RMKE69DF–The Grade II-listed bridge over the B4017 at Steventon, Oxfordshire, which is preventing full electrification of the Great Western mainline railway as it is too low.
RMRYP79E–The East Lothian Yacht Club building, a former granary store (built 1802 Grade B listed), at the harbour, North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
RFTT99TR–The Fishermen's Monument at Dunbar Harbour was erected in 1856 by local benefactor William Brodie. It is dedicated to the fishermen of Dunbar.
RFJM917F–Princes Square, Glasgow
RMDA19DX–St. Mary's Church in Beddington, south London
RF2J99BD6–Scotland, Carstairs Village Parish Church built in 1794 and is a Grade B listed building made of stone in South Lanarkshire
RMCF4Y9X–The Rotunda, a grade ll listed highrise building in the centre of Birmingham. The building was built in 1965 and was refurbished
RMC7H837–Smithills Hall Grade I listed manor house Scheduled Monument township Halliwell Bolton, Greater Manchester England oldest manor
RMKE1YWE–St Stephen's Church St Stephen's Avenue, parish church for city of Bristol, England. It has been designated by Historic England as a grade I listed b
RMPBD607–The Grade II listed brutalist One Kemble Street, off Kingsway, was designed by Richard Seifert as part of the 1960s commercial property boom
RMDC6PMT–Midland Bank Grade I listed building in Poultry, City of London, London, UK.
RM2GK7XWE–1962, historical view from this era of St Mary's church at Sompting, Littlehampton, West Sussex, England, UK. 1962, The flint built church building, with its saxon tower, was listed as Grade I by English Heritage in 1954, because of it's exceptional historical importance, particualry the Rhenish helm on the church tower, with its four-sided pyramid-style gabled cap very unusual in England.
RMPJFPNH–The Port of Liverpool Building on Pier Head near the River Mersey of Liverpool, England
RM2A5KGNP–Black and white image of the grade 1 listed, Norman church of All Saints in the Wiltshire village of Crudwell near Cirencester.
RMHP99JM–Beach Lighthouse (also known as the Lower Light), Fleetwood, Lancashire
RMR3DGPK–The Guildhall in Launceston, Cornwall, had a major refurbishment in 2010 and was Highly Commended in the RICS Building Conservation South West Awards
RFK5H7BK–King George V graving dock (dry dock) Port of Southampton, Southampton Docks, Southampton, Hampshire, England, UK.
RM2BJ1N32–Preston bus station, concrete 1960s listed building in Preston, Lancashire. North West England
RM2EH08KA–An early printed photograph showing motorcyclist performing on the Wall of Death at the Kursall, Southend, England. The Kursaal is a Grade II listed building noted for its architectual style and domed top in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England. It opened in 1901 as part of one of the world's first purpose-built amusement parks. The wall of death (sometimes known as The wall of death, motordrome, silodrome or well of death is a wooden planked barrel shaped arena where spectators watch from the top as motorcycles or other motorised vehicles ride aroun it at speed,often performing other stunts.
RFTT99T8–The Fishermen's Monument at Dunbar Harbour was erected in 1856 by local benefactor William Brodie. It is dedicated to the fishermen of Dunbar.
RF2CBF03E–Port of Liverpool Building, Pier Head, Liverpool Waterfront. Grade II* listed, one of the Liverpool Three Graces buildings. Opened 1907.
RMP25GD9–. This is a photo of listed building number 1144574. English: Looking south-west over the Grade II listed early 19th-century bridge over Newlands Beck at Stair, in Newlands Valley, Cumbria, England. In the distance is the 2,090 ft. Causey Pike edging Newlands Valley. The photographer was Henry Mayson, who was born in Keswick and who set up a photographic studio there in the 1880s, producing postcards under the 'Mayson Series'. His work concerned the landscape and people of the Lake District. The geog-location is the approximate position of the camera. before 1921. Henry Mayson (1845-1921) b
RF2CTD4Y8–19th century four-span Ladykirk and Norham Bridge crossing the River Tweed, joining Berwickshire, Scottish Borders (left) and Northumberland (right).
RMCF4YA1–The Rotunda, a grade ll listed highrise building in the centre of Birmingham. The building was built in 1965 and was refurbished
RMCB5YPD–St Ann's Church Manchester Grade I listed building neo classical architecture
RMKE1YWX–St Stephen's Church St Stephen's Avenue, parish church for city of Bristol, England. It has been designated by Historic England as a grade I listed b
RM2C92WM6–Sign advertising luxury apartments for sale in Thornton Place, a converted Grade II listed building on Clapham Common North Side.
RMDC6PHD–Midland Bank Grade I listed building in Poultry, City of London, London, UK.
RM2GK7XKA–1962, historical, view from this era of the distinctive church tower of St Mary's with its Rhenish helm, at Sompting, Littelhampton, West Sussex, England, UK and surrounding graveyard. The four-sided pyramid-style gabled cap on top of the saxon tower is an unusual feature in England. The flint built church was of such exceptional historical importance, that it was listed as a Grade I building by English Heritage in 1954, making it a rare building as only 2.5% of all listed buildings in England are classified as Grade 1.
