU1242 : Stonehenge by David Dixon Stonehenge by David Dixon
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Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most important and famous prehistoric monument... (more)
SD7907 : Radcliffe Tower by David Dixon Radcliffe Tower by David Dixon
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Category: Scheduled Monument
The green plaque in front of the ruins reads: "The tower was built by... (more)
SD7513 : Affetside Cross, Watling Street by David Dixon Affetside Cross, Watling Street by David Dixon
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The cross at Affetside is a listed grade II structure, believed by many to be of... (more)
SD7513 : Affetside Cross and Millennium Green by David Dixon Affetside Cross and Millennium Green by David Dixon
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A listed grade II structure, believed by many to be of Roman origin (possibly... (more)
TQ2105 : Shoreham-by-Sea: The Marlipins by Nigel Cox Shoreham-by-Sea: The Marlipins by Nigel Cox
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The Marlipins, now a local and maritime museum, is thought to have originally... (more)
SK2168 : Anglian Cross Shaft, Bakewell Church by Peter Barr Anglian Cross Shaft, Bakewell Church by Peter Barr
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Grade 1 listed structure dating from early C10. Of gritstone, its tapered... (more)
SK2168 : Holme Bridge, Bakewell (2) by Peter Barr Holme Bridge, Bakewell (2) by Peter Barr
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Pack-horse bridge of 1664. with "five segmental arches, two smaller arches,... (more)
SD7907 : Radcliffe Tower plaque by David Dixon Radcliffe Tower plaque by David Dixon
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The green plaque in front of the ruins of SD7907 : Radcliffe Tower reads: "The... (more)
SE3651 : Spofforth Castle by Stephen Craven Spofforth Castle by Stephen Craven
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An interpretation board on site explained that the visible remains include some... (more)
TQ7353 : River Medway: East Farleigh bridge (1) by Nigel Cox River Medway: East Farleigh bridge (1) by Nigel Cox
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The bridge is both a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade I Listed Structure.... (more)
SK2260 : Rainslow Scrins, looking south-east from Moor Lane by Christine Johnstone Rainslow Scrins, looking south-east from Moor Lane by Christine Johnstone
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Rainslow Scrins is a nationally important ancient lead mining area, and a... (more)
SK2260 : Rainslow Scrins, looking west to Blake Low trig point by Christine Johnstone Rainslow Scrins, looking west to Blake Low trig point by Christine Johnstone
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Rainslow Scrins is a nationally important ancient lead mining area, and a... (more)
SK2260 : Rainslow Scrins, looking north from Moor Lane by Christine Johnstone Rainslow Scrins, looking north from Moor Lane by Christine Johnstone
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Rainslow Scrins is a nationally important ancient lead mining area, and a... (more)
SK2260 : Moor Lane at Rainslow Scrins by Christine Johnstone Moor Lane at Rainslow Scrins by Christine Johnstone
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Rainslow Scrins is a nationally important ancient lead mining area, and a... (more)
ST9386 : Scheduled Ancient Monument, St John's Court, Malmesbury  by Jaggery Scheduled Ancient Monument, St John's Court, Malmesbury by Jaggery
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On the corner of High Street and St John's Street, St John's Court is... (more)
TR1458 : River Great Stour, Westgate by David Dixon River Great Stour, Westgate by David Dixon
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TR1458 : West Gate, Canterbury by David Dixon West Gate, Canterbury by David Dixon
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TR1458 : Canterbury, West Gate by David Dixon Canterbury, West Gate by David Dixon
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Entry to the city from St Dunstan's Street.
TR1457 : Canterbury City Wall, Pin Hill by David Dixon Canterbury City Wall, Pin Hill by David Dixon
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TR1457 : Canterbury City Wall by David Dixon Canterbury City Wall by David Dixon
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SD7907 : Radcliffe Tower by David Dixon Radcliffe Tower by David Dixon
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The green plaque in front of the ruins reads: "The tower was built by... (more)
SD4945 : Garstang Market Cross by David Dixon Garstang Market Cross by David Dixon
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This Market Cross, standing in Market Place, outside the Royal Oak public house... (more)
SD7907 : Radcliffe Tower by David Dixon Radcliffe Tower by David Dixon
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The green plaque (SD7907 : Radcliffe Tower plaque) in front of the ruins reads: "The tower... (more)
SK9771 : Remains of North Tower of Lindum Colonia East Gate by David Dixon Remains of North Tower of Lindum Colonia East Gate by David Dixon
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This is the site where the east gate of the Roman Fort (and later city, Lindum... (more)
SE0746 : The Doubler Stones from the north-west by Stephen Craven The Doubler Stones from the north-west by Stephen Craven
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From this angle the anvil shapes of the two principal rock columns are evident.... (more)
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