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Over 300 Articles and Locations

The British Museum

Entry Fee? – This museum is free to enter. However, any exhibitions that are on may be ticketed and must be purchased from the ticket stool located in the Great Court.  Brief Description of the museum? – Established in 1735 and located in Bloomsbury, the…

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Royal London Hospital Museum

Entry Fee? – Free entry to the museum  Brief Description of the museum? – Housed in the former crypt of a nineteenth century church, the Royal London hospital is home to a plethora of outstanding artefacts relating to the hospitals 278-year history in the East-End…

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Bank of England Museum

Entry Fee? – This museum is free to enter.  Brief Description of the museum? – Located within the Bank of England itself, this museum is a fascinating insight into the history of the bank from its foundation in 1694 to the present day. As the…

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IRA Stoke Newington 1992 shootout

Despite being a methodical and highly problematic adversary to UK authorities for over 30 years, the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) did not always execute its plans as they were designed, as was the case on the 14th of November 1994.  At 1 pm a…

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Kenneth Howorth Memorial

The story of the Troubles is a tale fraught with terror and devastation, for a very long period of time the IRA cast a vast shadow over the city of London. However, for the citizens of the British Capital there were shining beacons of optimism…

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Docklands Bombing 1996

The resolution of the Troubles and the peace that has been enjoyed since were not always as assured as it may now seem, on numerous occasions the peace process could have collapsed completely. On the 9th of February 1996 a massive Provisional Irish Republican Army…

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Binchester Roman Fort

Binchester Roman Fort, named Vinovia by the Romans, is located just over 1 mile outside of the town of Bishop Auckland. The fort is the largest in County Durham and dates from the 1st century AD, a time when Roman occupation was still a relatively…

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Piercebridge Roman Fort and Bridge

Visitors to the village of Piercebridge will find not one, but two Roman sites to enjoy - a Roman bridge and a Roman fort.  The first bridge to be built at Piercebridge was constructed to cross the River Tees at the point where the Roman…

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Ravenglass Roman Bath House

The impressive remains of Ravenglass Roman bath house are the tallest and most substantial to be found in northern Britain. Built around 130 AD, the bath house served the nearby fort and civilian settlement (vicus) at Ravenglass.  The fort’s location at Ravenglass harbour gave the…

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Piddington Roman Villa

Following the Roman occupation of Britain, an increasing number of rural homes were built across the province. Named ‘villas’ these complexes were in theory the Roman equivalent of farms, however a secondary, perhaps more accurate, definition would be that they were rural dwellings of some…

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Bleak House, Broadstairs

Bleak House is a four-storey Grade II listed building locating on the cliff overlooking Viking Bay in Broadstairs, Kent. Originally known as Fort House, it was built in 1801 as a residence for a captain of the nearby coastal forts. Charles Dickens spent his summer…

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