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Addison Avenue

Addison Avenue, London W11

37-55 Addison Avenue Addison Avenue is located in the Norland Conservation Area, in North Kensington. This was first designated in 1969. All the houses on Addison Avenue...

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Blog Northern outfall sewer 1902-06

Channelsea Bridge

The Original Northern Outfall Sewer under construction The Channelsea River is a tidal river in London, one of the Bow Back Rivers that flow into the Bow Creek part of the...

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Garden Museum

The Tradescant Gate, Garden Museum

Tradescant House John Tradescant the elder and his son, also John, were famous gardeners to King Charles I and Henrietta Maria, making gardens at the Queen's House, Greenwich,...

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61-69 Oakley Gardens

Oakley Gardens, Chelsea

2-10 Oakley Gardens - on the south side of the centre In the mid-nineteenth century Oakley Crescent (later Oakley Gardens) was constructed to the west of Manor Street on the...

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Hope portrait by Henry Bone

The Mausoleum to the Hope Family

Portrait of Thomas Hope in Turkish Costume by Henry Bone after the portrait of 1798 by William Beechey. Pera Museum Thomas Hope (1769–1831), was a merchant banker, author,...

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Aviary

The Aviary, Dropmore Park

Barbara Jones. The Aviary, Dropmore, Buckinghamshire. Lithograph, 1971 Dropmore House is a large detached late eighteenth century mansion which stands in its own estate of 220...

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Main Gates

Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge

Main Gates Mary Stevens Park is a public park located to the south of Stourbridge, in the Borough of Dudley. It is approximately 13.65 hectares in area and contains a number of...

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Epsom War Memorial

Epsom War Memorial

Epsom War Memorial - credit War Memorials Online The Epsom War Memorial is located at the junction of Ashley Road and Treadwell Road, in Epsom, Surrey. It is an eighteen feet...

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Drapers' Arms

Drapers’ Hall

The Arms of The Worshipful Company of Drapers - (Credit: Marie Lynskey) The Worshipful Company of Drapers is one of the 110 livery companies of the City of London and one of...

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Hyde Park Lodge

Hyde Park Lodge

Hyde Park Lodge is a Grade II Listed building of 1825 by Decimus Burton. It is located at Hyde Park Corner, to the north west of Wellington Arch and west of the Decimus...

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London Road, Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells

London Road, Tunbridge Wells (before) It is often a straightforward matter when it comes to providing general advice or steering clients towards appropriate paints and paint...

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9.2 inch gun

Rottnest Island Gun Battery, Western Australia

Preserved 9.2 inch gun - Vic Jeffery Rottnest Island is one of Australia's smallest inhabited islands - it is 11 kilometres long and 4.5 kilometres at its widest point. The...

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Beverley Market Cross - Wikipedia

Market Cross, Beverley, East Yorkshire

I am frequently asked for advice on the redecoration of historic structures. This may be by local authorities, heritage bodies or residents concerned at intended development...

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Lord Henley's Bridge © http://www.waymarking.com

Lord Henley’s Bridge

Lord Henley's Bridge © http://www.waymarking.com Bridge 69, known as Pulpit or Armchair bridge, is on the Hanslope-Northampton-Rugby Loop Line and was built by the London &...

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Victoria Bridge, Bath 1849

Victoria Bridge, Bath

The Victoria Bridge in 1849 The Victoria Bridge in Bath was designed and constructed in 1836 by local brewer James Dredge to link the Upper Bristol Road and Lower Bristol Road....

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