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Over 300 Articles and Locations

Welwyn Roman Baths

Lying hidden beneath the A1(M) motorway just off the Welwyn by-pass, Welwyn Roman Baths are the fascinating 3rd century remains of the bathing complex that once formed part of the Dicket Mead Roman villa. The villa has not been fully excavated, however it is believed…

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Caistor Roman Town, Venta Icenroum

The Roman town of Venta Icenorum ‘market place of the Iceni’ was established c.70 AD as the capital of the Iceni tribe – the tribe made infamous in 61 AD when their queen, Boudicca, led a revolt against Roman rule. During the Roman occupation large…

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The Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol

The Clifton Suspension Bridge was designed by the prolific Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and first opened to the public over 150 years ago, after a long period of construction. In 1829 a competition was opened to design a bridge to cross the river Avon…

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Bramall Lane, Sheffield

Bramall Lane, Sheffield is the oldest professional football stadium in the world. Built in 1855 as a cricket ground, it hosted its first football game in 1862, between Hallam FC and Sheffield FC. The Sheffield Independent (30 December 1862) covered the game, including details about…

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Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton

Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton

Brighton Palace Pier, opened on 20 May 1899, was built as a pleasure pier to entertain and delight the high number of visitors brought by Britain’s growing railway network. Designed by Richard Saint George Moore on behalf of the Brighton Marine and Palace Pier Company,…

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