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  1. Builders and contractors
    Builders and contractors. Compare construction companies. Free quotes from several contractors. Find a builder in your area. Compare prices and services of builders and contractors for loft conversions, house construction, renovations, roofing, wall construction etc.

  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 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.

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

  5. Nottingham Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin
    St. Mary's is the oldest religious foundation in Nottingham. Building work commenced around 1377, the nave was completed in 1475, and little has changed since, apart from some Victorian additions.

  6. English Country Houses and Stately Homes A-Z
    A gazetteer from Britain Express highlights, opening times, location maps and thumbnail images.

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

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

    The official site has a brief history and an interactive map, coloured to show dated building phases, which leads to photographs and details.

  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. Forth Rail Bridge
    Featured article from Undiscovered Scotland.

  13. 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.

  15. Decor Panel
    Specialist in supplying assorted panel products to the furniture and building industries. Details of products, services and the company.

  16. Menai Strait Bridges
    Illustrated article on the history of the Menai and Brittania bridges.

  17. Glasgow Cathedral
    Official site for the cathedral of the Church of Scotland. Includes a brief history of this medieval church by The Very Rev. Dr. W. J. Morris, and a picture tour.

  18. Scottish Castles and Historic Houses
    Photographs, brief histories and information for visitors, provided by On-Line Scotland.

  19. Medieval English Cathedrals A-Z Guide
    A gazetteer of cathedrals in England and Wales from Britain Express including opening times and how to get there.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.

  22. The Downstream Bridges and Railway Bridges of Windsor
    Illustrated history of the Albert bridge, Victoria bridge, Black Potts Railway bridge, Windsor bridge and Brunel's Bowstring bridge.

  23. 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.

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

  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. Under 15s - Training this week and next match - Wadebridg...
    Blog for Wadebridge Town FC

  30. 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.

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

  32. Historic Church at Heart of a Modern Row
    The Guardian reports the outcry from preservationists at the plan to return the Church of the Intercession - jewel of Moscow baroque - to church use.

  33. Theatre Royal, York, UK
    The official site includes a brief history of the theater built in 1744 and re-modelled in the 19th century.
    Categories: Building Types, Theaters and Cinemas, Theatre
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  34. 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.

  35. 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.

  36. Eastbridge Hospital, Canterbury
    The official site gives an illustrated introduction to the medieval Hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, and Greyfriars Chapel, the only surviving part of a Franciscan friary. Includes visitor information.

  37. SPAB Mills Section
    The UK's national organisation for anyone interested in the preservation of windmills and watermills. Part of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

    The slick official web site of the Spencer family ancestral home where Diana, Princess of Wales was buried. Attractively-presented illustrated history of the house.

  39. Spencer House
    Fine example of an eighteenth-century aristocratic private palace in London, overlooking Green Park. Includes history, online tour via sensitive plan or list, and visitor information.

    Mark Berry's extensive illustrated site about windmills, both historical and modern, covering the UK and worldwide. Includes mills for grinding, pumping, and power generation.

  41. Churches in Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex
    For each church of his selection, John Owen Smith offers a photograph and verse. For some there is a history extracted from the guidebook.

  42. Island Castles
    Appealing introduction to medieval fortresses of Great Britain by Edward Blanchard, from The War Times Journal, with professional photographs of a few of the most famous.

  43. Castles in England and Wales A-Z
    A gazetteer from Britain Express highlights, opening times, location maps and thumbnail photographs.

  44. Layer Marney Tower - A Great British Building
    An Italianate masterpiece, built in about 1515, it is the tallest Tudor gatehouse in England and was originally intended to rival Hampton Court. Includes a history and photographs.

  45. Southend-on-Sea, St Erkenwald's Church
    John Whitworth celebrates this now demolished Edwardian church history, newspaper articles and photographs.

  46. London Town Guide - Bedlam Bethlehem Royal Hospital
    History of the Bethlehem Royal Hospital c.1330 - 1930 , the famous hospital for the mentally ill in London, England. No illustrations.

  47. The Mills Research Group
    A voluntary society which aims to encourage and conduct research into the traditional use of wind, water and animal power in the UK. Aims, conferences, publications.

  48. Sussex Churches
    Martin Snow provides photographs, history, bibliography and two maps one of parishes and the other showing the position of churches and monasteries.

  49. Don't look up - Type R Owners Forums
    Don't look up Videos
    Categories: Building Types, Houses
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  50. St John's College Virtual Tour
    This part of the Virtual Tour of Oxford provides interactive 360 photographs viewable by using a map of the college.