For most locations we can offer aerial photos and satellite photos. Select from the following list of villages, towns and cities located in NOTTINGHAMSHIRE:
Situated in the East Midlands, the County of Nottinghamshire shares its borders with Leicestershire to its South Lincolnshire to its East, Derbyshire to its West, and, South Yorkshire to its North West. We offer a large archive of aerial photos of Nottinghamshire available including rare 1939 photos through to modern day. Covering an area of around 1300 square miles, Nottinghamshire’s population numbers 1.1 million, making it the tenth most populace county in England, with the traditional county town of Nottinghamshire being the city of Nottingham, although Nottinghamshire County Council has its offices in the borough of Rushcliffe, in the village of West Bridgford, which directly faces the city of Nottingham on the opposing bank of the River Trent. The city and surrounding areas of Nottingham, with a population of around 700,000, houses most of the county’s population. As far as its landscape is concerned, the county of Nottinghamshire is characterized by its rich forests, with the historic Sherwood Forest being particularly well known as a result of its connotations to the legendary Robin Hood and his merry men. There are a number of rivers running through the county with the largest and best known being the Trent which passes through Nottingham. Nottinghamshire was particularly known for its coal mining industry with a number of collieries still active in the county, in and around the Leen Valley. Other traditional industries that have remained active till today is lace making, with Nottingham being recognized as a global center. Click on the link below for aerial photos of Nottinghamshire.
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