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  1. FrameMax
    FrameMax Build Buildings. A world leader in light gauge steel framed housing technology, FrameMax's building systems are suitable for any building up to 16 stories, low cost mass housing apartments or villas , hotels, and other housing projects around the world.

  2. Exeter Cathedral
    The official web-site. Clear interactive plan, coloured to show building phases. Clicking on locations leads to large photographs and brief details, which can also be seen by following the tour.

  3. St Paul's Cathedral
    Baroque church designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1673. Includes visitors' information, details of services and events and information on the building including an illustrated chronology and 360-degree panoramas.

  4. Canterbury Cathedral
    An illustrated report by Kevin Blockley and Paul Bennett on the discovery by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust of remains of the Anglo-Saxon cathedral. Plan and reconstruction drawing.

  5. St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol
    Magnificent church described by Queen Elizabeth I as 'The goodliest, fairest and most famous parish church in England'. Ground plan and illustrated tour.

  6. Medieval Cathedrals in England and Wales A-Z Guide
    Britain Express provides a tourist guide thumbnail photographs, brief histories and visitor information.

  7. Ripon Cathedral
    Explore 1300 years of history and Christian worship in the Cathedral Church of the Yorkshire Dales. Follow in the footsteps of St Wilfrid, Lewis Carroll and the medieval archbishops of York. Structured hands on experiences are available for pupils and teachers in National Curriculum Subjects.

  8. Llandaff Cathedral
    The official site provides an illustrated history of this mainly Gothic cathedral on one of the oldest Christian sites in Britain.

  9. Scotland's Castles and Historic Houses
    Articles, with photographs and plans, on Traquair, Mary Queen of Scots House, Linlithgow Palace, Hermitage Castle, Castle Urquhart, Crichton Castle, Strome Castle, Threave Castle and Caerlaverock Castle, from Scotland HolidayNet.

  10. Buckfast Abbey, Devon
    The official site includes an illustrated history of the medieval monastery refounded in 1882. Sensitive map of the site leads to descriptions of the buildings.

  11. Brecon Cathedral, Wales
    An illustrated history is provided by this official web-site. Once the church of Brecon Priory and then a parish church, it became a cathedral in 1923.

  12. Rosslyn Templars
    An attempt to separate fact from fancy in the history of the profusely decorated Rosslyn Chapel, begun in 1446 by Sir William Sinclair, Grand Master Mason of Scotland.

    The Friends of St Andrew's provide photographs and history of this church standing isolated in fields north of Wood Walton village. The Friends aim to restore the church.

  14. Chester A Virtual Stroll Around the Walls
    Steve Howe of the Black and White Picture Place provides a guide around the Roman and medieval city wall. Map, modern and archival images with description and history, including quotations from primary sources.

  15. Peterborough Cathedral
    History, services, events, news, and visitor information.

  16. York Minster
    The elegant official site for the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe. Well-designed tour with photographs and brief historical details.

  17. Thomas Coats Memorial Church
    Details of the history of the church, the architecture of the building as well as some sound clips of the church organ. Comment is also given by the Pastor of the Church.

  18. Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales
    Database of 800 survivals. Interactive maps lead to photographs, brief descriptions and visitor information by Charles Taylor. Also a brief, illustrated history of the subject.

  19. The Cistercians in Yorkshire
    Project at Sheffield University analysing the life, history and architecture of Cistercian monks in Yorkshire. Includes 3D virtual reality re-creations of the abbey buildings.

  20. London Docks, St Peter
    Many photos and details on this comprehensive site of St Peter London Docks, a church built in one of the poorest districts in London, and consecrated in 1866.

  21. Bodleian Library
    One of the world's oldest and most famous libraries at Oxford University.

  22. Blair Castle
    Ancestral home of the Dukes of Atholl at Blair Atholl, near Pitlochry. One of the first stately homes in Scotland to be opened to the public.

  23. Castles of Perthshire
    Scottish Castles in Perthshire. Details for Blair, Doune, Castle Menzies, Huntingtower, Edinample, Drummond, Loch Earn and Methven.

