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Dragonfly on the large Lime tree. The sunlight reflects from its Gossamer wings(Blaby Nature reserve)
The Old Chapel building at Brixworth village now a private house.
Interesting Masonic Masonary detail at the old Traviss Charity school.
The village Church, St Botolph at Church Brampton
Looks like the remains of a medieval preachers cross at Brixworth village.
The Rocket like view of All Saints the beautiful Saxon church at Brixworth.
Built in the 1850s the interesting fancy brickwork mimics the 15th century Tudor brickwork style.Lamport village
The lower half of the ancient Tulip tree,Chapel Brampton
Church Warsop old Mill house and mill bridge on the A60
Large clock on the west face of St Nicholas church tower. Thorne.
Close up of the old bell tower and spire at the old Traviss Charity school
One of the old Chestnut is dead at Brixworth large church yard.
The tall Saxon church the village stocks and the Preachers cross all at the heart of Brixworth village.
Its got the look the Saxon Church at Brixworth village.
Northamptonshire Ironstone cottages and complementary Bus stop shelter at Chapel Brampton village
Canal side reflections at Foxton
Swans and their nine cygnets by the mill bridge Church Warsop
St Nicholas church at Thorne.
Traviss Charity school, this later building was erected c1863
The Gaint Sequoia stands tall in the church yard at Brixworth village church.
Brixworth Saxon village church, All Saints viewed from the South East.
The splendid All Saints Saxon village church at Brixworth
The sunlight dances on the ancient trunk of the Tulip tree at Chapel Brampton.
The life size bronze sculpture of the horse and young boy on the tow path at Foxton
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