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First Place

Egglestone Abbey by Karen Lee
The abbey of St Mary and St John the Baptist was founded at Egglestone between 1195 and 1198 for Premonstratensian (White canons). After the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the site was granted to Robert Strelley in 1548. He later converted the east and north ranges into a mansion and installed a kitchen in the west range. The ruins were eventually placed in the guardianship of the state in 1925.
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All aboard, Beamish Museum by Karen Lee
1900's Railway Station at Beamish museum
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on the Thames by chris williams

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Chrome Hill near Earl Sterndale, Derbyshire Peak District by AJTooth
Actually, the picture is taken from just outside Hollinsclough, which is in Staffordshire. The Derbyshire-Staffordshire border is along the River Dove which lies between where I was standing and the hill.
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Tree by the River Dane, Danebridge, Staffordshire by AJTooth
Technically, this is in Cheshire, since I was standing in Staffordshire but the opposite bank is in Cheshire. I thought this scene looked as though it could be in Japan rather than England.
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Second Place

Kew Gardens by chris williams

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Rhossili, part of an old ship by chris williams

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The "Cat and Fiddle" Pub and Road, Peak District, Cheshire by AJTooth
The road is the A537, and is reputedly the most dangerous road in Britain. The pub is the second-highest in England - but has been closed down for some time now.
Comments (1) Submitted on 4th June 2018