Freston Tower
Freston Tower is a six-story red brick folly south of Ipswich, Suffolk in the village of Freston. It stands on the banks of the River Orwell.
Arguably the oldest folly in England, the tower has v...
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Luttrell's Tower
Luttrell's Tower is a three-storey stuccoed yellow brick folly south of Southampton, Hampshire, England, near the village of Calshot. It has a six-storey circular stair turret extending above the rest...
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Brinkburn Mill
Brinkburn Mill is a water mill located near Rothbury, in Northumberland. It once formed part of the precincts of Brinkburn Priory and was constructed in around 1800 on the site of a former medieval mi...
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Culloden Tower
Culloden Tower was built as a parkland ornament or folly in about 1746 on the estate of John Yorke MP, at Richmond, North Yorkshire. It is also known as The Cumberland Temple, in celebration of the vi...
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Marshal Wade's House
Marshal Wade's House at 14 Abbey Church Yard, Bath, Somerset, England was built around 1700 and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.The building was originally attributed to Lord Burlingt...
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Beckford's Tower
Beckford's Tower, originally known as Lansdown Tower, is an architectural folly built in neo-classical style on Lansdown Hill, just outside Bath, Somerset, England.
Standing 120 feet (37 m) h...
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Lundy pony
The Lundy Pony is a breed of pony first developed on Lundy Island in England. The breed originated in 1928, when the owner of the island, Martin Coles Harman, introduced 34 New Forest pony mares, eigh...
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Robin Hood's Hut
Robin Hood's Hut is a small pavilion in the grounds of Halswell House, Goathurst, Somerset, England.It was built between 1740 and 1760 by Sir Charles Kemeys-Tynte. It had three rooms: an earth-floored...
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Marine Nature Reserve
Marine nature reserve (MNR) is a conservation designation officially awarded by a government to a marine reserve of national significance.
Marine nature reserves were introduced in the UK by the W...
Appleton Water Tower
The Appleton Water Tower is a Victorian water tower located in Sandringham, Norfolk. It was constructed in 1877 at the behest of the then Prince George, to improve the quality of the water supply to t...
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Abbey Gatehouse, Tewkesbury
Abbey Gatehouse is a gatehouse building to Tewkesbury Abbey, in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. The building was constructed in around 1500 A.D, and has a single large room at first-floor level accessed ...
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Laughton Place
Laughton Place is a historic building near Lewes, Sussex owned by the Landmark Trust. The Pelham family bought Laughton Place, an old fortified manor, in 1466; it was rebuilt in 1534 by William Pelham...
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Landmark Trust
The Landmark Trust is a British building conservation charity, founded in 1965 by Sir John and Lady Smith, that rescues buildings of historic interest or architectural merit and then makes them availa...
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Landmark Trust Lundy Island Philatelic Archive
The Landmark Trust Lundy Island Philatelic Archive was donated to the British Library by the Landmark Trust in 1991 and consists of artwork, essays, proofs and issued stamps of Lundy from 1969. The co...
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Cawood Castle
Cawood Castle is a grade I listed building in Cawood, a village in North Yorkshire, England. The surviving fifteenth-century structures formed part of a fortified medieval palace belonging to the Arch...
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The White House, Aston Munslow
The White House in Aston Munslow, Shropshire is a medieval hall house that has undergone considerable alteration over the centuries. It is a grade II* listed building.
The exterior of the current ...
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Bath House, Warwickshire
The Bath House was built in 1748 for Sir Charles Mordaunt of the nearby Walton Hall mansion, near Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. It was designed by the architect Sanderson Miller. As well as the b...
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Alton Towers railway station
Alton Towers railway station is a disused railway station in the village of Alton, Staffordshire, England. The station was on the North Staffordshire Railway's Churnet Valley Line from Macclesfield to...
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Crownhill Fort
4°07′48″W / 50.41361°N 4.13000°W / 50.41361; -4.13000Crownhill Fort is a Royal Commission Fort built in the 1860s in Crownhill as part of Lord Palmerston's ring of land defenc...
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Beamsley Hospital
Beamsley Hospital is an Almshouse building located near Skipton, in North Yorkshire, and founded in 1593 by the Lady Margaret Russell, the Countess of Cumberland. She had originally intended for the c...
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Clavell Tower
2°7′48″W / 50.60694°N 2.13000°W / 50.60694; -2.13000Clavell Tower, also known as Clavell Folly or the Kimmeridge Tower, is a Grade II listed Tuscan style tower built in 1830. ...
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List of people on stamps of Lundy
This is a list of people who have appeared on the postage stamps of Lundy. Dates given are the first year a person was featured on a stamp from Lundy.This list is complete through 2006.
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Swarkestone Hall Pavilion
Swarkestone Hall Pavilion also known as Swarkestone Stand and The Grandstand is a 17th-century pavilion 200 metres north of the ruins of Swarkestone Hall, Swarkestone, Derbyshire. It is a Grade I list...
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The Pigsty
The Pigsty is a folly located next to Fyling Hall School, near Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire, England. A wooden building, it was once a functioning home for pigs but is now operated by the Landmar...
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Canons Ashby House
Canons Ashby House is a Grade I listed Elizabethan manor house located in the village of Canons Ashby, about 11 miles (17.7 km) miles south of the town of Daventry in the county of Northamptonshi...
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Lundy
Lundy is the largest island in the Bristol Channel. It lies 12 miles (19 km) off the coast of Devon, England, about a third of the distance across the channel from Devon, England to south Wales. ...
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Banqueting House, Gibside
The Banqueting House is part of the former Gibside estate, near Newcastle upon Tyne. A banqueting house is defined as a separate building reached through pleasure gardens from the main residence, whos...
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Tixall Gatehouse
Tixall Gatehouse is a 16th-century gatehouse situated at Tixall, near Stafford, Staffordshire and is all that remains of Tixall Hall. It is a Grade I listed building. The hall was demolished in 1927. ...
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Ancient House, Clare
The Ancient House is a medieval timber-framed building located in Clare in Suffolk. It is a Grade I listed building. The oldest part of the building is the west wing, dating from the 14th century, whi...
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St Helena's Church, Lundy
Saint Helena's Church, also known as the Church of St Helena, is an Anglican church on the 445 ha island of Lundy, lying at the mouth of the Bristol Channel, 18 km off the north coast, and p...
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