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Ruislip Lido in the fog

Published almost 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The Ruislip Lido in the early morning fog; this is the favourite location for us people of Ruislip and surrounding towns to pass our s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ruislip-lido-in-the-fog-england">...(more)</a>

The medieval city of Zutphen from the River IJssel

Published almost 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The view of the medieval city of Zutphen from the river IJssel taken from one of the groynes in the riv<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-medieval-city-of-zutphen-from-the-river-ijssel-netherlands">...(more)</a>

Haystacks in the Achterhoek, Gelderland

Published almost 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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Two different types of haystacks in the beautiful countryside of the Achterhoek, a region in the eastern part of The Netherlands. This area is highly touristic and a favourite of cyclists.

Bridge over the River Berkel

Published almost 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The white drawbridge over the River the Berkel, the typical scenery of the Achterhoek, a region in the eastern part of the Ne<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bridge-over-the-river-berkel-netherlands">...(more)</a>

Coach house of Eastcote House

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The coach house of Eastcote House is the only building left together with the dovecote after the Eastcote House itself was declared structurally unsave and torn down around 1964.

Walled garden of Eastcote House

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The walled garden, also known as the Secret Garden of Eastcote House with a view of the dovecote were made available to the pu<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/walled-garden-of-eastcote-house-england">...(more)</a>

Graveyard around St Martin's Church, Ruislip

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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This 13th century church is named after Martin of Tours and probably stands on the site of an earlier wooden church. It was restored in 1870.

St Martin's Church

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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This 13th century church is named after Martin of Tours and probably stands on the site of an earlier wooden church. It was restored in 1870.

Manor Farm, Ruislip

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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Built around the pre-Norman Motte and Bailey fort, the Manor Farm just North of the High Street in Ruislip, features 22 acres of community spaces, historic buildings, archaeological remains and landscape features.

Mock Tudor houses, West Acton

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The mock Tudur houses at the crossing between Monks Drive and Queens Drive in West Acton. always a pleasure to drive through this part of town. The whole West Acton area is filled with these mock Tudor houses.

Path at the Acton Cemetery

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The Acton Cemetery is now located in the middle of an industrial area and cut in two by the Central Tube line and North Acton Tube station.

Monument at the Acton Cemetery

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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Monument for the fallen at Acton Cemetery. The cemetery is located in the middle of an industrial area and cut in two by the Central Tube line.

Wembley Stadium from Engineers Way

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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This 90,000-capacity venue is one of the largest stadiums in Europe and is primarily used for football matches and is owned<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/wembley-stadium-from-engineers-way-england">...(more)</a>

St Mary the Virgin Church, Northolt

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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A small, picturesque, 13th century church overlooking the old village of Northolt. Adjacent to the church are a 15th century manor house and some iron age remains.

Behind the St Mary the Virgin Church, Northolt

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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A small, picturesque, 13th century church overlooking the old village of Northolt. Adjacent to the church are a 15th century manor house and some iron age remains.

Northala Fields, Northolt

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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Formerly used as the playing fields of the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Northala Fields was purchased by Ealing Council <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/northala-fields-northolt-england">...(more)</a>

Footbridge over the River Brent, Ealing Golf Club

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The footbridge over the River Brent, crossing the Ealing Golf Club, is a popular short cut between Ealing and Perivale for commuters on bicycles and hikers alike.

Graveyard of St. Mary the Virgin Church, Perivale

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The graveyard of the 12th century St. Mary the Virgin Church in Perivale. This is a tiny church just south of the busy<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/graveyard-of-st-mary-the-virgin-church-perivale">...(more)</a>

St. Mary the Virgin Church, Perivale

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The barn like, 12th century St. Mary the Virgin Church in Perivale, is a tiny church just south of the busy A40 motorway an<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/st-mary-the-virgin-church-perivale-england">...(more)</a>

Hoover Building, Perivale

Published about 3 years ago by Hans ter Horst

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The Hoover Building, just off the A40 leading into London, is the Art Deco building that once housed the manufacturing facility for t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/hoover-building-perivale-england">...(more)</a>