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17001.01.01 
 Plaque commemorating 150 th anniversary of Tolpuddle Martyrs transportation, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England, UK. Lionel Murray, General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress, planted a sycamore seedling from the original tree in 1984. The village is famous for the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were sentenced to transportation in 1834 for forming an illegal union, an event which is now regarded as the start of the trades union movement. 
 Keywords: English agricultural workers pioneers movement rights cause fight strike history historic event 1834 socialism social the left lgpl
17001.01.02 
 Plaque designating the Tolpuddle Martyrs tree as one of fifty Great British Trees, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England, UK. In recognition of it place in the National Heritage and in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, June 2002. The village is famous for the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were sentenced to transportation in 1834 for forming an illegal union, an event which is now regarded as the start of the trades union movement. 
 Keywords: English agricultural workers pioneers start of illegal transportation rights cause fight strike history historic 1834 event socialism social the left Trades Union movement sycamore very old ancient roots lgpl
17001.01.03 
 Headstone of James Hammet, one of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, the churchyard, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England, UK. The village is famous for the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were sentenced to transportation in 1834 for forming an illegal union, an event which is now regarded as the start of the trades union movement. 
 Keywords: English agricultural workers pioneers start of illegal transportation rights cause fight strike history historic 1834 event socialism social the left Trades Union movement gravestone graveyard grave lgpl
17001.01.04 
 Sculpture of George Loveless, leader of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, with Trades Union cottages beyond, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England, UK. Sculptor Thomas Dagnell. The village is famous for the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were sentenced to transportation in 1834 for forming an illegal union, an event which is now regarded as the start of the trades union movement. 
 Keywords: English agricultural workers pioneers start of illegal transportation rights cause fight strike history historic 1834 event socialism social the left Trades Union movement artist sculpted stone artistry skill work workmanship public art commemoration despair solitary alone seated man determination leader principle lgpl
17001.01.05 
 Church Hall and cottages, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England, UK. The village is famous for the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were sentenced to transportation in 1834 for forming an illegal union, an event which is now regarded as the start of the trades union movement. 
 Keywords: English agricultural workers pioneers start of illegal transportation rights cause fight strike history historic 1834 event socialism social the left Trades Union movement traditional thatched straw slate roof different housing types old new house building development holiday lets second homes ladder shortage affordable real estate lgpl
17001.01.06 
 Tourist information board with old Shelter beyond, the village green, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England, UK. The village is famous for the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were sentenced to transportation in 1834 for forming an illegal union, an event which is now regarded as the start of the trades union movement. 
 Keywords: English agricultural workers pioneers start of illegal transportation rights cause fight strike history historic 1834 event socialism social the left Trades Union movement traditional thatched straw roof wooden timber structure building tourism lgpl
17001.01.08 
 Durdle Door, Dorset Heritage Coast, Dorset, England, UK. The almost vertical hard rock strata of Durdle Door are Portland Stone. The name Durdle derives from Anglo Saxon Thirl, meaning a pierced hole or opening. 
 Keywords: English coast coastline coastal shore seashore physical geography geology still calm turquoise jade green sea gently lapping marine environment erosion nature natural arch rock inclined strata stratum limestone sedimentary vertical geographic feature hole in the middle through gateway portal cliff bay shingle beach landmark iconic shape mystery magic mysterious magical legend beyond another world future unknown unseen footprints old ancient scene scenery lgpl
17001.01.10 
 View west over Durdle Door peninsula, with white chalk cliffs beyond, Dorset Heritage Coast, Dorset, England, UK. The almost vertical hard rock strata of Durdle Door are Portland Stone. The name Durdle derives from Anglo Saxon Thirl, meaning a pierced hole or opening (not visible in this picture). 
 Keywords: English coast coastline coastal shore seashore physical geography geology still calm sea marine environment erosion nature natural rock strata stratum limestone sedimentary vertical geographic feature cliff high steep bay shingle beach projecting hard soft types top path footpath white ribbon scene scenery lgpl
17001.01.11 
 View east over West Lulworth village and Lulworth Cove, Dorset Heritage Coast, Dorset, England, UK. The nearly 450 m diameter cove is protected by steeply inclined hard rock strata of Portland Stone. 
