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SS Great Britain foreship

Published 27 days ago by Jakub Hruska

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SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, advanced for her time. She was the longest passenger ship in the world fro<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ss-great-britain-foreship">...(more)</a>

New Croton Dam

Published 7 months ago by Ian Chappel

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Built around the turn of the century (start of the 20th), to contribute toward New York City's water supply, it's said to be the third largest hand-hew<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/new-croton-dam">...(more)</a>

The Great A4 Steam locomotive gathering

Published 10 months ago by Andy Elliston

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The 6 remaining A4 class steam locomotives at York Railway Museum marking the 75th anniversary of Mallard's 126mph ste<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-great-a4-steam-locomotive-gathering-england">...(more)</a>

Cleopatra Needle London

Published 10 months ago by Valentin Arfire

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Cleopatra's NeedleFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleopatra%27s_NeedleCleopatra's Needle is the popular name<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cleopatra-needle-london">...(more)</a>

Roman fort

Published about 1 year ago by Stan Young

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This is the view from in front of the public information legend located on the site of an ancient Roman fort on the old Roman road between Chester <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/roman-fort-england">...(more)</a>

York Minster

Published about 1 year ago by Chris Fairweather

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York Minster

Published over 2 years ago by Karel Hladky

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York Breakwater 1 Barry Island

Published about 3 years ago by Phillip Roberts

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York Breakwater 2 Barry Island

Published about 3 years ago by Phillip Roberts

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York Uni

Published over 3 years ago by Stuart Searle

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York University

Published over 3 years ago by Stuart Searle

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River Ouse in flood, York

Published over 3 years ago by Andy Elliston

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The river Ouse flood in flood from Ouse Bridge in York.  The river height was approx. 4.00m above normal.  In Nov 2000 the river reached a height of 5.40m above its normal level (its highest level in 400 years).

Sheffield Cathedral The Chapel of Saint George

Published over 3 years ago by Ivor Linington

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Sheffield Cathedral.  The Chapel of St George.This section of the Cathedral is now the Regimental Chapel dedicated t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/sheffield-cathedral-the-chapel-of-st-saint-george">...(more)</a>

York Minster by Mina Isaac

Published over 3 years ago by Mina Isaac

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Frozen River Ouse from Kings Staith, York

Published over 3 years ago by Andy Elliston

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The frozen River Ouse taken from Kings Staith Landing. The Kings Arms pub can be seen next to Ouse bridge - famous for its flooding by the river. Skeldergate Bridge can also be seen.

Frozen River Ouse and Lendal Bridge, York

Published over 3 years ago by Andy Elliston

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Lendal Bridge and the frozen River Ouse viewed from outside the Rowing Club building.  Lendal Tower and York Minster can be seen to the left of the bridge.

Millennium Bridge, York

Published almost 4 years ago by Andy Elliston

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The Millennium Bridge over the River Ouse in York.  The bridge forms part of the Sustrans cycle route and was opened in 2001.  The walkway is suspended from a stainless steel arch by a series of cables.

Clifford's Tower, York

Published almost 4 years ago by Andy Elliston

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View from Clifford's Tower looking towards the Castle Museum.  The present stone tower was completed in 1259.  The original timber tower was built in 1068.

York Minster Light Show

Published almost 4 years ago by Andy Elliston

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York Minster's South Transept lit up by colourful images at the "Illuminating York Festival".  The artwork called "Rose" is a 10 minute series of static and moving images accompanied by poetry and music.