Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway - Kent's miniature train set

Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway - Kent's miniature train set

Since 1927 the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR) has been an integral part of the landscape of the Romney Marsh in Kent, offering a unique novelty miniature passenger carrying service along 13-and-a-half miles of the coast.

Dolbadarn Castle - a ruined north Wales fortress

Dolbadarn Castle - a ruined north Wales fortress

Dolbadarn Castle is a fortification built by the Welsh prince Llywelyn the Great during the early 13th century, at the base of the Llanberis Pass, in northern Wales. The castle was important both militarily and as a symbol of Llywelyn's power and authority.

Myrddin Wyltt - the basis of Arthurian magician Merlin!

Myrddin Wyltt - the basis of Arthurian magician Merlin!

Myrddin Wyltt was a bard who lived in the sixth century, on which the Arthurian myth of the wizard Merlin is reputedly heavily based. His character has been described as madman, prophet and mystic, and many tales have been told about him, the authenticity of which is obviously speculative. He ended his days in the forests of Tweeddale in the Scottish Borders.

Rosebay Willowherb - a happy pink tonic for dull spots

Rosebay Willowherb - a happy pink tonic for dull spots

The rosebay willowherb is a striking wild plant with tall spires of large pink flowers, and leaves that grow like a staircase around the stem. Often found on the fringes of woodland, it presents a set of dense stands in the summer - attracting pollinators and offering a superficial resemblance to the foxglove.

Brighton Pavilion - Regency oriental opulence on the south coast

Brighton Pavilion - Regency oriental opulence on the south coast

The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is a Grade I listed extravagant former royal residence in Brighton Beginning in 1787, it was built in three stages as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales, who became the Prince Regent in 1811, and King George IV from 1820.

London's 1091 tornado - destroying a bridge, churches and 600 homes

London's 1091 tornado - destroying a bridge, churches and 600 homes

London Bridge, as the well-known nursery rhyme attests, is prone to 'falling down'. Such an event indeed occurred on October 17th 1091, when the original wooden Bridge was one of the victims of the first documented tornado in British history.

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