100 Places - Loss & Destruction
England wears battle scars from thousands of years of conflict, destruction and disaster. From Marston Moor, the site of the largest battle ever fought on English soil; to the Euston Arch which was lost to heritage destruction; to the Barnsley Main Colliery which saw the horrific 'Oaks explosion' that changed English law, we want to raise awareness of the places that have shaped England today.
The National Heritage List for England
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