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1. 'The Centre of Time and Space'
*'The Centre of Time and Space'
2. The Buoy Store at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
*The Buoy Store at Trinity Buoy Wharf.Trinity Buoy Wharf is located on the north bank of the River Thames. Its primary use during the 19th century was for the manufacture of buoys and...
3. The Boston Meridian marker.
*The Boston Meridian marker.A roadside marker, on the B1184 road near Sibsey Windmill, around 7 km north of Boston. The marker reads - THE 0o GREENWICH MERIDIAN PASSES THROUGH...
4. The coastal path at Cleethorpes.
*The coastal path at Cleethorpes.The way maker on the Coastal Path, Cleethorpes. This post is a distance signpost with eight arms, standing on the meridian line showing distances and...
5. The Council Chambers of Bermondsey Town Hall.
*The Council Chambers of Bermondsey Town Hall.The ornate Council Chamber in Bermondsey Town Hall. It was destroyed by a V1 flying bomb in 1944.
6. The equatorial telescope for Station B set up in Greenwich Park.
*The equatorial telescope for Station B set up in Greenwich Park.The equatorial telescope and regulator assembled in the portable wooden hut taken on the Transit of Venus expeditions in 1874. Before setting out,...
7. The equatorial telescope for Station A set up in Greenwich Park.
*The equatorial telescope for Station A set up in Greenwich Park.The equatorial telescope and regulator assembled in the portable wooden hut taken on the Transit of Venus expeditions in 1874. Before setting out,...
8. The Antarctic ship Morning (1871).
*The Antarctic ship Morning (1871).The Antarctic ship 'Morning' (1871) in 1902, after being fitted out by R & H Green Ltd., of Blackwall for her voyage South.
9. The Altazimuth Pavilion.
*The Altazimuth Pavilion.The Altazimuth Pavilion was built in 1899 and is named after the special telescope originally installed in its dome. This instrument was designed to...
10. The 10-foot (3 m) mural quadrant.
*The 10-foot (3 m) mural quadrant.The 10-foot (3 m) mural quadrant was designed by Robert Hooke and made by Thomson of London, with scales hand-divided by John Flamsteed himself - the...
 
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