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N 1.7K B 148.5K C 96 E May 18, 2020 F Feb 21, 2021
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this picture was taken under the first lockdown under the government rules we were allowed to spend all day in the parks clifton suspension bridge bristol england u.k

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N 611 B 4.6K C 27 E Aug 2, 2020 F Feb 8, 2021
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Bristol grew up on the banks of the Rivers Avon and Frome. Since the 13th century, the rivers have been modified for use as docks including the diversion of the River Frome in the 1240s into an artificial deep channel known as "Saint Augustine's Reach", which flowed into the River Avon.[1][2] Saint Augustine's Reach became the heart of Bristol's docks with its quays and wharfs.[2] The River Avon within the gorge, and the River Severn into which it flows, has tides which fluctuate about 30 feet (9 metres) between high and low water. This means that the river is easily navigable at high-tide but reduced to a muddy channel at low tide in which ships would often run aground. Ships had no option but to be stranded in the harbour for unloading, giving rise to the phrase "shipshape and Bristol fashion" to describe how ships and their secured cargo were capable of taking the strain of repeated strandings on the mud.

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N 791 B 6.5K C 34 E Aug 23, 2019 F Feb 7, 2021
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The Eastbourne Pier Company Ltd was formed in 1865. The first pile was driven on April 18th 1866. Lord Edward Cavendish officially opened the pier, designed by Eugenius Birch, on 13th June 1870. However, work on the 1000 foot pier, landing stage, kiosk and windbreak was not finally completed until 1872. A storm washed away the shoreward end on New Year’s Day 1877. It was rebuilt at a higher level.

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N 847 B 7.2K C 32 E Sep 3, 2018 F Jan 31, 2021
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Dorset is a county in southwest England. It’s known for the Jurassic Coast, a long stretch on the English Channel where the cliffs contain many fossils, and rock formations show millions of years of geological history. Two prominent natural landmarks are Durdle Door, an ancient stone arch, and the layered cliffs at nearby Lulworth Cove. The towns of Poole, Weymouth and Swanage are popular for their sandy beaches.

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N 2.1K B 115.2K C 156 E Aug 24, 2019 F Jan 23, 2021
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The Royal Pavilion was built for the Prince of Wales, who later became Prince Regent, then King George IV of England. This former royal residence was built as a seaside retreat in Brighton for the Prince. Architecturally designed in the Moslem/Indian style,

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