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Quorn and Woodhouse Station

Opened in 1899, Quorn and Woodhouse railway station was part of the Great Central Railway London Extension. The station design is of a single double sided island platform. 105 more words

19th Century Architecture

Church Of St Nicholas, Bringhurst, Leicestershire

This is a view of the chancel in a beautiful church of St Nicholas, Bringhurst in Leicestershire, with its wonderful Norman arches and hopefully tomorrows post will be about those arches, plus the rest of the church.   17 more words

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Sileby, Leicestershire

The Church of St Mary, Sileby, Leicestershire.

Photo taken : 20 July 2014

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Charnwood's 600 million years of Geology

Charnwood Roots Project is hosting an FREE geology workshops offering you the chance to glimpse into Charnwood’s 600 million year past.  Open to everyone who is volunteering on the Charnwood Project. 162 more words

Archaeological News

Pulpit Sunday, St Nicholas, Bringhurst, Leicestershire

 We visited the lovely church of St Nicholas in Bringhurst in Leicestershire a couple of weeks ago, to see the lovely Norman arches.  The pulpit is quite plain and suits the arches.   23 more words

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Walton-on-the-Wolds, Leicestershire

The Church of St Mary, Walton-on-the-Wolds, Leicestershire.

Photo taken : 20 July 2014

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