 Keywords: English coast coastline coastal shore seashore physical geography geology still calm sea marine environment erosion nature natural rock strata stratum limestone sedimentary geographic feature cliff bay projecting hard soft types path footpath scene scenery country countryside lgpl
17001.01.12 
 View east over Lulworth Cove, Dorset Heritage Coast, Dorset, England, UK. The nearly 450 m diameter cove is protected by steeply inclined hard rock strata of Portland Stone. 
 Keywords: English coast coastline coastal shore seashore physical geography geology still calm sea marine environment erosion nature natural rock strata stratum limestone sedimentary geographic feature chalk cliff high steep bay shingle beach hard soft types scene scenery lgpl
17001.01.13 
 Hardy's Monument, Black Down, south of Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset, England, UK. To commemorate Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy (1769-1839), Captain of HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. 
 Keywords: English Napoleonic wars naval commander Nelson tall stone tower on hilltop hill top memorial octagon octagonal eight 8 sided lgpl
17001.01.14 
 View east over farmland from Black Down, south of Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset, England, UK. 
 Keywords: English country countryside rural scene scenic scenery farming farm buildings oil seed rape conifer plantation woodland heath lane panorama vista clear blue sky spring day geography lgpl
17002.01.01 
 Chesil Beach seen over the Fleet Lagoon at sunset, Fleet, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal migration tombolo geographic feature shingle deposition grading graded brackish water nature natural reed bed silhouette dramatic spectacular romantic sunset end of day sundown evening view scene scenery scenic rural country countryside pretty beautiful nature natural sky yellow orange purple reflection lgpl
17002.01.02 
 Chesil Beach seen over the Fleet Lagoon, Fleet, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank barrier nature natural brackish water view scene scenery scenic rural country countryside nature natural farmland fields panorama lgpl
17002.01.03 
 Chesil Beach at Chiswell, Portland, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal sea shore seashore migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank barrier view scene scenery scenic nature natural rounded eroded wave action attrition worn down shaped rocks stones pebbles thousands herring gull sea clear blue sky lgpl
17002.01.04 
 Chesil Beach, view north west at Chiswell, Portland, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal sea shore seashore migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank barrier view scene scenery scenic stretching away into distance miles of stepped summer massive enormous nature natural huge long expanse rounded eroded wave action attrition worn down shaped rocks stones pebbles rising level global warming climate change lgpl
17002.01.06 
 Looking at Chesil Beach, view north west at Chiswell, Portland, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal sea shore seashore migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank barrier view scene scenery scenic stretching away into distance miles of stepped summer massive enormous nature natural huge long expanse rounded eroded wave action attrition worn down shaped rocks stones pebbles rising level global warming climate change lgpl
17002.01.07 
 Detail of wave action shaped oblately spherical stones on Chesil Beach at Chiswell, Portland, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal sea shore seashore migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank rounded rock stone eroded wave action attrition worn down shaped smooth smoothed nature natural saucer like disc lgpl
17002.01.08 
 The Cove House Inn with wave wall and coastal defences at Chiswell, with Chesil Beach beyond, Portland, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal sea shore seashore migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank barrier view scene scenery scenic stretching away into distance miles of stepped summer massive enormous nature natural huge long expanse rounded eroded wave action attrition worn down shaped winter storms storm damage wire mesh rock stone filled gabions rising level global warming climate change reinforced concrete shaped building lgpl
17002.01.09 
 View over Chiswell, Fortuneswell and Chesil Beach with Portland Harbour on the right, from New Ground, Portland, Dorset, England, UK. Chesil Bank is a splendid example of a linear type storm beach of flint and chert pebbles, which commences at Bridport Harbour and finishes 29 km away at Chiswell beneath the cliffs of Portland. It's maximum height, about 14 m above mean sea level, and pebble size is to be found at the Portland end. It is generally between 150 and 200 m wide. 
 Keywords: English geography geology oceanography marine environment coast coastal sea shore seashore migration deposition grading graded tombolo geographic feature shingle bank barrier view scene scenery scenic stretching away into distance miles of stepped summer massive enormous nature natural huge long expanse rounded eroded wave action attrition worn down shaped winter storms rock stone shingle rising level global warming climate change aerial panorama curve crescent shaped lgpl

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