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Lighthouses in Dorset

                                               

Lighthouses in the East Riding of Yorkshire

                                               

Lighthouses in Norfolk

                                               

Lighthouses in Somerset

                                               

Passenger ships of England

                                               

Shipwrecks of Norfolk

                                               

Leverburgh

Leverburgh is the second largest village, after Tarbert, on Harris in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Leverburgh is within the parish of Harris.

                                               

Boness railway station

Boness railway station is a heritage railway station in Boness, Falkirk, Scotland. This station is not the original Boness railway station, which was located roughly a quarter mile west on Seaview Place. The site of the original station is now a ...

                                               

Hippodrome Cinema, Boness

The Hippodrome Cinema in Boness near Falkirk is an early example of a purpose-built cinema and thought to be the oldest such building surviving in Scotland. The cinema, which opened in 1912, was built for the Boness cinematography pioneer Louis D ...

                                               

Heritage railway stations in Falkirk (council area)

                                               

Greig Street Bridge

Greig Street Bridge is a footbridge across the River Ness located in Inverness, Scotland. It is a suspension bridge built in 1880–1 by the civil engineer C. Manners in conjunction with the Rose Street Foundry for a cost of £1.400. It is composed ...

                                               

Duke of Inverness

The Dukedom of Inverness was a title in the Jacobite Peerage of Great Britain, and as such was not recognised by the government or monarch or Great Britain. Its only holder was John Hay of Cromlix. Lady Cecilia Underwood was the second wife of Pr ...

                                               

Viscount of Inverness

                                               

Environment of Inverness

                                               

Religion in Inverness

                                               

People educated at Inverness Royal Academy

                                               

Transport in Inverness

                                               

Barrfields

Barrfields is a public recreation space on the site of Mansefield House in Largs, North Ayrshire, Scotland, originally given to the Largs Town Council in the 1920s, now owned by North Ayrshire Council and a leisure trust. The council subsequently ...

                                               

Kinnoull

Kinnoull is a residential area of Perth, Scotland, approximately half a mile east of the centre of Perth. The main access roads to Kinnoull from the centre of Perth are Strathmore Street the A94 and Muirhall Road, both in Bridgend. Kinnoull has i ...

                                               

Perth Corporation Tramways

In October 1903 the horse tramways of the Perth and District Tramways were taken over by Perth Corporation. An initial experiment with a petrol tram was unsuccessful and electric service began on 31 October 1905. The main route was from Scone to ...

                                               

Tulloch, Perth and Kinross

Tulloch is a residential area of Perth, Scotland, approximately 1.5 miles north-west of the centre of Perth. It is informally known as Hillyland. The main access road to Tulloch, from the east or west, is Tulloch Road, reached via the Crieff Road ...

                                               

Denholm Group

Denholm Group is a British maritime company based in Glasgow, United Kingdom. It was founded by John Denholm of Greenock in 1866 and today has an annual turnover of over £250 million. It employs over 3.000 people around the world.

                                               

Glen Line

                                               

An T-Iasgair Light

                                               

Duncansby Head Lighthouse

                                               

Fife Ness Light

                                               

Holborn Head Lighthouse

                                               

Rubha nan Gall

Rubha nan Gall lighthouse is located north of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. The name means "Strangers Point" in Scottish Gaelic. It was built in 1857 by David and Thomas Stevenson and is operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board. The lighthouse ...

                                               

Scurdie Ness

Scurdie Ness is a headland located on the South side of the River South Esk estuary, Montrose, Angus, Scotland. The River leads from the North Sea into Montrose Harbour and then into Montrose Basin. The headland has also been referred to as Scurd ...

                                               

Cameron-class steamship

The Cameron-class steamers was a class of British cargo steamships. They were designed for Clan Line and were also used by Scottish Shire Line and the Royal Navy. Clan Campbell, launched in 1937, sunk by bombing off Malta 1942. Clan Cumming, laun ...

                                               

TID-class tug

TID was a standardized British design for a tugboat drawn up and built during the Second World War. One hundred and eighty two were built for the Ministry of War Transport.

                                               

Design 1013 ships of the Ministry of War Transport

                                               

Design 1014 ships of the Ministry of War Transport

                                               

Design 1015 ships of the Ministry of War Transport

                                               

Design 1019 ships of the Ministry of War Transport

                                               

Design 1022 ships of the Ministry of War Transport

                                               

Design 1105 ships of the Ministry of War Transport

                                               

Rapana-class merchant aircraft carriers of the Netherlands Merchantile Marine

                                               

List of Empire ships (A)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (B)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (Ca–Cl)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (Co–Cy)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (D)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (E)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (F)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (G)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (H)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (I–J)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (K)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

                                               

List of Empire ships (L)

Hundreds of Empire ships were employed by the Government of the United Kingdom. They were acquired from a number of sources: many were built for the government; others obtained from the United States; still others were captured or seized from ene ...

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