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Images Dated 2011 June

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Images Dated 2011 June collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Stockport viaduct AA98_05394 Featured June Print

Stockport viaduct AA98_05394

RAILWAY VIADUCT, Stockport, Greater Manchester. This evocative urban landscape shows the railway viaduct in Stockport, looking along the river. Photographed by Eric de Mare in 1954

© Historic England Archive

Bridge, Railway

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544 Featured June Print

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544

ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, The Strand, London. A perspective view of the Royal Courts of Justice, looking east down The Strand towards St Dunstan in the West. The courts were completed to the Gothic revival designs of G. E. Street in 1882. Horse-drawn cabs are parked in the centre of the road where a bus can also be seen. C N Collection, photographed between 1882 and 1916

© Historic England

Enclosures, Stoke Hammond 26957_027 Featured June Print

Enclosures, Stoke Hammond 26957_027

Neolithic long mortuary enclosures in Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire
Features below the plough soil that cause cropmarks can be man-made or natural. In this case it's both. The man-made features are two elongated, capsule shaped enclosures, a circular enclosure and a few large pits. The rest are marks in the gravel, created naturally during the Ice Age. The capsule shaped enclosures are examples of one of the oldest types of monument in Britain called Neolithic Long Mortuary Enclosures. They're thought to be areas where dead bodies were placed before burial although there's debate within the archaeological community about what really went on in these enigmatic places

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