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The Anglican Chapel of St Leonard in Tivington, Somerset Featured Related Images Print

The Anglican Chapel of St Leonard in Tivington, Somerset

The Anglican Chapel of St Leonard in Tivington, Somerset, England. After the Dissolution of the Monasteries the chapel was secularised and a fireplace installed at the east end. That part of the building is now the cottage "Dunkery View" which is owned by the National Trust. The chapel was restored in 1896 and was reconsecrated in 1940, having previously been used as a school.
circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Bristol Airport JEH_22047_061 Featured Related Images Print

Bristol Airport JEH_22047_061

Bristol Airport, Lulsgate Bottom, Somerset. This site was first used as a RAF relief landing ground in 1940. The aerodrome was converted and opened as a new airport for Bristol in 1957. A new control tower was added in 1962 and both the terminal building and runway were extended in 1965. Photographed here in November 1970 by Jim Hancock

© Historic England Archive

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Lace advertisement 8E_STR_1820

392 The Strand, London. An engraving dated 1820 showing the elevation of 392 Strand, premises of Urling's Lace. The engraving was produced as an advertisement for G F Urling and Company, announcing a forthcoming change of address and featuring samples of real lace and cotton thread decorating the shop-front window. The engraving indicates that the business formerly operated out of premises at 143 Cheapside. A label on the engraving gives details of the new "more extensive premises over the way, 147, Strand, Somerset House". Coloured engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

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