Pictures of Bedfordshire
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The County of Bedfordshire is the smallest of the 'Shires' and is in the South-Eastern part of central England. Void of Cities, Bedfordshire has some interesting Towns to visit including the Market Towns of Bedford (It's County Town in the North), Luton (South), Leighton Buzzard (Southwest) and Dunstable (South). From the Southern boarders of the County to London it is just 30 miles. It is a rural County which borders Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire. Popular Attractions include, Woburn Abbey - home of the Duke of Bedford and Whipsnade Zoo.
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The lovely town of Ampthill lies sheltered by hills in the sandstone belt of Bedfordshire...
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The attractive village of Barton-le-Clay nestles at the foot of the beautiful Barton Hills, it is ringed by beautiful Bedfordshire countryside and is famous for its impressive.....
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Bedford is the historic County town of Bedfordshire with a beautiful riverside setting on the great River Ouse. John Bunyan, author of Pilgrim's has strong associations with this town...
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A village surrounded by woodlands and famous for the art of straw plaiting used to make straw boater hats. Legend has it that Dick Turpin stopped here on his famous ride to York......
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Henry I gave Dunstable its first "Royal" charter making it a market town, this was at the time he founded the town's Augustinian priory in 1131...
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Elstow's fine Moot Hall is a building of 1500, this is a medieval market hall which is open to the public, it houses a collection illustrating John Bunyan's life and times...
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Old Warden is a sleepy Bedfordshire village with pretty honey-coloured thatched cottages and a wealth of other interesting buildings...
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Silsoe is mostly noted for Wrest Park, a mansion in French Chateaux style which was the home of the de Grey family...
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Willington lies on the south east outskirts of Bedford, it is most notable for its Dovecote, an oblong structure with nesting chambers and several stepped gables. Its stables are.....
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Houghton House is a 3 story stately home built by Lady Pembroke in 1621. Houghton is reputedly the model for "House Beautiful" in.....
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Rowney Warren is a lively woodland managed jointly by the Southill Estate and the Forestry Commission. The wood is predominantly.....
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The Shuttleworth Collection - a unique flying collection showcasing the first one hundred years of flight. This unique collection.....
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These glorious gardens, laid out in the early part of the 19th century, fully embrace the romanticism of the era. The fashion at.....
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Where better to go for a great family day out than the zoo. Here, at Whipsnade, under the great open sky you can enjoy the.....
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Set in 3,000 acres of beautiful park land, Woburn Abbey has been the home of the Russell family for almost 450 years and it is.....
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