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N 24 B 4.7K C 99 E Feb 24, 2007 F Feb 1, 2012
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This is quite an old shot, but I thought it was worth an outing. Sidmouth is one of my favourite towns, tucked in between two gorgeous Devon red sandstone cliffs. Taken with my first Nikon D50.

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N 1 B 2.2K C 5 E Oct 6, 2010 F Oct 7, 2010
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A boat leaves the bottom of ten narrow locks at Foxton Locks, near Market Harborough in Leicestershire. This is on the Grand Union Canal.

Tags:   Leicestershire canals canal boats canal locks Foxton Locks Grand Union Canal

N 8 B 2.6K C 6 E Sep 28, 2011 F Sep 29, 2011
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The Presbytery is so named because it is here that the priests, or presbyters, officiate. It was dedicated in 1252 in the presence of King Henry III and Prince Edward. At the east of the Presbytery is the High Altar. The marble reredos, in the Italian style, was designed by George Gilbert Scott, the architect of the Victorian restoration. Its five panels depict the events of Holy Week, the last week of Jesus' life, from his entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to his death on Good Friday. The central panel shows the last supper.

Tags:   Ely Cathedral Ely cathedrals churches Cambridgeshire

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These chapel ruins - St Helen's Oratory - are on the headland at Cape Cornwall, a few miles from Lands End. The land is owned by the National Trust.

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N 9 B 3.3K C 23 E Aug 14, 2008 F Jan 3, 2010
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The River Great Ouse at Ely's delightful riverside. The name comes from the island of eels, and eel-fishing used to be an important local industry. The riverside pub is a popular venue.

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