Scotland, Orkney Islands, Skara Brae Prehistoric Village
Scotland, Orkney Islands, Skara Brae Prehistoric Village. Skara Brae, a stone-built Neolithic settlement, located on the Bay of Skaill on the west coast of Mainland Orkney and forming part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site
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Compton & West Marden – October 1948
View of lane through the village with the Victoria Inn on the right and a pond on the left.
George Garland Collection
West Sussex Record Office Ref. No. N30723
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The Pipe Organ of St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The cathedral was built in stages and is one of the City of Melbourne's major landmarks. The cathedral's pipe organ was built by T. C. Lewis and Co of Brixton, England. It was played at the cathedral's inaugural service in 1891. The organ has four manuals and pedals with 53 stops, all with electro-pneumatic action, and is housed in the cathedral's south transept behind newly stencilled facade pipes.
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