  24. Churches in the Yorkshire Dales
    Attractive presentation from Daelnet of 44 parish churches a line drawing and brief history of each.

  25. Newbury, Berkshire, St John the Evangelist
    Comprehensive details of this Dykes Bower church built after a bomb destroyed the previous Butterfield church in 1943.

  26. Images of the North East of England
    Photographs of some churches, the images are expandable and are then accompanied by a paragraph of historical information.

  27. A Thousand Years of English Churches
    The Churches Conservation Trust cares for over 325 Church of England churches no longer needed for parish use. Details of churches, events, publications, all in full version or text only.

  28. Coventry Cathedral, Death and Resurrection
    A series of pages from Know Britain exploring the symbolism of the ruined medieval cathedral, and the contrast of the modern cathedral.

  29. Belfast, St Anne's Cathedral
    The official site includes an illustrated history and virtual tour of this Church of Ireland cathedral begun in 1899 in the Hiberno-Romanesque style.

  30. Carew Castle and Tidal Mill
    A magnificent Norman castle in Pembrokeshire which later became an Elizabethan residence. Includes an illustrated history, visitor information and activities and events programme.

  31. Northern Lighthouse Board
    The organisation provides reliable, low-maintenance and cost-effective network of aide to navigation, backed by a safe, efficient, economic and professional support organisation.

  32. Lincoln Cathedral
    The official site provides an outline history with reconstruction drawings, and a well-designed tour beautiful photographs, including close-ups, with brief explanations, and a clickable plan.

  33. Church Crawler
    Phil Draper has listed the churches of his home city of Bristol, but likes to visit others off the beaten track too. Exterior and interior photos and much information.

  34. Sutton Park
    Virtual tour and information about Georgian home, gardens and woodland park of Sir Reginald and Lady Sheffield near York, its opening times and tours.

  35. Gloucester Cathedral
    The official web-site has an outline history, detailed plan and gallery of beautiful photographs using natural lighting effects. Also visitor information.

  36. Simon's Suffolk Churches
    An alternative guide to the churches of Suffolk, with photographs, histories and locations.

  37. Bell Rock Lighthouse
    Statistics, history, illustrations and information on light situated eleven miles off the county of Angus on the east coast of Scotland.

  38. St George's Roman Catholic Cathedral
    Mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark. Includes mass times, news, events and concert information

  39. Gleaston Water Mill
    Provides a gallery, history and information on the attractions cafe and local area.

  40. Theatre Royal, York, UK
    The official site includes a brief history of the theater built in 1744 and re-modelled in the 19th century.

  41. The Rose Theatre Trust
    Built in 1587 by Philip Henslowe, the Rose was portrayed in the film 'Shakespeare in Love'. Information on the trust's work to preserve and protect the archaeological remains of the theatre.

  42. Skipton Castle
    Over 900 years old, Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England. Contains history and plans of the castle, education information for teachers, and fun puzzles for children.

  43. Harewood House
    This stately home was designed by John Carr for Edwin Lascelles and built between 1759 and 1771. The official site provides a tour with history and visitor information.

  44. Cartmel Priory Church, Cumbria
    The official site of this church with Norman and Gothic features includes an illustrated history and photograph gallery.

  45. Medical Heritage of Great Britain
    Concerns the 'industrial archaeology' of medicine. Produced by the Bath and Wessex Medical History Group.

  46. Friends of Friendless Churches
    Cares for nearly 30 historic and redundant places of worship in England and Wales. Details of properties and joint membership with Ancient Monuments Society.

  47. Turncroft Hall
    A history of this small country house in Lancashire, two centuries old and refronted in the simplified classicism of the early Victorian period.

  48. Woburn Abbey
    Includes information about the abbey and its antiques centre, hotel, deer park, activities, stud and properties to let.

  49. St Magnus Cathedral
    Resources for Learning in Scotland prepared this database on the Norse cathedral begun in 1137 its history and present use. Includes audio and video clips.

  50. Saxon Churches in Sussex
    Martin Snow outlines the arrival of Christianity in Sussex and looks at each church. Includes scholarly articles from the Sussex Archaeological Collections, plans, drawings and photographs.