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|Cambridge airport is a small regional airport located in south-eastern England, near the village of Teversham, 1.5 miles from Cambridge City Centre.||12/21/2005||380|
|Cambridge International Airport (IATA: CBG, ICAO: EGSC) (previously Marshall Airport Cambridge UK) is a regional airport in Cambridgeshire, England. It is located on the eastern outskirts of Cambridge, south of Newmarket Road and west of the village of Teversham, 1.5 NM (2.8 km; 1.7 mi) from the centre of Cambridge and approximately 50 mi (80 km) from London.|
Marshall of Cambridg...
|The entire area is the Air and Tenere Natural Reserve in Niger. The overlay image shows some solid circles cover up several Precambrian volcano craters. The weird thing is a huge " ring gap" cuts through the Air Mountains , just like a vestige of a cup presses into sand upside down. |
Geologists say that the 63km-length diameter ring is called " ring dike",al...
|Cambridge Traction and Rolling Stock Depot|
Until a few years ago, many parcels coaches were maintained here. With the loss of railbound mail/parcels traffic, this is now closed.
|Cambourne is a new settlement in Cambridgeshire, England. It lies about nine miles (14 km) west of Cambridge.|
The name of the community was created from the names of CAMbridge, the nearest city, and BOURN, a nearby village.
|1889 street plan of Cambridge UK.||02/22/2006||454|
|Ring for testing vagons||03/18/2006||398|
|This was the college Henry VI was so intent on building that he cleared much of medieaval Cambridge, including the original Christ's College. The view of the Chapel across the Green is for many people across the world the Quintessential view of Cambridge.||09/18/2005||359|
|Two Lockheed Tristars can be seen outside the Marshalls Aerospace hangar at Cambridge Airport. They are probably RAF KC1 or KC2 tankers originally converted by Marshalls.||10/01/2005||260|
|Chanctonbury Ring (known as Chanklebury in Sussex dialect) is a hill fort based ring of trees atop Chanctonbury Hill on the South Downs, on the border of the civil parishes of Washington and Wiston in the English county of West Sussex. A ridgeway, now part of the South Downs Way, runs along the hill.|
|Castle Ring is a 7.75 ha. Iron Age hill fort high up on the southern edge of Cannock Chase. Apart from the perimeter earthworks, little remains visible, and today the monument is a shadow of its former self.||10/16/2005||385|
|This ring is huge (3.320m = 10.895ft.) in diameter but not very well kept and partly being taken over by the sprawling mega-city.|
It once was probably in the countryside as the area east of it, but the city is approaching