RM2JNR5AK–12 August 2022 front page headline in Metro newspaper reads PM turns up for meeting. Refers to perceived lack of action from Boris Johnson following his agreement to step down as Prime Minister.
RM2JNGAGA–The house in Anerley Park, Bromley, lived in by Dadabhai Naoroji 19th century British MP and Indian Nationalist.
RM2JNGAG4–A blue plaque in Anerley Park, Bromley, honouring Dadabhai Naoroji 19th century British MP and Indian Nationalist.
RM2JNGAG1–A blue plaque in Anerley Park, Bromley, honouring Dadabhai Naoroji 19th century British MP and Indian Nationalist.
RM2JN2F3P–A selection of old Premium Bonds from the 1950s and 1960s.
RM2JN2F9W–A selection of old Premium Bonds from the 1950s and 1960s.
RM2JN2F9M–A packet of Cohiba Panetelas, Havana cigars.
RM2JN2F41–Interior of V&A Dundee.
RM2JN2F3N–Interior of V&A Dundee.
RM2JN2F3W–AIRplus air filled packaging by STOROpack. Partly made from recycled plastic.
RM2JMC36A–Grave of James and Janet Keiller (nee Mathewson) creators of Keiller's marmalade, thought to have been the first commercial marmalade in Britain.
RM2JMC36D–Signs for Hillcrest Homes Housing Association and Shelter Scotland on a building in Dundee.
RM2JMC350–Westport Bar, North Lindsay Street, Dundee.
RM2JMC2YB–Howff Cemetery in the centre of Dundee, Scotland.
RM2JMC36E–Fat Sam's live music venue in Dundee.
RM2JMC384–Boarded up former Chinese restaurant in Dundee.
RM2JMC339–A woman looking at paintings in The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum.
RM2JMC2XK–The statue of George Kinloch in Dundee. A one time slave owner through inheriting a Caribbean plantation he became an anti-slavery campaigner.
RM2JMC320–Statue of Adam Duncan in Dundee. British admiral who defeated the Dutch fleet at the Battle of Camperdown.
RM2JM18WT–A free bike repair station in the car park outside a Co-Op supermarket
RM2JM18NB–Statue by Malcolm Robertson of the cartoon character Oor Wullie in central Dundee.
RM2JM18RP–West Marketgait Car Park, Dundee.
RM2JM18KM–An old enamel metal sign advertising Lyons' Coffee and Chicory Extract.
RM2JM18R4–The Howff cemetery in the centre of Dundee, Scotland.
RM2JM18MA–Statue by Malcolm Robertson of the cartoon character Oor Wullie in Dundee, appears to be firing his pea shooter at a Wetherspoon's pub.
RM2JKDYCT–People eating & drinking in the sun outside Gretna Green WelcomeBreak motorway services on the A74M.
RM2JKDY9K–The Wallace Monument on Abbey Craig seen across the city from Stirling Castle, with the Ochil Hills in the background.
RM2JKDYD6–Electric vehicles charging at charging stations outside a Days Inn hotel at the Wetherby services on the A1(M) motorway.
RM2JKDY9M–The Battle of Bannockburn sign at the entrance to the site of the battle, outside Stirling, Scotland.
RM2JKDY9J–Moto Wetherby services on the A1(M) in North Yorkshire.
RM2JK45FP–Entrance to Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup, Kent.
RM2JK45GR–St Monans church on the edge of the village of St Monans in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland.
RM2JK45GD–Tomb of Richard Fitzalan, 3rd Earl of Arundel & his wife Eleanor in Chichester Cathedral - the inspiration for the Philip Larkin poem An Arundel Tomb.
RM2JJWN1B–Masons' marks on blocks of stone used in construction of the bell tower at Cambuskenneth Abbey outside Stirling.
RM2JJWN1C–View upwards to the ceiling of Canbuskenneth Abbey bell tower.
RM2JJWN85–A sign in a cottage window in St Monans in the East Neuk of Fife reads: This property is available for holiday letting.
RM2JJWN55–Cambuskenneth Abbey near Stirling.
RM2JJWN49–Housing on the Raploch Estate, Stirling. Corner of Ochil Crescent and Scott Street.
RM2JJWN8J–People looking in the window of Next Home estate agency in Perth, Scotland.
RM2JJWN44–Scone Palace, near Perth, Scotland. Owned by Earls of Mansfield for over 400 years & enlarged by the architect William Atkinson in early 19th century.
RM2JJWN83–A bug hotel constructed from old pallets and bricks.
RM2JJWN97–Person seen taking photograph behind a gauze screen.
RM2JJWN77–A sign for the unusual street name The Pend in St Monans, Fife.
RM2JJMYR8–Old sea bathing pool at St Monans in the East Neuk of Fife.
RM2JJDEJE–Name painted on the side of RSS Discovery in Dundee, Scotland.
RM2JJDE28–Harbour Warehouse or Clocktower Warehouse in Victoria Dock, Dundee, dates from 1877. Designed by David Cunningham as a granary and bonded warehouse.
RM2JJG9HT–Sign for Ardross Farm Shop in Fife, Scotland.
RM2JJDEAJ–V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma beside the River Tay.
RM2JJDE1C–HMS Unicorn in the old Victoria Dock, Dundee. Part of the National Historic Fleet, the oldest ship in Scotland and one of six oldest in the world.
RM2JJDEAM–V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma beside the River Tay.
RM2JJDE1T–Apex City Quay Hotel & Spa next to the old Victoria Dock, Dundee.
