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The Four Stones

Adam's Hill (Road), Clent, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England UK, DY9 9PS
Perched near the summit of the Clent Hills, The Four Stones are one of the most mysterious places in the region.  At sunset, particularly on a frosty winter’s evening, they radiate an aura of Neolithic…

Fort Perch Rock

Marine Promenade, New Brighton, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, CH45 2JU
Built in the 1820s to guard the mouth of the River Mersey downstream of Liverpool, Fort Perch Rock otherwise known as ‘Little Gibraltar of the Mersey’ was once responsible for one of the most bizarre…

Forth Rail Bridge

(Best View) B924, Newhalls Road, South Queensferry, Scotland, UK, EH30 9TA
This splendid rail bridge crosses over the Firth of Forth taking rail traffic north from Edinburgh. It stands alongside, but pre-dates, the road bridge. Construction started in 1882 and it opened in 1890. Stretching 8,296…

Fort Charlotte

1 Harbour Street, Lerwick, Shetland, Shetland Islands ZE1 0LR, UK
Fort Charlotte is an artillery stronghold built in the 1600's in order to protect the Sound of Bressay. A fort was constructed in 1667 at the start of the Second Anglo-Dutch War by Robert Mylne…

Dane John Mound

Castle Row, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, CT1 2TN
This was a good spot to put a castle atop, don’t you think? The Dane John Mound is the site of one of William the Conqueror’s first motte-and-bailey fortifications built in England during the Norman…

Conwy Castle

Conway Road, Conwy, Conwy LL32 8BD, UK
Conwy Castle was built in Northern Wales in the town of the same name during Edward I’s conquest of the country during the 13th century and was built to stand the test of time. The…

Clifford’s Tower – York Castle

10A Tower Street, York, York YO1 9SA, UK
Located atop a mound in the centre of Old York, Clifford’s Tower was once the keep of York Castle, built in 1086 by William the Conqueror. The castle now lies mostly in ruins with only…

Clavell Tower

South West Coast Path, Wareham, Dorset BH20, UK
Sometimes known as the Kimmeridge Tower or the Clavell Folly, Clavell Tower was built as an observatory in 1830 by the Reverend John Richards-Clavell of Smedmore House. Historians are still uncertain as to exactly why…

Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle, Chillingham, Alnwick, Northumberland, United Kingdom, NE66 5NJ
When Chillingham Castle was still considered a monastery in the late 12th century, King Edward I stayed there on his way north to battle the Scots. The castle was located in a prime position during…

Brodick Castle

The String, Isle of Arran, North Ayrshire KA27 8DF, UK
Brodick Castle set on the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland is a location that dates back to the fifth century where the original fortress can be traced to when Gaelic invaders…

Binns Tower

A904, Linlithgow, Edinburgh, East Lothian, Scotland, UK, EH49 7NA
Binns Tower, Dalyell’s Folly and The Wager are all names for the same turret located at the top of a steep hill on the 'House of the Binns' Estate in Linlithgow. It’s said to be…

Audley End House

1 Audley End Road, Saffron Walden, Essex CB11 4JB, UK
This is a  splendid example of Elizabethan history. The magnificent Audley End House is built on the site of the 12th century Benedictine Walden Abbey.  The Abbey was extensively converted into a mansion, named Audley…

Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle, B6346, Alnwick, Northumberland, England, UK, NE66 1NQ
Alnwick Castle is the stately home of the Duke of Northumberland, located in the town after which it takes its name.  It is considered to have some of the most exceptional gardens in the United…

Chesters Roman Fort

Chollerford, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom, NE46 4EU
Cilurvum, as it was probably once known, is one of the finest examples of a cavalry fort layout in the United Kingdom. Part of Hadrian's Wall, it was constructed around 123 AD to defend the…

Wroxeter Roman Villa

Wroxeter Roman Villa, Wroxter, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom, SY5 SPH
As the fourth largest Roman settlement in Britain, Viroconium, or Wroxeter as we know it today, was an important centre located alongside the great Roman road Watling Street. The site was first seriously excavated during…

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