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Park  by Zrnho Correy Stamford Park Stalybridge England.

Park by Zrnho Correy Stamford Park Stalybridge England.

Landmark by Zrnho Correy an old tree in Stamford Park Stalybridge UK

Landmark by Zrnho Correy an old tree in Stamford Park Stalybridge UK

Stamford Bridge: London, England   Opened: 1877    Capacity: 41,000+    Tenants: Chelsea FC    Home to the current UEFA Champions League title holders Chelsea Football Club, Stamford Bridge is one of London's longest-standing Stadium landmarks.    The venue is the eighth-largest in the English Premier League and it is still debatable as to how long the club can remain there without expanding to a larger venue or renovating.

Power-Ranking World Football's 50 Best Stadiums

Stamford Bridge: London, England Opened: 1877 Capacity: 41,000+ Tenants: Chelsea FC Home to the current UEFA Champions League title holders Chelsea Football Club, Stamford Bridge is one of London's longest-standing Stadium landmarks. The venue is the eighth-largest in the English Premier League and it is still debatable as to how long the club can remain there without expanding to a larger venue or renovating.

The George of Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK. Once owned by the Bishops of Croydon which means it was built about 947AD. Royal guests include Charles I in 1641 and William in 1694. The gallows across the street was erected as a welcome to the honest traveller and a warning to highwaymen. Stamford is a really stunning town full of history and amazing architecture

An Inspector Calls: Dining out on the past at The George of Stamford, Lincolnshire

The George of Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK. Once owned by the Bishops of Croydon which means it was built about 947AD. Royal guests include Charles I in 1641 and William in 1694. The gallows across the street was erected as a welcome to the honest traveller and a warning to highwaymen. Stamford is a really stunning town full of history and amazing architecture

Burghley House in Cambridgeshire was used as Rosings Park in the 2005 adaptation of Pride & Prejudice

Burghley House

Burghley House in Cambridgeshire was used as Rosings Park in the 2005 adaptation of Pride & Prejudice

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