RMRJC6DE–The University of East London Stratford Campus is based in and around University House, a Grade II* listed building (formerly the West Ham Technical Institute), located in Stratford, London in the London Borough of Newham. Designed by Gibson and Russell in the Renaissance Revival architecture style, with added carving introduced by the foreman of construction W.B. Rhind.
RFHPYJDG–The Cunard Building is a Grade II* listed building located in Liverpool, England. It is sited at the Pier Head and along with the neighbouring Liver B
RMG1D9N5–The Brunswick Centre is a grade II listed, residential and shopping centre in Bloomsbury, Camden, London, England, designed by Patrick Hodgkinson in the mid-1960s.
RMR4Y04G–The Guildhall in Launceston, Cornwall, had a major refurbishment in 2010 and was Highly Commended in the RICS Building Conservation South West Awards
RM2A0WHY8–The text reads Plaque text reads 'Here lived Sir Isaac Pitman b. 1813 d. 1897' - The Royal Crescent, Bath, England, UK
RMKWJ5XH–White Mill Bridge, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset, UK, 17th April 2012. Gravel river bed exposed due to low river levels.
RF2AYYH7K–Central Hydraulic Tower, Grade II listed building which used to power lock gates and bridges on the Great Float, B
RMCET3PN–Cley windmill, a grade ll listed tower mill originally built in the early 19th century, illuminated at night. The windmill has b
RFCEN88B–Wentworth Woodhouse Grade I listed country house South Yorkshire England Deer Park
RMKE1YWW–St Stephen's Church St Stephen's Avenue, parish church for city of Bristol, England. It has been designated by Historic England as a grade I listed b
RM2GF3K1K–The stone build Wye Bridge over the river Wye at Builth Well, Llanelwedd, Powys, Wales.
RMDC6PHW–Midland Bank Grade I listed building in Poultry, City of London, London, UK.
RM2J9004K–1962, historical, view from the river Thames of a new high-rise office building under construction on the South Bank of the river, London, England, UK. Built by John Mowlem & Co for the British engineering company, Vickers and originally known as Vickers House or Tower, it later became known as Millbank Tower. Construction on this modern skyscraper started in 1959 and on completion in 1963, it became the tallest building in the UK at 387ft. In the 1990s, the building became famous as the headquarters of the Labour Party. It was Grade II listed in 1995.
RMEN25PB–Lotus Eclat British sports car Rudding Park Hotel, a Grade I listed Regency-style country house in Harrogate, North Yorkshire,
RM2BF2RD8–Rotunda tower in Birmingham Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, GB, UK
RMG1D9R8–The Brunswick Centre is a grade II listed, residential and shopping centre in Bloomsbury, Camden, London, England, designed by Patrick Hodgkinson in the mid-1960s.
RMJY25EM–The now replaced Grade II listed Old Lighthouse at Dungeness in Kent.
RMWX0Y56–'Brambletye House', c1835. Grade II listed building in Forest Row, East Sussex, dating from c1631, built by Sir Henry Compton. Antique line engraving by Robert Blemmell Schnebbelie. From "The History, Antiquities, and Topography of the County of Sussex, Volume the First", by Thomas Walker Horsfield, F.S.A. [Baxter, Sussex Press, Lewes; Messrs. Nichols and Son, London, (1835)]
RMKJJ6PH–Image taken during the 1940s showing the Spa at Scarborough in North Yorkshire, England.Scarborough Spa is a Grade II* listed building.
RF2AG1KAK–Lacock Abbey: Gothic archway and remodelled entrance in the Gothick style by Sanderson Miller in the 18th century. Black and white old film photograph
RMP6T69W–The view of the dome of St Paul's Cathedral in London through leafless branches
RMJEBNMH–The Royal Bank Of Scotland building at St Andrew's Cross Roundabout in Plymouth,Grade ll listed, Sunny summer. Devon, England, United Kingdon, UK
RFKGP8P5–Llandudno Pier at sunrise, Wales
RMHY21E9–The Cunard Building is a Grade II* listed building located in Liverpool, England. It is sited at the Pier Head and along with the neighbouring Liver B
RME8WTJJ–Open plan kitchen and living room in B listed Apartment, Devonshire Terrace, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
RFCB5XF1–Moor Park Grade I listed Palladian mansion Hertfordshire England Giacomo Leoni Corinthian portico Tuscan
RMWNEK8D–St Michael and All Angels Church stands on Warhill overlooking the village of Mottram in Longdendale, Tameside Greater Manchester, Grade II* listed b
RM2JAG944–The Grand Staircase at Petworth House in West Sussex, United Kingdom. Petworth is a late 17th-century Grade I listed country house, rebuilt in 1688 b
RMEDYD3D–Carved arch with chevrons, stars and grapes believed to date1140s over the south doorway of Tortington Church, West Sussex
RME19ADN–1950s historical view of memorial statue to Aviation pioneer Charles Rolls in front of Shire Hall, Agincourt Sq, Monmouth, Wales
RMCBYP3W–The pedestrian Duke Street (1748) in Bath, Somerset, England, built by John Wood the Elder.
