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Fort Perch Rock

Marine Promenade, New Brighton, Merseyside, England, United…
Built in the 1820s to guard the mouth of the River Mersey downstream of Liverpool, Fort Perch Rock otherwise known…

Abbotsford House

B6360, Abbotsford, Roxburghshire, Scotland, united Kingdom, TD6 9BQ
Abbotsford was originally just a small farm house with the unappealing nickname of The Muddy Hole. It was purchased in 1811 by Sir Walter Scott, author of some of the most recognised historic novels including…

Ardlair Cave

Ardlair Lodge, Ardlair, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, United Kingdom, IV22 2LB
On the shore of Loch Maree there is a boulder cave which opens into a larger chamber. It can only be accessed via boat and legend tells it was once the hiding place of Bonnie…

Silbury Hill

Silbury Hill, The A4, Avebury, West Kennett, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, SN8 1QH
Why would prehistoric man go to the effort of building an artificial mound that is 131 ft high with a base of more than five acres and using more than 248,000 cubic metres chalk, clay…

Maiden Castle

Maiden Castle Road, Martinstown, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, 5DT2 9EY
Maiden Castle is arguably the finest example of a Hill Fort in Britain and is found in Dorset - the heart of Thomas Hardy Country and was built around 600 BC. Archaeological excavations that were…

Dunstanburgh Castle

Dunstanburgh Road, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, England, UK, NE66 3TT
Here is a medieval coastal castle with its own harbour, built in the 14th century, which also formed part of the defences at a time in the Second World War.  A German invasion, or at…

Royston Cave

8 Melbourn St, Royston, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, SG8 7BZ
Royston Cave is located in Royston, Hertfordshire, 42 miles North of London, situated at the junction of the A10 and A505 and but for its accidental discovery could have remained a hidden treasure in the…

Dunnottar Castle

(Dunnottar Main Road), Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, AB39 2TL
Dunnottar Castle is one of the most visually impressive locations in Scotland and was even chosen by the Microsoft Corporation as a screen background for its Windows 7 operating system. Roughly translated, Dunnottar means 'the…

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