HIGHLIGHTS – THE EAST MIDLANDS

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Top A closed fire station forecourt is now a car park Above and below Two views of Nottingham city centre

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Above A pub and a statue commemorating historical and fictitious rebellions; it is said students often make off with Robin Hood’s arrow

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Above Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, ‘the oldest inn in England’, which backs into castle rock

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Above A billboard advertising the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 Bladerunner, atop the Victoria Centre   20171002_152401

Above The British Geological Survey at Keyworth

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Above Banner advertising for the Luxury Asian Wedding Show in Leicester Below A mosque

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BelowThe approach to Melton Turn on Leicester’s Golden Mile

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Below A Daily Mail sponsored newsagent on a parade of shops in Grantham, Lincolnshire

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AboveA residential property on the main road to Lincoln, and the approach to a stately home

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Above Two motorbikes; the owner of this high specification, electric power-assisted bicycle – an experienced motorcyclist – believes such light vehicles are the future

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Above Lincoln Cathedral

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Above School children return home on Eastgate; the Lincolnshire standard is flying above them

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Above The view from an architect-designed private residence

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Above Poverty – in one of its guises – in Lincoln

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Above The most familiar sight associated with centralised electricity generation and distribution : pylons carrying power lines, here across field systems along a road to the Fens

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Above Steve and his fry up in the Sentry Post snack bar at RAF Waddington

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AboveA Vulcan bomber, long out of service, designed to carry nuclear bombs