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Beverley

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North Bar, Beverley
 
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North Bar, Beverley
 
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St. Mary's Church, Beverley
 
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Haddon Hall - Derbyshire

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Entrance to the Hall
 
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Topiary showing families' emblem
 
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Topiary showing families' emblem
 
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Gateway into the Hall
 
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The Hall main entrance
 
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Interior courtyard
 
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The Hall main entrance
 
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Gargoyles on the wall of the main entrance
 
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Gargoyles on the wall of the main entrance
 
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Fireplace and working surfaces in the kitchen
 
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Fireplace in the kitchen
 
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Worn away surface used for grinding
 
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Storage in the kitchen
 
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Ovens
 
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Butchery area
 
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Interior hallways
 
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Ancient tapestry
 
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Stairs made from one tree
 
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Fireplace
 
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Early use of glass
 
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Plasterwork over the fireplace
 
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Plaster Tudor Rose in the ceiling
 
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Roof detail
 
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Roof and walls
 
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Wood paneling in the long gallery
 
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Early use of glass
 
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A harpsichord
 
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The long gallery
 
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The long gallery
 
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Door in the long gallery
 
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Plasterwork above the fireplace
 
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The Hall from the gardens
 
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The Hall from the gardens
 
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The Hall from the gardens
 
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The river Derwent meanders through the estate
 
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The Hall from the gardens
 
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Family crest above a window
 
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Ceiling decoration, Tudor Rose
 
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Wooden panels in a room
 
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Ceiling decoration, a dog
 
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Early picture of St Christopher carrying the Christ child in the chapel
 
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The altar
 
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Date roof was renovated
 
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Altar detail
 
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Scenes from the life of Saint Nicholas, discovered during renovation
 
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Scenes from the life of Saint Nicholas, discovered during renovation
 
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Hampton Court

Photographs courtesy of Roger Foster, eRiding Media Library.
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The west front to Hampton Court
 
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The west front
 
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Tower at the west front
 
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Coat of arms by the gate
 
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Ann Boleyn's Gate
 
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Ann Boleyn's Gate
 
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Tudor chimney detail
 
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Tudor chimney detail
 
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Guides in period costume
 
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The astronomical clock in clock court
 
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The astronomical clock
 
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The astronomical clock
 
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The astronomical clock
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens
 
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The Tudor kitchens wine cellar
 
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Passage way from the kitchen to the King's dining room
 
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Entrance to the Royal chapel
 
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Georgian courtyard
 
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Georgian courtyard
 
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Georgian courtyard
 
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Stone vase in the great fountain garden
 
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East front
 
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East front
 
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Great Fountain garden
 
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East front from the Great Fountain garden
 
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London

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Houses of Parliament, London
 
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Wingfield Manor, Derbyshire

Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned here three times.

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Wingfield manor high on a hill
 
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The tower and chimneys
 
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Fireplaces at different levels
 
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Fireplaces at different levels
 
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A north facing wall
 
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Decorated window style
 
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Chimneys
 
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Chimneys
 
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The tower and chimneys
 
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Woodern beams in the barn
 
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The barn floor
 
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Doorway with family crest
 
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Family crest detail
 
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Window style
 
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Detail of pillars in the undercroft
 
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Stone roof boss
 
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The undercroft
 
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Open courtyard
 
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The tower
 
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Ruins from the tower
 
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Ruins from the tower
 
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Ruins from the tower
 
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Great hall showing different floor levels
 
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Doorway into the great hall
 
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Windsor Castle

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Castle Hill
 
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The Round Tower
 
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South Side of the Castle
 
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Carving of St George
 
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St George's Gate
 
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Entrance to the Royal apartments in the Upper Ward
 
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Clock at the apartment's entrance
 
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The Round Tower
 
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Middle Ward entrance
 
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Round Tower from the Middle Ward
 
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Soldier on guard duty
 
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St George's Chapel
 
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King's statue on the chapel wall
 
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St George's Chapel
 
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Lower Ward
 
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Statue of St George in the chapel cloister
 
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Statue of St George in the chapel cloister
 
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Roof lines at St George's Chapel
 
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Statue in the chapel wall
 
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Round Tower and St George's Chapel from the Lower Ward
 
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Tudor Mews and St george's Chapel from the Lower Ward
 
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Soldier on guard duty
 
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Statue of Queen Victoria at Castle Hill
 
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Windsor Castle view
 
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Windsor Castle view
 
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Windsor Castle view
 
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Windsor Castle view
 
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Town centre restaurants
 
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The Guildhall completed by Sir Christopher Wren
 
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Prince George of Denmark
 
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The Guildhall
 
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Queen Ann
 
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Victorian letter box
 
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The Crooked House Tea Rooms
 
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The Crooked House Tea Rooms
 
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1894 Royal Train at Windsor station
 
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1894 Royal Train at Windsor station
 
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1894 Royal Train at Windsor station
 
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1894 Royal Train at Windsor station
 
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Eton School Chapel
 
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York

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York: Merchant Adventures hall
 
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York: Merchant Adventures hall
 
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York: Merchant Adventures hall
 
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York: Shambles
 
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York: Alley behind church
 
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York: Minster from Petergate
 
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York: Minster from Petergate
 
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York: Minster from Petergate
 
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York: St William's College
 
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York: St William's College
 
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York: Treasurer's House
 
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York: Treasurer's House
 
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York: Treasurer's House
 
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York: Little Shambles
 
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York: Little Shambles
 
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York: Timber-frame building
 
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York: Timber-frame building
 
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York: Minster from the street
 
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York: Arrow slit at Bootham Bar
 
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York: Minster from the walls
 
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York: Minster from the walls
 
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York: Minster from the walls
 
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York: Minster from the walls
 
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York: Minster from the walls
 
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York: Bowes Morrell House
 
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York: Bowes Morrell House
 
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York: Bowes Morrell House
 

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