Category Archives: England

Tue 5/24/16

Streatham, London, England–Some supermarkets in London are building residential housing above their stores (link goes to article).  Here is one example, Tesco in Streatham. (Streatham is a district of 51,000 people centered 5 miles south of London’s center).  This taxicab joint (right … Continue reading

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Thu 5/2/13

Sissinghurst, England–Sissinghurst Castle Garden, among the most famous gardens in England, created in the 1930s; located in South East England.  Here is the town center.  Here is a church listing its “Easter Day” service.  Here is the lane leading to … Continue reading

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Wed 7/18/12

Northwest of South Brent, Devon, England–inside Dartmoor–This house looks interesting, with a castle-like wall.  Here’s a river.  Now heading on the road to town, here is a sign warning of a “weak bridge” ahead.  Tight squeeze here.  Nice rolling hill … Continue reading

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Sun 7/15/12

East Portlemouth, Devon, England–Millbay Road–a pocket beach; this house is right on this tiny little lane.  A view across the river over to Salcombe.  Nice flowering shrubbery here.  An old railroad trestle?  Tight parking at this waterfront cafe and beach … Continue reading

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Sat 6/9/12

St. Albans, England–expensive commuter town/city of 64,000 22 miles north of London–Here’s an interesting business name.  These cars must have to back up to get off this lane.  See the Great Gateway of the Monastery and the Cathedral and Abbey … Continue reading

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Mon 4/30/12

Southwater, West Essex, England–I like this neighborhood (of a customer), except it has mostly cul-de-sacs.  See this roundabout with nothing really in the middle for a circle.  Here’s the entrance to the town’s country park.  This is the newly redone town … Continue reading

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Mon 9/19/11

Boston, England–looking at the ASDA store, which is their version of Wal-mart.

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