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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior City Clock Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Outdoors Pub Public House Row House Sky Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior City Clock Façade Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway Outdoors Pub Public House Sky Store Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Clock House Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Outdoors Pub Public House Residential Building Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure City Clock Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Outdoors Pub Public House Text Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
Shaldon is a village and civil parish in South Devon, England. It is located on the south bank of the estuary of the River Teign, opposite the town of Teignmouth. The village has been described as "a quaint English drinking village, with a fishing problem"; it is a popular bathing place and is characterised by Georgian architecture. Architecture Bed And Breakfast Blue Building Exterior Built Structure Clear Sky Coastline Landscape Day Devon Drinking Village Façade Ferry Boat Inn In A Row No People Outdoors Phonebox Pub Public House Shaldon Devon Sky Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International Window
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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle City Clock Cloud - Sky Growth Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway Nature Outdoors Pub Public House Sky Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tree Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior City Clock Façade History Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Outdoors Pub Public House Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
Shaldon is a village and civil parish in South Devon, England. It is located on the south bank of the estuary of the River Teign, opposite the town of Teignmouth. The village has been described as "a quaint English drinking village, with a fishing problem"; it is a popular bathing place and is characterised by Georgian architecture. Architecture Bed And Breakfast Building Exterior Built Structure Clear Sky Coastline Landscape Day Devon Drinking Village Façade Ferry Boat Inn Flying Low Angle View Outdoors Palm Tree Phonebox Pub Public House Shaldon Devon Sky Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International Window
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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Clock House Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Pub Public House Residential Building Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International Window
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Shaldon is a village and civil parish in South Devon, England. It is located on the south bank of the estuary of the River Teign, opposite the town of Teignmouth. The village has been described as "a quaint English drinking village, with a fishing problem"; it is a popular bathing place and is characterised by Georgian architecture. Architecture Bed And Breakfast Building Exterior Built Structure Coastline Landscape Day Devon Drinking Village Ferry Boat Inn Footpath House Phonebox Pub Public House Residential Building Residential Structure Shaldon Devon Sky Street The Way Forward Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International Window
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Shaldon is a village and civil parish in South Devon, England. It is located on the south bank of the estuary of the River Teign, opposite the town of Teignmouth. The village has been described as "a quaint English drinking village, with a fishing problem"; it is a popular bathing place and is characterised by Georgian architecture. Architecture Bed And Breakfast Building Exterior Built Structure Coastline Landscape Communication Devon Drinking Village Ferry Boat Inn Flower Freshness Growth Guidance Low Angle View Number Phonebox Pub Public House Shaldon Devon Text Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International Western Script
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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Clock House Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway Outdoors Pub Public House Shutter Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International Window
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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Clock Façade Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Outdoors Pub Public House Sky Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Clock House Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Luxury Medieval Medway Outdoors Pub Public House Residential Building Street Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International
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Lower Upnor and Upper Upnor are two small villages in Medway, Kent, England. They are in the parish of Frindsbury Extra on the western bank of the River Medway. Today the two villages are mainly residential and a centre for small craft moored on the river, but Upnor Castle is a preserved monument, part of the river defences from the sixteenth century.A skeleton of a Straight-tusked Elephant was excavated in 1911, during the construction of the Royal Engineers' Upnor Hard.The London Stones are in Lower Upnor on the shoreline. They mark the limit of the charter rights of London fishermen. The older stone is dated 1204. Upnor Castle Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Clock House Kent Lighthouse Lower Upnor Medieval Medway No People Pub Public House Tourism Tourist Tourist Destination Travel Travel Destinations Tree Tudor Tudor Rose Upper Upnor Vivid International Window