Landmarks - Delph Locks - Stourbridge Canal - Brierley Hill, Staffordshire
Where once the narrow boats busily plied, an angler is the only sign of life at the chain of the Delph Locks on the Stourbridge Canal at Brierley Hill, Staffordshire. Little water traffic now uses the locks.
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White Cliffs of Dover
The cliffs at St. Margaret's Bay, Dover. Walkers are being warned to steer clear of a large section of the famous White Cliffs after a quarter-mile section of chalk crashed into the sea. * It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of tonnes of chalk may have fallen into the sea along a quarter-mile stretch of coast between Dover and St Margaret's Bay.
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Skye Bridge at night
The new Skye Bridge which will be opened by Scottish Secretary, Michael Forsyth. The bridge, which cost 24 million, is 2.4km long and took 3 years to build. * NOTE : Original negative has a flag pole in the bottom right of the picture. 8/3/96 A sheriff is expected to rule whether or not the controversial tolls for crossing the bridge are lawful, following arguments that they break centuries-old legislation. About 70 people charged with alleged non-payment of the tolls will pack a tiny courtroom to hear the sheriff announce his findings. 03/06/04: Scotland's Deputy First Minister Jim Wallace has pledged to end the 'discredited' tolling regime on the Skye Bridge and said that he believes that it could be done by the end of the year.