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Clocks and Buildings Pool
Dunster - Memorial Hall Doll Museum and Millennial Clock

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Dunster - Memorial Hall Doll Museum and Millennial Clock

On to Dunster on our day out with our visitors.

"Dunster is one of the most popular places on Exmoor for visitors. It is a medieval village with an ancient castle, priory, dovecote, yarn market, inns, packhorse bridge and a mill. Since the decline of the woollen industry in the eighteenth century the village has been locked in a time warp.

Dunster Castle, once the home of the Luttrell family, is now owned by the National Trust.

With over 200 listed buildings Dunster is preserved so that generations to come can enjoy the historic qualities of this unique village. Situated in the sweeping hills of Exmoor National park Dunster provides the ideal base for your holiday in the South West of England.

The new village map for the historic Dunster village on Exmoor National Park highlights, walks, historic buildings, shops, hotels, museums and Dunster Castle. Visitors may also pick up a free copy of the map at the Exmoor National Park Centre on Dunster Steep. The village is open all year round and accessible by car or steam train and there’s a free vintage bus from Dunster station to the village on Bank Holidays (Sunday and Monday) during 2016. For more details of this service contact Dunster Station." www.dunsterstation.co.uk



  • St Andrews Church, Coniston, Cumbria

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    St Andrews Church, Coniston, Cumbria

    Built in 1819, replacing an earlier church, the body of John Ruskin, the poet is buried in the graveyard.



  • St. Lawrence's Church, Appleby in Westmorland, Cumbria

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    St. Lawrence's Church, Appleby in Westmorland, Cumbria

    Dating from 1150 it is a Grade 1 Listed building



  • Shrewsbury Abbey Church

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    Shrewsbury Abbey Church

    Old Abbey in Shrewsbury, Shropshire



  • Church of St Peter and St Paul, Ormskirk, England

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    Church of St Peter and St Paul, Ormskirk, England

    Built in the 12th century or ealier this church is only one of three in England with both a spire and a tower. It is a Gradell* listed building.



     
    Clocks and Buildings Pool
    Not My President

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    Not My President

    "Not My President" sign in a window near Union Square, NYC. Although the clock tower at 4 Irving Place appears to be next to the building with the sign, it's actually a block away. It's the clock tower that caught my eye. I didn't notice the sign in the window until I got home and viewed the photo on my large computer screen.

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  • St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden

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    St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden

    St John's Church in Workington is modelled on this smaller church in Covent Garden, London. St. Paul's is a Grade 1 Listed building



  • Seaton - Clocktower

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    Seaton - Clocktower

    Seaton Bay is at the mouth of the Estuary of the River Axe where the River flows down the Axe Valley and into the Bay.
    On the east side of the estuary are the much younger Greensand rocks of Haven Cliff. To the west are the red mudstone cliffs of the Triassic period and the white chalk cliffs of the Cretaceous period.
    The estuary of the river Axe, although once wide and deep enough to be a safe haven for shipping has since the 14th century silted up and narrowed. This was due to the east to west tidal drift creating a big shingle beach, land reclamation of the river bank and the silting up of the river bed.
    The town is in the centre of the bay with most of the town built on the higher ground above the flood plain of the west side of the estuary.
    The mile long pebble beach is gently sloping and safe to swim from, with the pebbles being small to medium in size although after severe storms the pebbles sometimes get swept away by the tides exposing the coarse sand, which lies below the pebbles.
    At the top of the beach is the Esplanade, a flat, level, paved walk, 1,160 metres in length, stretching from the boundary of Axmouth Harbour at the eastern end of the bay, to the Chine café towards the western end.
    Although much appreciated by walkers, visitors should be aware that for half its length the walk is at the front of the sea wall. Access for this section is through one of the several storm gates let into the wall. For much of the year these storm gates are open, allowing easy access onto the esplanade and beach. During the winter months or when the risk of flooding by the sea is high, these gates may be closed. seatonbay.com/about-seaton/



  • Leicester Cathedral

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    Leicester Cathedral

    The burial site of Richard the Third. It is a Grade ll* listed building.



  • Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent

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    Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent

    Cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Rebuilt in the 1070s after being founded in 597.



     
     
     
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