100 Places - Travel & Tourism
We think everybody should know about the places in England that have witnessed some of the most important historic events.
Tell us about somewhere you think needs to be in the list of 100 Places.
Nominate an important place connected to the development of transport, how we travel and where we spend our leisure time.
Nominations for Travel & Tourism close 4 August 2017.
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Research into the heritage of England's railways, canals and roads
Buried under the modern tarmac is a tunnel built in 1793 by Benjamin Outram (1764-1805) as part of the Butterley Gangroad railway line.
Surviving with its petrol pumps intact, the West End Garage in Turnastone, Herefordshire is one of the earliest of these and is now Grade II-listed.
Historic England’s initiatives to understand and protect England’s distinctive seaside heritage.
If you are a fan of history or heritage, there's always something going on or somewhere new to visit.
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