Blakeney Harbour Blakeney is a beautiful village on the Norfolk coast. It became a fishing port after it was founded in 1240 but today relies on us tourists. Blakeney Point is where you'll find Blakeney National Nature Reserve (National Trust) & it is home to a variety of birds & plants.
Stepcote, Exeter, Devon - This street is one of the oldest surviving parts of Exeter, located in the West Quarter. Its name comes from the Old English word for steep. The hill has been used as the main route into Exeter from the river since Roman times.
Margate. That formerly uncool seaside resort in north-west Kent, has had quite the revamp. It is part of Thanet, which also includes the seaside towns of Ramsgate and Broadstairs, and was recently mentioned in Frommers must-see destinations for 2011. Margate is packed with quirky cafes and vintage shops, and it's also home to the new Turner Contemporary gallery.
Southwold Beach, Suffolk The jewel in the crown of East Suffolk seaside resorts, Southwold’s tranquil demeanour does nothing to betray its colourful history. Blazing fires and blustering gales over the centuries have been responsible for major refurbs to the pier and what are now known as the Southwold ‘Greens’, now frequented by beach-goers hoping to enjoy a slice of traditional seaside fun.
Raglan Castle, Wales in the county of Monmouthshire. This structure, dating from the 15th century, it lasted until until the 17th century when it was compromised. Owned by the Somersets (Troy and Badminton), it was allowed to decline and is now a romantic attraction. Sir Charles Beaufort Somerset 1460-1516 and Elizabeth Herbert 1476-1510 lived there.
60132 "Marmion": This 1950's view of British Railways A1 Class Pacific loco 60132 'Marmion' was taken at Haymarket, Edinburgh. The recently completed A1 'Tornado' carries the number 60163, continuing the number sequence. Marmion was a batch of loco's named after Sir Walter Scott's characters/books and she regularly covered the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to Kings Cross. Even at rest she looks a formidable piece of equipment. Photo by Alredbus
Pier in Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland. Lerwick is the capital and main port of the Shetland Islands, Scotland, located more than 100 miles off the north coast of mainland Scotland on the east coast of the Shetland Mainland.