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London, England

Deptford Anchor

A much-loved local landmark pays tribute to the shipbuilding past of this area.
Eamont Bridge, England

Mayburgh Henge

An impressive Neolithic henge with banks nearly 10 feet high.
Nether Wallop, England

Douce Mausoleum

Inspired by the colossal pyramids at Giza, this 15-foot structure is believed to be the first funerary pyramid in Great Britain.
Hucknall, England

Hucknall Miners Memorial

This imaginative sculpture is a memorial to this town's former mining industry.
Morecambe, England

Eric Morecambe Statue

Dedicated to the legendary comedian Eric Morecambe depicting his iconic "Bring Me Sunshine" stance.
St Mawes, England

St. Mawes Castle

A 16th-century artillery fort built to protect England against European invasion.
London, England

Alfred Russel Wallace Statue

A tribute to an explorer and naturalist often overlooked by history.
Moira, England

Moira Furnace

This early 19th-century blast furnace only survived because it was a financial and technical failure.
Whitby, England

Whitby Horse Mounting Blocks

These carved, weathered stones once gave mail carriers and pub goers a leg up.
Staffordshire, England

Bevin Boys Memorial

A long-overdue monument to the forgotten British men drafted into the coal mines during World War II.
Larne, Northern Ireland

Larne Museum and Arts Centre

Artifacts and exhibits tell the story of a small town that has punched above its weight and influenced history.
Prestwich, England

Irwell House Ruins

This grand Georgian manor house was converted to serve as an isolation hospital before it was abandoned and destroyed.
Sheffield, England

The Steelworker Mural

This magnificent mural was created with over 30,000 colored bricks.
Hove, England

Everest's Grave

An unassuming churchyard is the resting place of a pioneering surveyor and reluctant namesake of a mountain.
Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Scolpaig Tower

Although it appears much older, this castle-like tower is actually a Georgian-era folly.
Nottinghamshire, England

Chapel of Saint Mary the Virgin

English Protestants once criticized this enormous private chapel for being too ornate.
Edinburgh, Scotland

Shrine to Saint Andrew

Inside this cathedral is a shoulder bone belonging to the Patron Saint of Scotland.
Bolsover, England

Cundy House

This restored 17th century "conduit house," often mistaken for a watchtower, actually supplied water to nearby Bolsover Castle.
Plymouth, England

The Leviathan

Overlooking the spot where the Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower stands Devon's answer to the Colossus of Rhodes.
Farnham, England

Waverley Abbey

The ruins of a 12th-century Cistercian monastery can be found alongside World War II tank traps and pillboxes.
Chester, England

Chester Town Hall Clock Tower

The western face was supposedly left clock-less to snub the Welsh.
Islandmagee, Northern Ireland

Ballylumford Dolmen

This Bronze Age tomb makes the most unusual front garden fixture.
Copley, England

Copley Chimney

This industrial chimney looks rather out of place, isolated in the middle of an attractive woodland.
Lincolnshire, England

The Cottage Museum

This unique museum is housed in a rare example of an early 19th century prefabricated cottage.