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Flash, EnglandFlashEnglandThree Shires Head (where Cheshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire meet). Area now known as Flash because coin counterfeiters worked here so they...Wasdale Head, EnglandWasdale HeadEnglandThe view of Wastwater in the Lake District. It is England's deepest lake and is surrounded by mountains like Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain.Chapel le Dale, EnglandChapel le DaleEnglandThe Ribblehead Viaduct, a 24 arched viaduct and grade II listed building on the Settle to Carlisle railway. It measures 32 metres high and 400...Lindisfarne Castle, EnglandLindisfarne CastleEnglandLindisfarne is a tidal island in Northumberland, also known as Holy Island. Connected with the land by a narrow causeway and cut off from the rest...Hardwick Hall, Bolsover, EnglandHardwick HallBolsover, EnglandOne of the most splendid houses in England. Built by Bess of Hardwick in the 1590s and unaltered since, yet its huge windows and high ceilings make...River Dee - Chester, Chester, EnglandRiver Dee - ChesterChester, EnglandQueen's Park Suspension Bridge. This pedestrian bridge was opened on 18 April 1923, replacing an earlier Victorian bridge built in 1852. This...Thirsk, EnglandThirskEnglandThe infamous Busby Stoop Chair Thomas Busby, coiner and drunkard, murdered his father-in-law Daniel Auty in 1702. He was arrested, tried and...Monument to the Great Fire of London, London, EnglandMonument to the Great Fire of LondonLondon, EnglandThese are just a few of the 311 steps of The Monument! It stands in Monument street off Fish Street Hill in the City of London. Built between 1671...London Museum, Swalwell, EnglandLondon MuseumSwalwell, EnglandThe British Museum is current hosting, amongst others, the exhibition: Hajj journey to the heart of Islam which is running until April. In the...9 Albert Embankment, London, England9 Albert EmbankmentLondon, EnglandLovely timber seats made from old English Oak. They were commissioned by the London Borough of Lambeth to celebrate White Hart Dock, once the...Virginia Water, EnglandVirginia WaterEnglandErnest the Owl At Savill Gardens today saw this wonderful owl in the visitor centre. Made from recycled cardboard packaging from all items...Royal Festival Hall, London, EnglandRoyal Festival HallLondon, EnglandThis is such an interesting idea. Following the death of a loved one, artist Candy Chang turned the side of an abandoned house in her neighbourhood...Tooting, London, EnglandTootingLondon, EnglandBelieve it or not this is the local bingo hall! This Grade 1 listed building started life in 1931 as a theatre, before becoming a cinema. Gala...British Museum London, London, EnglandBritish Museum LondonLondon, EnglandDesigned by Foster and Partners, the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court transformed the Museum’s inner courtyard into the largest covered public square...Sea Life Centre, Birmingham, EnglandSea Life CentreBirmingham, EnglandGulliver the Giant Green Turtle is approximately 50 years old and hangs around with Molokai, our other Green Sea Turtle. They are both vegetarian,...Newbold, Chesterfield, EnglandNewboldChesterfield, EnglandEyre Chapel stands on the highest point of Newbold Village, at the meeting point of four ancient trackways. It isn't known who first built a chapel...Severndroog Castle, London, EnglandSeverndroog CastleLondon, EnglandDesigned by a Mr. Jupp, this folly was built in 1784 by Lady James in the grounds of what was then Park Farm Place. She built the tower following...Sherborne, EnglandSherborneEnglandColours of the Norfolk regiment presented after the battle of Waterloo. On display in Sherborne Abbey.Lakeside, EnglandLakesideEnglandWindermere, at 10.5 miles long, one mile wide and 220 feet deep, is the largest natural lake in England, and is fed by numerous rivers. The Romans...Cowling Mill, Cowling Brow, Chorley, PR6 0QG, Chorley, EnglandCowling Mill, Cowling Brow, Chorley, PR6 0QGChorley, EnglandCowling Mill, in Cowling Lane, dates back to 1906. The building first opened as a cotton mill and was later used for the production of spiral wound...
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