|Title||St.James' church, Braithwell. Looks 15th century at first, but inside there's 12th, 13th and 14th century features.|
|Photo's author||Richard Croft User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||23 Nov 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
|Retrieved from source on||20 Mar 2012 09:36:18 (UTC)|
St.James' church, Braithwell. Looks 15th century at first, but inside there's 12th, 13th and 14th century features.
Out of bounds. At the Plants of Special Interest garden centre.
Plants of Special Interest (PSI) garden centre. A huge range of the unusual plants and trees are available.
Ashton Lane heading west
The perennial garden at Plants of Special Interest Garden Centre
Entrance to PSI garden centre and café. Specialist plant nursery and excellent café.
Village Street The Red Lion pub with the ancient cross in the foreground. In the background is the Butchers Arms.
Village Cross The inscription reads "This cross was erected to commemorate The freeing from bondage of KING RICHARD I circa 1191 Restored in the Coronation year of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1953"…
The Red Lion, Braithwell
Braithwell Village pump.
Hoyle croft lane.
New Road, Micklebring
B6376 towards Braithwell. Road from Maltby to Braithwell.
Waiting for the harvest. The field opposite was being harvested today the first of 2 dry days in a row.
M18 near Micklebring. Looking north from the bridge between Micklebring and Clifton
Harvesting. At last a dry day!
South Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber, England, United Kingdom osm