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Spitalfields Life is simply one of the best blogs on London life and history ever.

Cloth Fair, next to Smithfield Market. You can see more pictures from the Society for Photographing Relics of Old London in The Ghosts of Old London and In Search of Relics of Old London.

Michelham Priory - England’s longest water filled moat surrounds the site which dates back to 1229

Michelham Priory - Historic House / Palace in Hailsham, Wealden - South East England

Ethel Mairet | Gospels Workshop, Ditchling, Sussex, U.K. | c. 1930s

Ethel Mairet | Gospels Workshop, Ditchling, Sussex, U.K. | c. 1930s

Essencial Spitalfields , London

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Ditchling Beacon, 1935 (3)

Train Stations, Brighton, Autos

Historic Grade I listed 16th century manor house only 50 minute train journey from London Victoria. Great Ote Hall Venue in Burgess Hill, East Sussex

Historic Grade I listed century manor house only 50 minute train journey from London Victoria. Great Ote Hall Venue in Burgess Hill, East Sussex

#Handmade and #handprinted tiles!

Keymer is one of the oldest established roofing brands in the UK crafting handmade tiles and fittings since The use of local, rich Wealden clay produces unique warm colours, textures and provides renowned durability.

In the workshop. #Keymer

Keymer is one of the oldest established roofing brands in the UK crafting handmade tiles and fittings since The use of local, rich Wealden clay produces unique warm colours, textures and provides renowned durability.

Michelham priory Own photo

Michelham priory Own photo

The Byward Tower at the Tower of London. Photo via foodinspector on Instagram.

The Byward Tower at the Tower of London. Photo via foodinspector on Instagram.

hampton court palace roof in winter - Google Search

Visit the Royal Palace of Hampton Court in all its winter glory. This home to King Henry VIII regularly hosted as many as 600 people—check out its Great Hall, colorful chapel, and mammoth kitchens, all decorated for the holidays.

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