RM2B6P4CX–Gezicht op Brighton Beach West Brighton Beach (titel op object) View of Brighton Beach West Brighton Beach (title object) Property Type: photo page Item number: RP-F 2001-7-948-1-7 Inscriptions / Brands: inscription, recto, printed: 'Eastman's Permanent Bromide Paper-Grade B.' Manufacturer : photographer: EW Newcomb (listed property) Place manufacture: Brighton Dating: about 1884 - or for 1889 Material: paper Technique: gelatin silver print dimensions: photo: h 98 mm × W 169 mmToelichtingFoto front page 144. Subject: beach pier, quay, wharf where: Brighton Pier
RMG1D9RG–The Brunswick Centre is a grade II listed, residential and shopping centre in Bloomsbury, Camden, London, England, designed by Patrick Hodgkinson in the mid-1960s.
RMG0RRXX–The Grade II listed laboratory at the RHS gardens at Wisley in Surrey.
RMWX0Y48–'Brambletye House, Interior', c1835. Grade II listed building in Forest Row, East Sussex, dating c1631 and built by Sir Henry Compton. Antique line engraving by Robert Blemmell Schnebbelie. From "The History, Antiquities, and Topography of the County of Sussex, Volume the First", by Thomas Walker Horsfield, F.S.A. [Baxter, Sussex Press, Lewes; Messrs. Nichols and Son, London, (1835)]
RMG3BJF0–The Wearmouth Bridge, River Wear, Sunderland, England, 19th century
RF2AW813K–New Place, Shedfield, Hampshire, UK, designed by Edwin Landseer Lutyens in 1906: black and white infra-red filmstock, with its characteristic prominent grain structure, high-contrast and glowing bright foliage.
RMRY4WDT–A vintage view of British broadcasting corporation headquarters (without any eastern extension)- 1934 View of Broadcasting House, Portland,Place, London (BBC) with Langham Place in background. It originally housed 22 radio studios. The statues of Prospero and Ariel can be seen above the front entrance
RM2C4F23D–The New Wimbledon Theatre is situated on the Broadway, Wimbledon, London, in the London Borough of Merton. It is a Grade II listed Edwardian theatre b
RMPWM2RM–Battersea Power Station - Turbine 'B' September 1987
RMJ4148Y–The Coronation Clock Tower, built in 1902, Claremont Road, Surbiton, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, England, Great B
RM2CY24K2–London, England, UK. Art Deco Adelphi building (1938: 1-10 John Adam Street) Grade II listed building. Portland Stone figure 'Dawn'
RFCBHWF4–Southport Pier Grade II listed structure Merseyside England Tramway Tram Promenade seaside rowing boat beach paddling
RMWNEKX2–St Michael and All Angels Church stands on Warhill overlooking the village of Mottram in Longdendale, Tameside Greater Manchester, Grade II* listed b
RM2JAG948–The Grand Staircase at Petworth House in West Sussex, United Kingdom. Petworth is a late 17th-century Grade I listed country house, rebuilt in 1688 b
RF2J9G3HF–The newly repainted buildings of Block B at Bletchley Park WWII code breaking centre, Buckinghamshire
RMEAKGRW–1950s, historical view of the South front of Lyme House, Disley, Cheshire, England, showing lawn and lake.
RMAYT3TC–Grade II listed Tower Buildings (1864) and white panel van, Wapping, London, UK.
RM2HFK3BR–Dunelm House, Durham University, New Elvet, Durham, County Durham, 01/10/1966. Dunelm House at Durham University seen from south-east with Durham Cathedral in the background. Dunelm House was designed by Architects Co-Partnership, under the supervision of Sir Ove Arup, and was built by Laing's Construction Company for Durham University. This Brutalist style student's union building was completed in 1966 and later won a R.I.B.A. Architecture Award in 1967.
RMG1D9NH–The Brunswick Centre is a grade II listed, residential and shopping centre in Bloomsbury, Camden, London, England, designed by Patrick Hodgkinson in the mid-1960s.
RM2B07PKR–The Wellington Hotel is a Grade II listed building in Margate Old Town.
RMWX0D2W–The Granada cinema, Tooting, London, 1931, (1933). The Granada, Tooting: 'modelled on the Spanish-Moorish architecture of the city from which it took its name.' Interior of the newly-opened cinema, built in luxurious Art Deco style, which was later granted Grade I Listed status. It is considered by many to be the most spectacular cinema in Britain. From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]
RF2BN5G45–Front view of New Wimbledon Theatre, an Edwardian Grade II listed building owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group.