Bradford is well known as a charming Cotswold town, nestling in the valley of the river Avon, which is famous for its streets of 17th and 18th century houses, and narrow streets and pathways which snake up the hillside on which it is built. It has a medieval town bridge, a world-famous Anglo-Saxon church, and a complex of medieval barns and a house originally built as a monastic grange by Shaftesbury Abbey, the owners of the estate since 1001 AD. All these sights are included in the selection of photographs published as Landline cards.
Photographs of Bradford include these images –
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