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Article: Trail Digging Up Contemporary Archaeology In SheffieldContemporary Archaeology examines our perception of the landscapes - and streetscapes - around us, as this trail of urban Sheffield explains.21 November 2005
Venue: Heritage site, Museum, Transport heritage site, Industrial heritage site County: Essex East Anglian Railway Museum Wakes Colne
Article: Trail Scotswood Road PubsThis intimate memory of Scotswood Road in Newcastle was sent in by Mark, who used the City Heritage Guide's Storymaker program to input it. Pictures from Jimmy Forsyth's wonderful photographic record of the area, made famous in his Side Gallery exhibitions and book, are included to set the scene visually.15 September 2004
Article: Trail The Greatest Briton - On The Trail Of Isambard Kingdom BrunelBridges, tunnels, passenger ships, docks, railways and... gardens! Brunel built them all. To celebrate his bicentenary we take a tour of the engineer's diverse projects.05 April 2006
Article: Trail The My Brighton & Hove History TrailLocal historian Geoff Mead created this guided tour from the train station to the sea, which crisscrosses through the conventional tourist route and highlights 17 places of historical interest representing the varied faces of Brighton.
Article: Trail The 'My Brighton And Hove' History TrailThis extensive tour of historic Brighton was developed in partnership with My Brighton and Hove, one the UK's best local history websites.06 September 2004