RM2JJDEAG–V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma beside the River Tay.
RM2JJDEB4–V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma beside the River Tay.
RM2JJG9HW–A sign for the Fife Coastal Path at St Monans in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland.
RM2JJG9HX–Statue of Desperate Dan, his dog, Dawg, and Minnie the Minx in Dundee High Street. Characters from The Beano and The Dandy comics.
RM2JJ9BHP–The Norton Hill Light Railway at Snettisham, Norfolk.
RM2JJ9B3F–Sleeperz Hotel Dundee is located directly above Dundee Railway Station.
RM2JJ9B9N–Guardian Royal Exchange building in Dundee is a Festival of Britain style commercial building designed by Gauldie, Hardie, Wright and Needham, 1955-7.
RM2JJ9B53–Detail of planting and cladding at the V&A, Dundee. Designed by Kengo Kuma.
RM2JJ9BC1–Scotbet betting shop in Anstruther, Fife.
RM2JJ9B6T–An advertisement for the Snappy Shopper grocery delivery app.
RM2JJ9BF8–The Sun and Daily Mirror record 19 July 2022 as being the hottest day ever recorded in Britain at 40.3 degrees centigrade.
RM2JJ9BFE–The Norton Hill Light Railway at Snettisham, Norfolk.
RM2JJ9B9W–The Dundee statue of Robert Burns by John Steell was commissioneed in 1877 as a replica of that in Central Park, New York.
RM2JJ9B3D–RRS Discovery in dry dock next to the new V&A museum in Dundee, Scotland.
RM2JJ9B74–An advertisement for the ecoeats grocery delivery app.
RM2JJ9B9T–The Counting House pub in Reform Street, Dundee.
RM2JJ9B6Y–The Old Bank Bar in Reform Street, Dundee.
RM2JHXE2W–Perth Museum and Art Gallery with artwork by Mat Dugard featuring the words Until We Hold Each Other Again as response to the Covid pandemic lockdown.
RM2JHXE5C–Elevated view of Dundee skyline - back of Custom House in foreground.
RM2JHXE2T–The Scottish flag flying over the monument at the site of the Battle of Bannockburn outside Stirling, Scotland.
RM2JJ2GNX–Marine Parade on the Dundee waterfront faces the River Tay and is a redevelopment of the old dock area.
RM2JHXE2P–A sign in Perth cathedral reads Pray for Ukraine.
RM2JJ2GPA–The Telford Beacon on Dundee's waterfront. Originally to guide ships at the dock entrance.
RM2JHGKFH–18th century St Monan's windmill was used to raise seawater into evaporating pans to make salt.
RM2JHGKFK–Ice cream and fast food stall on the promenade at Hunstanton, Norfolk.
RM2JHGKFC–18th century St Monan's windmill was used to raise seawater into evaporating pans to make salt.
RM2JHGKD6–A zero emission electric bus in Dundee, Scotland.
RM2JHGKCW–The former Dundee Sailors’ Home by Ireland and Maclaren, 1879-81.
RM2JHGKD7–Art Deco Willison House on Barrack St in Dundee was built in 1930s to design of H Pierce Robbie and is on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland.
RM2JHGKCN–A Tesco delivery van delivering in the Fife village of Pittenweem.
RM2JHGKCX–Custom House, Dock Street, Dundee, by John Taylor and James Leslie from 1842.
RM2JHBB1G–Sunday 17 July 2022. Holidaymakers at Hunstanton in Norfolk enjoying the sunshine on what is predicted to be one of the hottest weekends of the year, with an extreme weather warning issued for England.
RM2JHBAXG–Sunday 17 July 2022. Holidaymakers at Hunstanton in Norfolk enjoying the sunshine on what is predicted to be one of the hottest weekends of the year, with an extreme weather warning issued for England.
RM2JHBAWY–Sunday 17 July 2022. Holidaymakers at Hunstanton in Norfolk enjoying the sunshine on what is predicted to be one of the hottest weekends of the year, with an extreme weather warning issued for England.
RM2JHAJXM–A sign from Dundee City Council explaining their Smart City policies.
RM2JHAJW8–The premises of Rancho Pancho Mexican restaurant in Commercial Street, Dundee.
RM2JHAJW7–Sign for Virgin Money store in Dundee.
RM2JHAJXJ–Student accommodation to let next to a Wetherspoon's pub in central Dundee.
RM2JHAJXW–City House, a ten-storey office building, within the Overgate Centre, Dundee, remains from the original 1960s development redeveloped in the 1990s.
RM2JHAJXG–Dundee Holiday Inn Express.
RM2JHBAXC–Sunday 17 July 2022. Holidaymakers at Hunstanton in Norfolk enjoying the sunshine on what is predicted to be one of the hottest weekends of the year, with an extreme weather warning issued for England.
RM2JHAJXH–A street cleaner using a TSB cash machine in Dundee.
RM2JHAJWH–University of Dundee graduation day at Caird Hall in the city centre.
RM2JHAJTX–The early 20th century Grade B listed former Department for Work and Pensions JobCentre building in Dundee on corner of Dock Street & Gellatly Street.
RM2JHAJXX–International Modern style Mecca Bingo Hall in Dundee, was designed 1935-36 by Joseph Emberton and John Fairweather as Greens Playhouse cinema.
RM2JH0YNX–Chandlers Lane, Dundee contains homes converted from the former harbour workshops dating back to 1837. The chimney marks the original blacksmiths.
RM2JH0YP6–The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum
RM2JH0YR5–The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum, was designed by George Gilbert Scott.
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