Haworth in the West Yorkshire moors. I spent one of the best times of my life here, walking up on the moors with my love. <3

Haworth in West Yorkshire, doesn't look bad in the snow at all! Haworth in the West Yorkshire moors. I spent one of the best times of my life here, walking up on the moors with my love.

Lincoln Christmas Market, been there, done that, ate the yummy roasted chestnuts & got the silly top hat!! Loved it!

Lincoln Christmas Market, England, been there, done that, ate the yummy roasted chestnuts & got the silly top hat!

High Bridge in Lincoln, England is the oldest bridge in the United Kingdom that still has buildings on it. It was built about 1160 and a chapel built in 1235 dedicated to Thomas Becket was removed in 1762 with the current row of shops dating from 1550

High Bridge, Lincoln, England - The oldest bridge in the United Kingdom that still has buildings on it and was built about A chapel built in 1235 dedicated to Thomas Becket was removed in 1762 with the current row of shops dating from

Christmas shoppers browse the stalls at the opening of the traditional Christmas market in Bath...I must go to this market next month!

The top 10 Christmas markets

German Christmas markets remain some of the most popular markets in the world, although many countries have since adopted this old-world tradition. A great way to experience several European Christmas Markets is by taking a Viking River Cruise.

Steep Hill, Lincoln, England. Reminds me of Disney's 1960's version of "Greyfriar's Bobby"

Steep Hill, Lincoln, England (Steep Hill is a popular tourist street in the historic city of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England)

Attractive England http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/europe/

Steep Hill is a popular tourist street in the historic city of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. At the top of the hill is the entrance to Lincoln Cathedral and at the bottom is Well Lane. The Hill consists of independent shops, tea rooms and pubs.

Durham Cathedral, Durham UK

Durham Cathedral, Durham UK A lovely city, filled with cobbled streets and shops.where I will be living, breathing, walking and eating.and maaaaybe some studying.

Brick Train is Magnificent Time Capsule for English School (3) - Train pays homage to the area's transit history as the world's first steam-operated public railway in 1825. Replicating the 1938 Mallard, it is comprised of over 185,000 bricks. The massive structure is settled along the A66 on the edge of Darlington, Durham, England (UK).

Brick Train is Magnificent Time Capsule for English School

Comprised of over bricks, this life-size steam locomotive by Scottish sculptor David Mach doubles as a storage unit for time capsules donated by local schools in England.

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