Birmingham Then and Now
Birmingham Then and Now

Sites include: Gas Street Basin, New Street Station, Snow Hill Station, Fort Dunlop, Bourneville, Birmingham University, Edgbaston cricket ground, Cannon Hill Park, Aston Hall, Villa Park, St. Andrews, Digbeth, Moseley, Lucas Factory, and Longbridge.

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Cambridge Then and Now
Cambridge Then and Now

Sites include: King's College, Queen's College, St.John's College, Trinity Hall College, Peterhouse, Magadalene College, Pembroke College, Jesus College, Jesus Green, Parker's Piece, the Corn Exchange, the Arts Theatre, Grantchester Rectory and the American Cemetery.

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Edinburgh Then and Now
Edinburgh Then and Now

Sites include both old and new parts of the city, plus the historic port of Leith and the Royal Yacht Britannia. At its heart is the Royal Mile, with nearby St Giles Cathedral and Law Courts and the Royal Museum of Scotland.

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Glasgow Then and Now
Glasgow Then and Now

Sites include: the Cathedral and Necropolis, Provand's Lordship, the Tontine Building, Saltmarket, City Chambers, Royal Exchange, St Enoch Hotel, Jamaica Bridge, Doulton Fountain, Argyle Street, Sauchiehall Street, Britannia Music Hall, Glasgow University, Gallowgate and Trongate.

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London Then and Now
London Then and Now

Sites include: Piccadilly Circus, Cambridge Circus, Whitehall, Trafalgar Square, St Paul's Cathedral, Holborn, Ludgate Hill, Tower of London, Carnaby Street, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Bridge, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House.

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Liverpool Then and Now
Liverpool Then and Now

Sites include Lord Street, Albert Dock, Speke Airport, Goodison, Aintree, Lime Street Station, the Mersey Tunnel, plus the ferry across the Mersey to Birkenhead. Plus New Brighton, Port Sunlight and the glorious Victorian promenades of Southport.

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Manchester Then and Now
Manchester Then and Now

Sites include: Ship Canal, Royal Exchange, Guardian Building, Chetham's School, High Street, Piccadilly Gardens, London Road Station, Canal Street, Sackville Gardens, Britannia Hotel, Central Station, Oxford Road, Victoria Baths, Chorlton Green, Talbot Road, Old Trafford and Heaton Park.

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Oxford Then and Now
Oxford Then and Now

Sites include the Oxford Town Hall, opened in 1897, the Sheldonian Theatre, the Ashmolean, the Bodleian Library, as well as the historic covered market, the open spaces of Christ Church Meadow, all rounded off with the changing face of the University celebrations on May Day.

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