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405 Man-made Structures- Other to explore in England

England

England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. The area now called England was first inhabited by modern humans during the Upper Paleolithic period but takes its name from the Angles, a Germanic tribe deriving its name from the Anglia peninsula, who settled during the 5th and 6th centuries. England's economy is one of the largest and most dynamic in the world, with an average GDP per capita of £28,100 or $36,000.

Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet
Abbeydale Industrial HamletAbbeydale Rd S, Beauchief, Sheffield S7 2QW, UK

Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet is a unique eighteenth century industrial works. Catch a glimpse of life at home and at work at a rural scythe and steelworks dating back to the 18th century. See the Manager's House and Worker's Cottage, waterwheels, workshops, tilt hammers, a grinding hull, steam engine and the last complete surviving crucible steel furnace in the UK.

Amerton Railway
Amerton RailwayAmerton Farm & Craft Centre, Amerton, Stafford ST18 0LA, UK

The Amerton Railway is a 2ft gauge line, set in the rolling Staffordshire countryside, and situated at the very popular Amerton Working Farm. The Railway is home to the 1897 Bagnall-built saddle tank Isabel which became such a part of Stafford life on her plinth outside the main Stafford Station. It is owned by Staffordshire Narrow Gauge Railway Limited, a registered charity, and operated by volunteers.

Anderton Boat Lift Visitor Centre
Anderton Boat Lift Visitor CentreLift Ln, Northwich CW9 6FW, UK

The Anderton Boat Lift is a two caisson lift lock near the village of Anderton, Cheshire, in North West England. It provides a 50-foot (15.2 m) vertical link between two navigable waterways: the River Weaver and the Trent and Mersey Canal. The structure is designated as a scheduled monument, and is included in the National Heritage List for England. It is one of only two working boat lifts in the United Kingdom; the other is the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland.

Apedale Valley Light Railway
Apedale Valley Light RailwayLoomer Rd, Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme ST5 7LB, UK

The Apedale Valley Light Railway was officially opened in September 2010 by the Moseley Railway Trust. The railway normally operates a diesel service on every Saturday during its opening season, and the second weekend of every month is a Steam weekend.

Apollo Pavilion
Apollo Pavilion1le, 91 Oakerside Dr, Peterlee SR8 1LE, UK

Apollo Pavilion is an iconic example of 1960s public art and designed by Edwin John Victor Pasmore (d. 1998) during his time as consultant Director of urban design for Peterlee Development Corporation. The design consists of large geometric planes of white concrete, the only decoration being two oval murals. The structure spans a small lake that frames a large geometric statue by Pasmore; in its original form, the Pavilion provided a pedestrian link between the two halves of the estate.

Arthur's Stone
Arthur's StoneArthur's Stone Ln, Dorstone, Hereford HR3 6AX, UK

Arthur's Stone is an atmospheric Neolithic burial chamber made of great stone slabs, set in the hills above Herefordshire's Golden Valley. It is over 5,000 years old. Today only the large stones of the inner chamber remain, though these were once covered by a long earthen mound.

Ascot Racecourse
Ascot RacecourseHigh St, Ascot SL5 7JX, UK

Ascot Racecourse is synonymous with quality, excellence and a truly memorable day out. It has a spectacular racing takes place throughout the year, each raceday offering a unique theme and atmosphere including a summer cocktail party in July, a Beer Festival in October and Fireworks in November as well as five dedicated family racedays and much more.

Avon Valley Railway (Bitton Station)
Avon Valley Railway (Bitton Station)Bitton Station, Bath Rd, Bitton, Bristol BS30 6HD, UK

Opened in 1869 by the Midland Railway as a through-route between Birmingham and the South Coast the line was later linked to the iconic Somerset & Dorset Railway. The railway is perhaps best known for connecting the former Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway, whose northern terminus was at Bath Green Park station, with the London, Midland, and Scottish Railway.

Avoncliff Aqueduct
Avoncliff AqueductCanal Cottage Dundas Aqueduct, Avoncliff, Bath BA2 7BL, UK

Avoncliff Aqueduct carries the Kennet and Avon Canal over the River Avon and the Bath to Westbury railway, at Avoncliff in Wiltshire, England, about 1+1⁄2 miles west of Bradford-on-Avon. It was built by John Rennie and chief engineer John Thomas, between 1797 and 1801. It is a Grade II* listed structure. The aqueduct has three arches and is 110 yards long, with a central elliptical arch of 60 ft span, and two semicircular side arches each 34 ft across, all with V-jointed arch stones.

Basingstoke Canal
Basingstoke CanalBasingstoke Canal, United Kingdom

The Basingstoke Canal in North Hampshire was built between 1788 and 1794 and is 32 miles long with 29 locks. After many years of restoration, it is now fully navigable and a boater’s paradise. The canal flows between the village of Greywell in Hampshire to Woodham in Surrey before connecting to the River Wey Navigation, which in turn joins the River Thames.

