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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Walk: City Heritage

'Battle of Harlaw ... Granite City Trail ... Heritage Tree Trail ... Jacobite Trail and Collections ... March Stones Trail ... Maritime Trail ... North Sea Trail ... Old Aberdeen Trail ... People a ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'The City developed over the centuries but seen as a place of wealth was pillaged by various armies down through the ages. In 1765 Archbishop Robinson (1708-94) was appointed primate of all-Ireland ...
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'Discover hidden valleys, rich in limestone flowers and tranquil beech woodlands, interspersed with extensive views over Bath and out towards the Blackdown Hills. The Iron Age fort on Little Solsbu ...
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'The Old Market Quarter was one of the first parts of Bristol to be built around the Castle. Parts of the area today can be traced back to 900AD. It was the market district of the city and ...
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Category Bristol

'This walk starts at the oldest skyscraper. It then points out all the sky-scrapers in the City and ends at the tallest one in London, actually in Southwark so not strictly in the City (in fact the ...
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Category City of London

'Choose the main Trail which takes in the best the City has to offer or get side-tracked on any of four specially-themed routes: "Law and literature"; "London stories, London people"; "Culture vult ...
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Category City of London

'You'll never get bored in this enchanting city. Take our fabulous walks of discovery, and have fun finding answers to clues which tell you more, whilst reading our stories about the most interesti ...
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Category Canterbury

'Hereford is a cathedral city with the relaxed atmosphere of a country market town. Tucked away next to Wales it exudes warmth and happiness. The 12th century cathedral has a wealth of history, and ...
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Category Hereford

'This Heritage Trail has identified 100 sites of particular historic significance - from Cathedrals and Churches, Parks and Villages, Murals and Monuments all within the Derry City Council ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'Twenty-five women commemorated by bronze plaques in the city include artists, trades unionists, social reformers, suffragettes, a shipyard welder and a marine engineer. They are - or should be - t ...
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Category City of Dundee

'1. House Histories : - - : 2. Auld Reekie : - - : 3. Athens of the North : - - : 4. Sense of Place : - - : 5. University Heritage Trail : - - : 6. Edinburgh Graveyards Trai : - - : 7. Walk in the ...
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[1] Insurance Walk - - - : [2] Banking Walk  - - - : [3] Markets Walk - - - : [4] Shipping Walk


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Category City of London

PDF Guides to download from the Website: 1. The Glasgow Necropolis Heriatge Trail : - - : 2. The Southern Necropolis Heritage Trail : - - : 3. The Medieval City Map : - - : 4. The Clyde Bridges Her ...
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Category City of Glasgow

'Glasgow has a rich and fascinating history, from the Medieval City through to the present day. The City has a huge legacy of Victorian parks, cemeteries and landscaped gardens which feature severa ...
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Category City of Glasgow

'Commemorate Gloucester Day, which marks a turning point in English history. On 5 September 1643 the Gloucester Parliamentarian forces were held under siege behind the city walls and brave ...
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Category Gloucester

'The city provides a remarkable collection of buildings, which illustrate the use of materials for construction and ornamentation, through the ages, and thus it provides and excellent backdrop to s ...
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Category Hereford

'1. York Jewish History Trail : - - : 2. Discover Etty's York : - - : 3. Exploring York's Railway Heritage : - - : 4. The Ghostly Pub Trail : - - : 5. Guy Fawkes: On the Trail of the Gunpowder Plot ...
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Category York

'The tour takes you around the historical highlights of the city, via its captivating museums. We will show you around the “Old Town” through its cobbled streets and narrow alleys which typify this ...
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'The built heritage is crucial to the well being of our community, our tourism industry, and in attracting economic investment to the centre of Inverness. We want the Inverness City Heritage Tr ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'While the casual visitor to Bradford will not see much of Bradford's Jewish heritage without being guided to it, there are probably more historic monuments to Jewish endeavour in Bradford than in ...
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Category Bradford

'One of the most important Jewish communities in medieval England, it's thought that Jews may have arrived in Oxfordshire as early as 1080, when a man called Manassess is mentioned in the Domesday ...
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Category Oxford

'The Jews of England arrived first of all in London in the wake of William of Normandy's conquest of England. It is thought they arrived shortly afterwards, though the first documented reference to ...
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Category City of London

'Lichfield is Staffordshire's premier heritage city nestled in the heart of the country's most creative county, just north of Birmingham. Packed with things to do and see - from glory of L ...
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Category Lichfield

'The four walks here cover much the main areas of Central London a first time visitor will want to cover: [1] The London Icons Walk - - - : [2] The City of London Walk - - - : [3]  The Kensington W ...
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Category London (Central)

'Royal London Walk ... Westminster Walk ... The Queen's Walk ... City of London Walk ... Pool of London Walk'


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Category Westminster

'We are the only Manchester guides to offer a complete programme on the history of all the city's and area's delights and sites: the Town Hall, Cathedral, Chetham's, Art Gallery, John Rylands libra ...
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Category Manchester

'Around 100 commemorative plaques are located around Newcastle to highlight its historic buildings and structures, and to show the city's connections with eminent figures from the past.'


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[1] Bannockburn - - - : [2] Borestone - - - : [3] Braehead and Broomridge - - - : [4] Cambusbarron - - - : [5] Cambuskenneth - - - : [6] Riverside - - - : [7] St Ninians - - - [8] Other Local Walks ...
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Category Stirling

'These walks take in some of the city's most iconic landmarks and places of interest, including Penshaw Monument, St Peter's Church and the Queen Alexandra Bridge.'


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Category Sunderland

A selection of walks, some in PDF format, categorized: [1] Central London Walks - - - : [2] North London walks - - - : [3] South London walks - - - : [4] East London walks - - - : [5] West London w ...
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Category London

[1] Bilston Town Trail - - - : [2] John Fulwood Trail - - - : [3] Heath Town Trail - - - : [4] Molineux Trail - - - : [5] Monmore Green Trail - - - : [6] West Park Trail - - - : [7] Wolverhampton C ...
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Category Wolverhampton

[1] Wolverhampton City Centre Walking Trail 'This trail covers 1.6 km (1 mile) of Wolverhampton's compact city centre starting and finishing in Queen Square. By completing it you will have ...
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Category Wolverhampton

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