Image sources

KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

W/ASA4 – Wikimedia Commons Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International Licence

W/ASA3 – Wikimedia Commons Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Licence

W/ASA2 – Wikimedia Commons Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic Licence

W/GNU – Wikimedia Commons GNU Free Documentation Licence

W/UPPD – Wikimedia Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Licence

PEX – pexels.com attribution-free Licence

OS – Other sources. Copyright may exist

W – Used in website maps A – Used in the app

WEBSITE PAGES

– Woodwalton Church, Cambridgeshire, by Rob enwicki (W/GNU)

– River Tyne and bridges at Newcastle, by TagishSimon (W/GNU)

– Church Street St Mary, Sandwich, by Ployphilo (W/UPPD)

– Ribblehead Viaduct, by Michael D Beckwith (W/UPPD)

– View from train window, by Daniel Frese (PEX)

– High Speed Train in British Rail InterCity colours, by permission of Hondawanderer (OS)

– Virgin Pendolino on the West Coast main Line, by G-13114 (W/ASA3)

– Ely Cathedral from a train, by Chris Smith (W/ASA3)

MIDLANDS FROM ST PANCRAS

– St Albans Abbey, By Hilton Teper (W/ASA3) (W, A)

– Rushton Traangular Lodge, by Immanuel Giel (W/ASA3) (W, A)

– The airship R101 at Cardington, from the National Archives (OS) (W, A)

– Chesterfield church spire, by Peter Tarleton (W/ASA2) (W, A)

– Statue of Sir John Betjeman at St Pancras, by Mattbuck (W/ASA2) (W, A)

– Napsbury Hospital, by Nigel Cox (W/ASA2) (W, A)

KENT FROM ST PANCRAS

– Rochester Cathedral and Castle, by Clem Rutter (W/ASA3) (W, A)

– Dover Castle, by Robin Drayton (W/ASA2) (W, A)

– Leeds Castle, by ABrocke (W/GNU) (W,A)

– Swingate radar station, by Nilfanion (W/ASA4) (W)

– Canterbury Cathedral, by Mattana (W/ASA2) (A)

– Martello Tower, by Steve Popple (W/ASA2) (W, A)

– Deal Castle from the air, by Lieven Smits (W/GNU) (W, A)

– Church Street St Mary’s, Sandwich, by Poliphilo (W/UPPD) (W, A)

– South Eastern and Chatham Railway D class locomotive, built at Ashford in 1901, by Ben Salter (W/ASA2) (A)

– Chilham, by Nicksarebi (W/ASA2) (A)