St. Andrew's Church, from Lower Church Lane, Farnham

Farnham, Surrey

Farnham is a Georgian market town in Surrey, thirty eight miles from London, on the Surrey Hampshire border. A milestone in the Woolmead area of the town states the distance from London. At one time, the stone ...
May tree, The Mill at Elstead, Elstead

Elstead, Surrey

Elstead is a small village between Farnham and Godalming in Surrey, not far from the A3 London to Portsmouth main road. It is surrounded by woods, heathland and River Wey water meadows. Its buildings are situat...
Yew tree, Burford Spur, Box Hill

Box Hill, Surrey

Box Hill is on the North Downs and is easily accessible from the A24 main road, near Dorking in Surrey. Box Hill and West Humble railway station, which provides direct trains from London, is within a short walk...
The Shottery, High Street, Bray

Bray, Berkshire

Bray is a very pretty historical riverside village, on the banks of the River Thames, between Maidenhead and Windsor, Berkshire. It is also known as Bray on Thames. It has a wealth of cottages and very expensiv...
Temple Island, Remenham

Remenham, Berkshire

Remenham is a hamlet on the Berkshire bank of the River Thames, east of Henley-on-Thames. The name means "home of the ravens" and is probably derived from the Saxon god, Woden, whose symbol was the raven. Most ...
Church Street St. Marys, Sandwich

Sandwich, Kent

Sandwich in Kent, is a well preserved medieval town, rich in 16th and 17th century architecture. It is now two miles from the sea, but was once one of the most important naval bases in England. Before the River...
West Cliff Beach and Pier, Bournemouth

Bournemouth, Dorset

Bournemouth in Dorset, is a cosmopolitan seaside resort on the south coast of England. It has many enormous natural advantages and attracts over five million visitors every year, not only in the summer months, ...
Odd Corners, 3 Birch Street and 5 Birch Street, Nayland

Nayland, Suffolk

Nayland is a Suffolk village, seven miles north of Colchester, near the mouth of the River Stour. In the 16th century, it was a prosperous cloth town and The Old Guildhall in the High Street demonstrates this. ...