A First World War aircraft hanger purchased by Westons in 1926. They re-erected it to service their
The sun dial and Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge, River Thames and The Shard
Sky Garden in the top of the 'Walkie Talkie Building'.
A Grade I listed royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
On the side of the Basingstoke Canal at Brookwood.
Near the Bronze Age hill fort of Liddinton Camp.
Erected in 1899 to mark 1000 years since his death
The 16 locks that form the steepest part of the flight at Caen Hill.
One of only eight privately owned toll bridges in the UK. Typical means of construction in the 1700s
In the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire.
Folly in the grounds of Blaise House, featured in Jane Austin's Northanger Abbey
Scipio had been the slave of Charles William Howard of the Great House, Henbury.
A Splendid example of a pilloried market house. Tetbury market is held on a Wednesday under the Mark
Work started on the Market House in 1617 and it was completed in 1668.
Situated in the centre of the market town of Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
Open ground floor where markets were held and upper storey which was used as a council chamber and c
13th century bridge built to enable pack horses cross the river.
Situated on the Victoria Embankment overlooking the River Thames.
Barbury Castle on the horizon.
Also known as Bratton White Horse, this monument is located just below Bratton Camp, an Iron Age hil
The granary was supported on the staddle stones to prevent rats climbing in and eating the grain.
A feast for the eyes... who knows what you'll find here!
Can you identify this church please?
This splendid castle is situated in Herefordshire at the foot of the Malvern Hills.
A 19th-century re-creation castle. It was built between 1811 and 1820 for the 1st Earl Somers. Much
Good example of Robert Adam's early work set in a 'Capability Brown' landscape.
One of Bath's most iconic landmarks, the Royal Crescent was built between 1767 and 1775 and designed
The second largest stone circle in the country (Avebury being the largest). 113 metres in diameter w
This used to be a toll house. A beautiful small two storey thatched house, hexagonal in shape. Near
A megalithic burial chamber built around 6000 years ago. The capstone is one of the largest in Brita
Only the large stones of the inner chamber remain. These were once covered by a long earthen mound.
Batsford Arboretum & Garden Centre is located just a mile and a half from the historic Cotswold mark
Sculpture of a traditional Chinese guardian lion. It has its paw on the globe demonstrating supremac
Officially renamed the Prince of Wales Bridge in 2018. Linking England and Wales via the M4 motorway
This photo displays just how slender this suspension bridge is!
Viewed from the the banks of the Severn near the Severn Bridge Hotel.
One of the three ferries (others being Severn King and Severn Queen) which carried cars and passenge
The 'Old' Severn Bridge, connecting England and Wales via the M48.
The underside of the bridge at Beachley.
Viewed from the cycle path of the Severn Bridge,
Completed in 1756, this bridge had the longest span in Europe. It was constructed with a single span
Now home of the Digital Mansion Corsham.
Featured in a Channel 4 documentary.
Wroxeter was once the 4th largest Roman city in Britain.
One of Bristol’s favourite landmarks. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
You can see the 19th century lock up on the side of the bridge.
Stanley's grave, St Michael and All Angels Churchyard, Pirbright, Surrey
The text says He discovered Livingstone and revealed the source of the Nile and Congo and was the m
The SDR - South Devon Railway - celebrated 60 years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth in June, 1912.
Completed in 1762 as a gift for Princess Augusta, the founder of the Gardens. Designed for Kew by Si
From 18metres above the ground a new perspective of trees is gained.
In the Costswolds. Gloucester Road, Painswick, Gloucestershire, GL6 6TH
In the Costswolds. Gloucester Road, Painswick, Gloucestershire, GL6 6TH.
After dropping some passengers off at Clevedon Pier the Balmoral continues on her way to Ilfracombe.
Built during the 1860s to attract tourists and provide a ferry port for rail passengers to South Wal
Fifteenth century castle with spectacular gardens and maze.
A portion of the maze view from the central twoer.
Reconstructed round house at Llangorse Lake.
Located in the centre of Miserden in the Cotswolds.
A Jacobean manor house, located near the village of Stanway in the Cotswolds. Noted for its fountain
The tallest fountain in Britain and the tallest gravity fed fountain in the world.
The Old Lock & Weir, Ferry Road, Hanham Mills, Bristol, BS15 3NU.
Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company.
The waterfront in Bristol.
One of the four M Shed cargo cranes.
Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7NW
On Saturdays and Wednesdays there's a market in the High Street selling all manner of wares.
Historic house in the town of Berkeley (Berkley or Barkley), Gloucestershire. It is believed that Ki
Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 0LZ. Home of the Lansdowne family since 1754. The house is surrounded
NP16 7LQ. Tidenham, near Chepstow.
Aqua jet fun. NP16 7LQ. Tidenham, near Chepstow.
Chard TA20 4LU. Twelfth century Cistercian monastery converted into a family home in the mid sevente