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Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Rollright Stones K022116

Rollright Stones K022116
THE ROLLRIGHT STONES, Oxfordshire. View of The Kings Men stone circle

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Fishing boat, Dungeness Beach J070051

Fishing boat, Dungeness Beach J070051
DUNGENESS BEACH, Lydd, Kent. A decaying fishing boat sits on the beach

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Reculver Towers N060974

Reculver Towers N060974
RECULVER TOWERS AND ROMAN FORT, Kent. Twin 12th-century church towers in late afternoon sunshine with scattered clouds

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Fairfield Church, Romney Marsh N060981

Fairfield Church, Romney Marsh N060981
FAIRFIELD CHURCH, Romney Marsh, Kent. View of the footbridge looking across the meadow towards Fairfield Church at sunset

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Radcliffe Camera, Oxford K991472

Radcliffe Camera, Oxford K991472
RADCLIFFE CAMERA, Radcliffe Square, Oxford, Oxfordshire. External view of the English Baroque style library with bicycles against the railings

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Walmer Castle and Gardens K040149

Walmer Castle and Gardens K040149
WALMER CASTLE AND GARDENS, Kent. View of the Queen Mothers Garden

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: South Downs waymarker N071744

South Downs waymarker N071744
SOUTH DOWNS, East Sussex. Waymarker along downland path

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Dover Castle J840184

Dover Castle J840184
DOVER CASTLE, Kent. Illuminated view of castle from the North West at night

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Dover Castle Wartime Tunnels J010002

Dover Castle Wartime Tunnels J010002
DOVER CASTLE, Kent. Hellfire Corner. View of the Second World War Anti-Aircraft Control Room in the Secret Wartime Tunnels

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Portchester Castle K991184

Portchester Castle K991184
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. View across the site and Portchester Harbour from the top of the keep

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Rochester Castle N100775

Rochester Castle N100775
ROCHESTER CASTLE, Rochester, Kent. View from across the River Medway towards Rochester Castle and Cathedral

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Yarmouth, Isle of Wight N071456

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight N071456
YARMOUTH CASTLE, Isle of Wight. Aerial view of Yarmouth town and harbour

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Upnor Castle K960017

Upnor Castle K960017
UPNOR CASTLE, Kent. View of the castle from across the Medway

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Bridge of Sighs, Oxford K991481

Bridge of Sighs, Oxford K991481
HERTFORD BRIDGE, Hertford College, Oxford. View of the covered bridge over New College Lane. Built between 1913-1914 and designed by Sir Thomas Jackson

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Eastbourne Pier N071211

Eastbourne Pier N071211
EASTBOURNE PIER, East Sussex. The pier boardwalk at sunset

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Carousel, Brighton Beach N071031

Carousel, Brighton Beach N071031
BRIGHTON BEACH, East Sussex. Carousel, beach, sea and sky

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Walmer Castle kitchen garden K021489

Walmer Castle kitchen garden K021489
WALMER CASTLE AND GARDENS, Kent. View across the early season order beds in the kitchen garden towards the greenhouse

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Rochester Castle J860082

Rochester Castle J860082
ROCHESTER CASTLE, Kent. View of the castle from the top of the cathedral

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Burford Church N070356

Burford Church N070356
BURFORD CHURCH, Oxfordshire. General front view of the church, with lamp post and gravestone in the foreground

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: The Promenade, Hastings 258T_14

The Promenade, Hastings 258T_14
THE PROMENADE, Hastings, East Sussex. A view looking across three benches on the promenade and out to sea. The promenade stretches along three miles of the shore. It was rebuilt in the 1920s and 1930s

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Lullingstone Roman Villa J000134

Lullingstone Roman Villa J000134
LULLINGSTONE ROMAN VILLA, Kent. Cutaway reconstruction drawing of the chapel & cellar in the late 4th century AD, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Swiss Cottage at Osborne House K020950

Swiss Cottage at Osborne House K020950
OSBORNE HOUSE, East Cowes, Isle of Wight. An exterior view of the Swiss Cottage with artichokes in the foreground. The cottage was originally built as an educational tool where the royal children

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Osborne House K040211

Osborne House K040211
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. A view of the house with the fountain Geiss of bronze boy and swan

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: River Cherwell, Oxford K991456

River Cherwell, Oxford K991456
RIVER CHERWELL, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Punts moored at Magdalen Bridge

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Windsor Castle K011600

Windsor Castle K011600
WINDSOR CASTLE, Berkshire. A misty sunrise view of the Round Tower, built 1170

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Roman Pharos and St Marys Church J960160

Roman Pharos and St Marys Church J960160
DOVER CASTLE, Kent. The Roman pharos lighthouse and St Mary in Castro church (St Mary in the Castle)

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Lullingstone Roman Villa J910065

Lullingstone Roman Villa J910065
LULLINGSTONE ROMAN VILLA, Kent. Overall view of mosaic floor in dining / audience room showing Europa, Bellerophon & Pegasus

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn
Built of Isle of Wight stone rubble, Shorwell. IoE 393214

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Bandstand and Viewing Decks, Eastbourne

Bandstand and Viewing Decks, Eastbourne
Bandstand set in a sweeping open colonnaded arcade facing two covered viewing decks topped with an open viewing area, Eastbourne, East Sussex. IoE 471323

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: The Deanery and Winchester Cathedral K011415

The Deanery and Winchester Cathedral K011415
WINCHESTER, Hampshire. The Deanery and Cathedral

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Hurst Castle K951457

Hurst Castle K951457
HURST CASTLE, Hampshire. View north west from the central tower of the west wing and the inlet

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Titchfield Abbey N990012

Titchfield Abbey N990012
TITCHFIELD ABBEY, Hampshire. Exterior, south elevation. View towards the gatehouse. The ruins of a 13th century Premonstratensian abbey, later converted into a Tudor Mansion

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Deal Castle K970992

Deal Castle K970992
DEAL CASTLE, Kent. View of the castle from the north

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Pevensey Castle K981316

Pevensey Castle K981316
PEVENSEY CASTLE, Sussex. The Roman west gate with the castle gatehouse in the distance

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Walmer Castle and Gardens K981217

Walmer Castle and Gardens K981217
WALMER CASTLE AND GARDENS, Kent. The Queen Mothers Garden with castle beyond

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Battle Abbey K980993

Battle Abbey K980993
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. View of the gatehouse and court house from the town

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Carisbrooke Castle Gatehouse N070963

Carisbrooke Castle Gatehouse N070963
CARISBROOKE CASTLE, Isle of Wight. View of the Gatehouse

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Bayham Old Abbey N000035

Bayham Old Abbey N000035
BAYHAM OLD ABBEY, Kent. View of the Nave through an arch in the Old North Transept

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: The Ypres Tower J010118

The Ypres Tower J010118
THE YPRES TOWER, Rye, East Sussex. Fort built in 1250, later converted into a house in 1430 and also used as a gaol and mortuary

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: St Catherines Oratory K040695

St Catherines Oratory K040695
ST CATHERINEs ORATORY, Isle of Wight. View of the Pepperpot octagonal monument looking west with the coastline and cliffs beyond

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Richborough Roman Fort K960844

Richborough Roman Fort K960844
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Kent. A general view across the site showing the triple ditches of the third century fort

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: The Palace Pier K011028

The Palace Pier K011028
THE PALACE PIER, Brighton, East Sussex. View of the pier at sunset

Background imageTravel the South Mouse Mat Collection: Battle Abbey J920442

Battle Abbey J920442
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. The Great Gatehouse of 1338 from the south-west with dappled shade in the foreground


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