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Images Dated 2010 June

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Feethams, Darlington EAC615726 Featured June Image

Feethams, Darlington EAC615726

FEETHAMS STADIUM, Darlington. Home of Darlington Football Club - The Quakers. Photographed in October 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

© Historic England

Aerial, Football, Leisure, Recreation, Sport

St Mawes Harbour, Cornwall AA086715 Featured June Image

St Mawes Harbour, Cornwall AA086715

ST MAWES HARBOUR, St Mawes, St Just In Roseland, Cornwall. A viewpoint overlooking Summers Beach near St Mawes Harbour in Cornwall, with a view west over small sailboats towards St Mawes Castle, and Pendennis Point and Castle in the distance. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1950-1965

© Historic England

Boat, Sea, Tranquil

Roman camp, Bradford Abbas 26650_004 Featured June Image

Roman camp, Bradford Abbas 26650_004

Roman camp in Bradford Abbas, Dorset
Roman camps are temporary enclosures dug by Roman troops when on manoeuvres and have a very distinctive shape. The line of the buried ditch of a camp shows on this photo as different colours in the crops across several fields. This playing card shaped enclosure on a slope looking over the river Yeo fits the pattern of size, shape and location of a Roman camp. They're common in some areas of Britain, such as along the line of Hadrian's Wall, indicating militarised zones. However, they are relatively rare in the south west of England and the camp at Bradford Abbas is only the fourth to be discovered in the area. Evidence for Roman military activity is known nearby at Ham Hill, South Cadbury and the probable early Roman fort, and later town, at Ilchester. The discovery poses the question of whether the camp at Bradford Abbas could be a survival of an early Roman military campaign against the local population

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