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Fearon Walk The riverside walk between Elvet Bridge and Bow Lane was created in 1883 and named in honour of The Revernd William Andrewes Fearon. D.D. headmaster of Durham School.

Prescott Bridge on the Allander Way.

plate on wall for Branislavas Taraškevičius. He lived there 1923-1926

Plate on house for people who worked for Lithuanian radio and television center during 1991 January to August while SSRS ocupied Lithuania

plate on wall for professor Hermanas Perelšteinas. 1923-1998

Plaque about the cycleway on the Küstenkanalstraße B401. The 7.6km from km 17.17 to 24.84 where completed in 1996. See #53552 for resting area.

"Near this spot lie the remains of Richard III the last of the plantagenets 1485." Disputed by the green plaque 2005, (from the Richard III society) alongside it which says the story that he was thrown into the … [more]

Well, you can't please everyone Location: Higham on the Hill (England, United Kingdom) The plaque is attached to a renewed bridge under the A5 for the benefit of walkers and cyclists. Formerly it was a railway line. Anyway, interesting … [more]

Plaque next to the Pont Riqueval, see #39250.

At the excellent Bletchley Park museum: Sign reads: THE BIKE SHEDS These shelters were built during WWII to house the many bicycles that were used daily by Bletchley Park staff as transport to and from the … [more]

The plaque reads: "Hinckley Town Centre Conservation Area Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council A borough to be proud of" Shame the building behind it, a former snooker hall has been in this boarded up delapidated state for years.

The blue plaque reads: Hinckley Civic Society In a house and chapel on this site Roman Catholic Priest Father Matthew Thomas Norton OP (1732-1800) re-founded the Dominican order in England after Henry VIII's Reformation. Hinckley and … [more]

Totally illegible blue plaque above shops in Cambridge - commemorating Eglantyne Jebb, co-founder of Save the Children in 1919.

Plaque beside Route 51.

Blaydon Races plaque on wall between railway and Stella Rd B6317. Song written 1862, after racing started in 1861, ending on Stella Haugh in 1914.

Castle Hotel, Devizes - CTC winged wheel plaque

The blue plaque on the right of this building reads: "Lowestoft Railway Station Britain's most easterly railway station. The Reedham to Lowestoft line was commissioned by Sir Morton Peto and opened on 3rd May 1847. The present station was … [more]

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