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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St George's in the East
St George's in the East
Architectural Review 
 
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St James Old Cathedral, West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St James Old Cathedral, West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Copyright State Library of Victoria 
 
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St John & St Giles, Great Easton, Essex
St John & St Giles, Great Easton, Essex
 
 
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St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex
St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex
 
 
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St Lawrence Jewry, City of London
St Lawrence Jewry, City of London
 
 
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St Luke's Church 1881
St Luke's Church 1881
View looking south-east towards St. Luke's Church and Norwood Cemetery (seen on its left).

In the foreground is the London Brighton South Coast railway line and houses along Bloom Grove. The Crystal Palace with its two towers is just visible in the distance. 
 
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St Luke's Church, West Norwood, Lambeth 1825
St Luke's Church, West Norwood, Lambeth 1825
 
 
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St Mary's A.D.S. Cemetery, Haisnes, France
St Mary's A.D.S. Cemetery, Haisnes, France
 
 
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St Mary's Church, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
St Mary's Church, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
by D Needham

Erewash Museum collection
Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/st-marys-church-ilkeston-derbyshire-61337 
 
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St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
 
 
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St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
Doorway 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Olave Hart Street, City of London
St Olave Hart Street, City of London
Courtesy of wikipedia 
 
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St Pancras Cemetery, 278 High Road, East Finchley. London N2
St Pancras Cemetery, 278 High Road, East Finchley. London N2
St Pancras Cemetery has a traditional style with a mixture of old and new graves. It was established in 1854, the burial chapel was built in 1854. All burial services are held in the Islington burial chapel.
The cemetery is surrounded by lawns with flower beds and many mature specimen trees. The cemetery has a selection of grave sites, for both earthen burial and special graves for cremated remains. We have also introduced vaults and mausolea. 
 
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St Pancras Old Church in 1815
St Pancras Old Church in 1815
Courtesy wikipedia 
 
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St Paul's Church, Bentley Common, Essex
St Paul's Church, Bentley Common, Essex
 
 
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St Paul, Bunhill Row, Finsbury, Middlesex
St Paul, Bunhill Row, Finsbury, Middlesex
 
 
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St Peter's Cemetery, London, Ontario, Canada
St Peter's Cemetery, London, Ontario, Canada
Street Address: 806 Victoria St
Community: London
Township: London Township
Locality: Middlesex County
Municipality: London
Province: ON
GPS: 43.013497,-81.2306

Registered to* St. Peter's Basilica Cemetery. 
 
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St Peter's London Docks
St Peter's London Docks
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithins Church
St Swithins Church
 
 
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St Swithins Church
St Swithins Church
 
 
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St Thomas Road
St Thomas Road
 
 
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St Thomas the Apostle, Navestock, Essex
St Thomas the Apostle, Navestock, Essex
 
 
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St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
Source: wikipedia 
 
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Stepney Union Workhouse
Stepney Union Workhouse
 
 
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Tel El Kabir War Cemetery
Tel El Kabir War Cemetery
 
 
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The Chapel, Coram Foundling Hospital, London
The Chapel, Coram Foundling Hospital, London
The Chapel as drawn by Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Charles Pugin for Ackermann's Microcosm of London (1808-11). 
 
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The Church of St Mary, Cottisford
The Church of St Mary, Cottisford
Oxfordshire Studies, Westgate, Oxford 
 
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The Coppice, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
The Coppice, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
 
 
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The Coppice, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
The Coppice, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
 
 
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The Ernest Willis homestead
The Ernest Willis homestead
 
 
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The Lighthouse Baptist Church
The Lighthouse Baptist Church
Began in a house in the 1860's in a road called Blackthorn Street in Bow just 100 yards from the present building. There was something of a Baptist revival in London at that time - partly connected with the influential ministry of Charles Spurgeon. The group may have been connected with Bow Baptist Church which was founded in the 18th. c.. In the mid 19th. c. the building of the London docks and the explosion in the population of the City led to rapid development of Bow and Poplar and, presumably, many new fellowships formed. The first building - Blackthorn St. Mission - was built around 1869/70 but the congregation grew and the Lighthouse Building was built. This was done in 1895. It was planned to have a nautical style lighthouse on the stub tower but shortage of funds meant it was never built. 
 
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The London Hospital
The London Hospital
The Queen's Visit to the East End: Arrival of Her Majesty at The London Hospital

Illustrated London News 11/3/1876 
 
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The London Hospital
The London Hospital
The Queen's Visit to the East End: Arrival of Her Majesty at The London Hospital

Illustrated London News 11/3/1876 
 
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The Mitta Mitta River and Snowy Creek in flood, 1917
The Mitta Mitta River and Snowy Creek in flood, 1917
From Mitta Mitta: from the early pioneer days, by S A Colquhoun 
 
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The new church under construction - 1895
The new church under construction - 1895
Source: http://www.historyhouse.co.uk/kelvedonhatch/stnicholas.html 
 
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The old church late 19th century
The old church late 19th century
Source: http://www.historyhouse.co.uk/kelvedonhatch/stnicholas.html 
 
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The Three Crowns (prev Rainham Ferry House Inn)
The Three Crowns (prev Rainham Ferry House Inn)
Daytrippers enjoying the sun outside The Three Crowns, Rainham-On-Thames, 1921. This pub was a favourite destination of Eastenders seeking fun in the countryside since it was built in the 1830s. It was also made popular due to the Gravesend Ferry which used to dock here. The land on which the Pub stood, and the Pub itself were swallowed up by the Murex factory complex in the 1960s. 
 
