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Travel East Midlands Metal Print Collection

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36 Metal Prints

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Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570

Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL, Lincolnshire. A misty view with Lincoln Cathedral in the distance taken from the Swanpool. The Cathedral dates back to 1092 with later additions and remodelling

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Rushton Triangular Lodge J010078

Rushton Triangular Lodge J010078
RUSHTON TRIANGULAR LODGE, Northamptonshire. View from the North East

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Foxton Locks

Foxton Locks
Staircase flight of 10 locks on the Grand Union Canal. Foxton, Leicestershire. IoE 191334

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Mam Tor, Derbyshire K031245

Mam Tor, Derbyshire K031245
MAM TOR, Peak District, Derbyshire. General view of the hill and surrounding countryside. Mam Tor is the site of a large Iron Age fort

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Millennium Walkway, Derbyshire K031256

Millennium Walkway, Derbyshire K031256
MILLENNIUM WALKWAY, New Mills, Peak District, Derbyshire. General view taken from the waters edge

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Aaron the Jews House K970537

Aaron the Jews House K970537
aRON THE JEWs HOUSE, Steep Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. Also known as the Norman House. Exterior view with cathedral in the background

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Kirby Hall N071554

Kirby Hall N071554
KIRBY HALL, Northamptonshire. Front of the house with bay windows and peacock in the foreground

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Chatsworth House a069788

Chatsworth House a069788
CHATSWORTH HOUSE, Chatsworth Park, Chatsworth, Derbyshire. A view from river level looking through one of the arches of the Three Arch Bridge over the River Derwent in Chatsworth Park

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Peters Stone, Derbyshire K031244

Peters Stone, Derbyshire K031244
PETERs STONE, Peak District, Derbyshire. View of the large limestone outcrop and surrounding countryside, Cressbrook Dale

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Hardwick Old Hall K971992

Hardwick Old Hall K971992
HARDWICK OLD HALL, Derbyshire. General view of the Old Hall and the East Lodge from the roof of the New Hall

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Rufford Abbey K951332

Rufford Abbey K951332
RUFFORD ABBEY, Nottinghamshire. Stone urn detail

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Peveril Castle K041035

Peveril Castle K041035
PEVERIL CASTLE, Castleton, Peak District Derbyshire. General view from the South East looking across Cavedale towards the Keep with Mam Tor in the distance

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Bolsover Castle K021426

Bolsover Castle K021426
BOLSOVER CASTLE, Derbyshire. General view from the North

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Remains of Newark Castle

Remains of Newark Castle
Grade I listed medieval castle, Nottinghamshire. IoE 384971

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Scala Cinema, Ilkeston

Scala Cinema, Ilkeston
One of the earliest purpose built cinemas in the country still in use. IoE 352257

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Howden Dam

Howden Dam
The Howden Reservoir was built by the for the use of the people of Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield and Derbyshire. IoE 82158

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Lyddington Bede House J870171

Lyddington Bede House J870171
LYDDINGTON BEDE HOUSE, Leicestershire. Exterior view of the Almshouse, formerly the medieval palace of the Bishops of Lincoln

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Wingfield Manor K031055

Wingfield Manor K031055
WINGFIELD MANOR, Derbyshire. View of the manor from the High Tower. Medieval manor built in the 1440s. Prison of Mary, Queen of Scots

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Kirby Muxloe Castle N071512

Kirby Muxloe Castle N071512
KIRBY MUXLOE CASTLE, Leicestershire. General view of the moated, brick-built fortified mansion. Building began in 1480 by Lord Hastings, but was left unfinished after his death

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Castleton shrouded in mist N050057

Castleton shrouded in mist N050057
CASTLETON, Peak District, Derbyshire. Early morning view from Mam Tor looking down onto Castleton showing the valley shrouded in mist as a factory chimney adds smoke to the air

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Kirby Hall K980933

Kirby Hall K980933
KIRBY HALL, Northamptonshire. West Front and Parterre

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Bosworth Battlefield K940708

Bosworth Battlefield K940708
BOSWORTH BATTLEFIELD, Leicestershire. Site of the battle of 1485

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Lyddington Bede House J870169

Lyddington Bede House J870169
LYDDINGTON BEDE HOUSE, Leicestershire. Exterior view of the house and church. The house was originally part of the late medieval wing of a palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Lyddington Bede House J870168

Lyddington Bede House J870168
LYDDINGTON BEDE HOUSE, Leicestershire. General view from the gardens. The house was originally part of the late medieval wing of a palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Monsal Dale Viaduct, Derbyshire a069749

Monsal Dale Viaduct, Derbyshire a069749
MONSAL DALE VIADUCT, Monsal Dale, Little Longstone, Derbyshire. An atmospheric view of Monsal Dale Viaduct in the Derbyshire Dales, as viewed from Monsal Head near Little Longstone

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: St Michael with St Mary Church, Melbourne K031268

St Michael with St Mary Church, Melbourne K031268
ST MICHAEL WITH ST MARY CHURCH, Melbourne, Derbyshire. Exterior view of the Norman church (1120) from across the Pool

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Arbor Low Stone Circle K060169

Arbor Low Stone Circle K060169
ARBOR LOW STONE CIRCLE, Derbyshire. Detailed view of the neolithic monument showing the Derbyshire Dales in the background

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Nine Ladies Stone Circle K031047

Nine Ladies Stone Circle K031047
NINE LADIES STONE CIRCLE, Stanton Moor, Peak District, Derbyshire. View of the early bronze age stone circle, 15 metres across. Said to be the petrified remains of women who danced on a Sunday

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Wingfield Manor K031076

Wingfield Manor K031076
WINGFIELD MANOR, Derbyshire. View of the manor from the High Tower with countryside beyond. Medieval manor built 1440s. Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned here in 1569, 1584 and 1585

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Kirby Hall J930356

Kirby Hall J930356
KIRBY HALL, Northamptonshire. View from the North side of the inner court

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Wingfield Manor K940856

Wingfield Manor K940856
WINGFIELD MANOR, South Wingfield, Derbyshire. Exterior view of the medieval manor house built c1429-56 and was where Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisioned

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Bolsover Castle K000116

Bolsover Castle K000116
BOLSOVER CASTLE, Derbyshire. View of the Little Castle from the East

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Rushton Triangular Lodge J010085

Rushton Triangular Lodge J010085
RUSHTON TRIANGULAR LODGE, Northamptonshire. View of the gables of the North front

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Bolsover Castle J000062

Bolsover Castle J000062
BOLSOVER CASTLE, Derbyshire. Exterior view of the Little Castle and part of the Terrace Range

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Winding House and Headstocks at Bestwood Colliery

Winding House and Headstocks at Bestwood Colliery
This building is notable for the early use of structural concrete. IoE 425234

Background imageTravel East Midlands Metal Print Collection: Chapel and Ruins of Mansion

Chapel and Ruins of Mansion
Bradgate Park, Leicestershire. Childhood home of Lady Jane Grey. IoE 178075


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