Batemans Brewery
Batemans BrewerySalem Bridge Brewery, Mill Ln, Wainfleet All Saints, Skegness PE24 4JE, UK

Batemans Brewery is an English brewery based at Salem Bridge Brewery in Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, and founded in 1874. The company owns 69 public houses, with 23 situated in Boston alone. The brewery focuses on cask-conditioned ales, their best known being XB and XXXB. Their slogan is "Good Honest Ales".

Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight Visitors Centre
Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight Visitors CentreDogdyke Rd, Coningsby, Lincoln LN4 4SY, UK

BBMF Visitor Centre has now been an important part of the BBMF’s engagement with the public for 33 years. In a unique partnership arrangement between the RAF and Lincolnshire County Council, the Visitor Centre allows visitors from all over the UK, and indeed the world. It itself houses a small exhibition area with various displays and has a well-stocked shop selling an extensive range of aviation and BBMF-related items. There is also a café offering a selection of sandwiches and cake, and hot a

Battlefield Falconry Centre
Battlefield Falconry CentreBattlefield 1403, Shrewsbury SY4 3DB, UK

Battlefield Falconry Centre has a wonderful collection of over 30 birds, and a good variety of species of owl, hawk, and falcon. There is a Hawk Walk, a Bird of Prey Experience, and a Bird Handling session to choose from, all of which give older kids a chance to get close to, and even fly some beautiful birds. Full training and equipment are provided, plus some interesting information about the birds from the experienced falconer.

Bayham Old Abbey
Bayham Old AbbeyClay Hill Rd, Tunbridge Wells TN3 8LJ, UK

One of the impressive English heritage property which makes a fascinating day out on the Kent Sussex border. The impressive ruins, built from golden local sandstone, include much of the 13th to the 15th-century church, the chapter house, and a picturesque 14th-century gatehouse. The ruins were partially modified in the late 18th century, to provide a better landscape feature during landscaping of the new Bayham Abbey mansion park, and were donated to the state in 1961.

Bekonscot Model Village & Railway
Bekonscot Model Village & RailwayWarwick Rd, Beaconsfield HP9 2PL, UK

The world's oldest and original model village which has a a huge model railway, 1.5 acres of well kept gardens and finely detailed model buildings Bekonscot is a great day out for everyone.

Belas Knap Long Barrow
Belas Knap Long BarrowWinchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5AL, UK

A fine example of a Neolithic long barrow, with a false entrance and side chambers. Excavated in 1863 and 1865, the remains of 31 people were found in the chambers. It was probably constructed around 3000 BC and was used for successive burials over a period of years until eventually the burial chambers were deliberately blocked. It is a type of monument known as the Cotswold Severn Cairn, all of which have a similar trapezoid shape, and are found scattered along the River Severn.

Bembridge Windmill
Bembridge WindmillBembridge Windmill, High St, Bembridge PO35 5SQ, UK

It is the last surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight, Bembridge, which was built around 1700. It last operated in 1913 and it contains much of its original wooden machinery. It has been restored and is open to the public.

BeWILDerwood Norfolk
BeWILDerwood NorfolkHorning Rd, Hoveton, Norwich NR12 8JW, UK

A huge, award winning forest of family fun and outdoor adventure. Treehouses, Wobbly Wires, Slippery Slopes, Crocklebogs, Twiggles and Boggles, storytelling, boat rides, marsh walks and really yummy food. The whole family can spend hours running, whizzing and clambering on the sustainable wooden play structures, from aerial ropewalks to climbing walls, balancing logs and muddled mazes in a beautiful forest setting.

Bingley St Ives
Bingley St IvesHarden, Bingley BD16 1AT, UK

Bingley St.Ives is a country park that was located on the outskirt of Bingley. The Golf Club was formed in 1931 as a municipal club under the auspices of Bingley Urban District Council. Initially the course was of a 9-hole layout which was expanded to 18 holes in 1934. Over the more recent decades the course has been further developed with input from several leading players including Sir Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Canizares contributing to the improvement of various holes.

Bircham Windmill
Bircham WindmillThe Mill, Snettisham Rd, Great Bircham, King's Lynn PE31 6SJ, UK

Great Bircham Windmill is a Grade II listed tower mill in Great Bircham, Norfolk, England. Come and enjoy this family run attraction with something for everyone. Bake some bread, climb to the top of the mill. Play in the garden. See the sheep being milked at 2pm daily. Sample some homemade bread, cakes and cheese all on sale in our tearooms and to take home from our bakery.

Map of Man-made Structures- Other to explore in England