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Thiepval Memorial
Thiepval Memorial
 
 
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Three Crowns, Rainham Ferry, Rainham, Essex
Three Crowns, Rainham Ferry, Rainham, Essex
Courtesy of Local Studies Library, London Borough of Havering 
 
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Three Crowns, Rainham Ferry, Rainham, Essex
Three Crowns, Rainham Ferry, Rainham, Essex
Courtesy of Local Studies Library, London Borough of Havering 
 
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Three Crowns, Rainham Ferry, Rainham, Essex
Three Crowns, Rainham Ferry, Rainham, Essex
Showing The Three Crowns also known as the Rainham Ferry House Inn and as the Ferry House between 1860 & 1867. 
 
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Tilney All Saints
Tilney All Saints
History, gazetteer, and directory of Norfolk, and the city and county of the Norfolk c1836 
 
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Tilney All Saints village sign
Tilney All Saints village sign
 
 
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Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
 
 
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Tincourt New British Cemetery, Somme, France
Tincourt New British Cemetery, Somme, France
 
 
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Toowong Cemetery
Toowong Cemetery
 
 
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Toowong Cemetery
Toowong Cemetery
 
 
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Toowong Cemetery
Toowong Cemetery
 
 
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Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
Source: http://www.towerhamletscemetery.org/galleries/seasons/Summer/Summer.html 
 
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Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
Source: http://www.towerhamletscemetery.org/galleries/seasons/Summer/Summer.html 
 
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Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
 
 
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Union Cemetery
Union Cemetery
 
 
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Upminster Cemetery, Upminster, London
Upminster Cemetery, Upminster, London
The chapel 
 
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V.C. Corner Australian Cemetery and Memorial, Fromelles, France
V.C. Corner Australian Cemetery and Memorial, Fromelles, France
Source www.cwgc.org 
 
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V.C. Corner Australian Cemetery and Memorial, Fromelles, France
V.C. Corner Australian Cemetery and Memorial, Fromelles, France
Source www.cwgc.org 
 
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Vegetable Creek, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia
Vegetable Creek, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia
VegetableCreek  (now Emmaville) c.1882
Handcoloured engraving – Charles Lynde 
 
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Victoria Park Cemetery
Victoria Park Cemetery
 
 
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Victoria Park Cemetery
Victoria Park Cemetery
 
 
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Victoria Park Cemetery
Victoria Park Cemetery
 
 
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View of the Township - Snowy Creek Bridge
View of the Township - Snowy Creek Bridge
From Mitta Mitta: from the early pioneer days, by S A Colquhoun 
 
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Wagga Wagga Cemetery
Wagga Wagga Cemetery
 
 
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Waikomiti Cemetery
Waikomiti Cemetery
New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIII, Issue 7807, 29 November 1886 
 
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Waikomiti Cemetery
Waikomiti Cemetery
New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIII, Issue 7807, 29 November 1886 
 
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Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, France
Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, France
Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, France 
 
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Wealdstone Cemetery
Wealdstone Cemetery
 
 
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Wellington General Cemetery
Wellington General Cemetery
 
 
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Whitby Grove, Rhodes Street, Hull, Yorkshire
Whitby Grove, Rhodes Street, Hull, Yorkshire
Apparently, prior to demolition. 
 
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Whitechapel Road, London
Whitechapel Road, London
Trophy in Whitechapel Road (The Queen's visit to the East End of London)

Illustrated London News 
 
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Whitechapel Road, London
Whitechapel Road, London
Triumphal Arch in Whitechapel Road (The Queen's visit to the East End of London)

Illustrated London News 
 
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Whitechapel Road, London
Whitechapel Road, London
Trophy in Whitechapel Road (The Queen's visit to the East End of London)

Illustrated London News 
 
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Whitechapel Road, London
Whitechapel Road, London
Triumphal Arch in Whitechapel Road (The Queen's visit to the East End of London)

Illustrated London News 
 
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Willisville, Ontario, Canada
Willisville, Ontario, Canada
The picturesque village of Willisville, Ontario is on the Charlton, Cranberry, Frood Lake system at the north entrance of Killarney Park in the heart of the La Cloche Mountains

Source: http://www.willisville.ca/ 
 
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Wollongong City Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Wollongong City Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Unanderra
Wollongong City
New South Wales, Australia 
 
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Wollongong City Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Wollongong City Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Unanderra
Wollongong City
New South Wales, Australia 
 
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Woodlands Cemetery
Woodlands Cemetery
 
 
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Woodlands Cemetery
Woodlands Cemetery
 
 
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Woods Cemetery, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Woods Cemetery, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
 
 
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Wythburn Church
Wythburn Church
c1870 before addition of the chancel in 1872 
 

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