Aerial views of football stadia
See also Football Grounds from the Air
R101 Airship AFL03_aerofilms_c16455
The R101 flying over St Paul's Cathedral during a test flight 1929-1930. Probably a composite photo montage. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Shackleton over the Strand RAF_228_190E_0048
An aerial view looking down on an Avro Shackleton Mark II bomber in flight over the Strand as part of a fly-by celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's birthday. RAF photography 1956.
Hardknott Roman Fort AFL03_aerofilms_ac589036
HARDKNOTT, Cumbria. Aerial photograph showing the well-placed Roman fort on a promontory overlooking the Lake District (NGR: NY218015). Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Scafell Pikes AFL03_aerofilms_ac587428
SCAFELL, Cumbria. Aerial photograph showing Scafell Pikes and the Lake District. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Yorkshire Dales AFL03_aerofilms_ac603550
KELD HEAD SCAR, North Yorkshire. Aerial photograph of Kingsdale, near Thornton Force in the Yorkshire Dales. The cliffs reveal the Great Scar Limestone, which consist of a number of layers of limestone beds of varying thickness and hardness. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Glastonbury Tor and surrounding countryside 23697_05
GLASTONBURY TOR, Somerset. Aerial view of the tor and surrounding countryside, reputedly the Isle of Avalon.
Eden Project, Cornwall 23520_16
EDEN PROJECT, Cornwall. Aerial view.
Stonehenge from the air K040310
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. Aerial view of the site looking north west showing road with traffic.
ULLSWATER, Lake District, Cumbria. Aerial view of Ullswater and Patterdale. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Old Sarum K000139
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Aerial view.
USAAF Reconnaissance US_7PH_GP_LOC_247_PO_18
A high altitude oblique taken over Cambridgeshire by the USAAF, March 1944. The main photo reconnaissance aircraft used by the US airforce during World War II was the twin-engine Lockheed F-4/5 Lightning reconnaissance aircraft. With a range of over 450 miles, the unarmed former fighter plane flew from bases in southern England, undertaking photomapping and surveillance using multiple remotely-controlled camera installations.
West Pier, Brighton AFL03_aerofilms_a22258
WEST PIER, Brighton. First built in 1866 as Brighton's second pier, to bring holidaymakers to Brighton by steamer. The pier head was extended and a pavilion added in 1893 and a concert hall was added in 1916. The superstructure was severely damaged by fire in 2003. Photographed on 17 April 1949. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Dover Castle N081228
DOVER CASTLE, Kent. Aerial view of the inner bailey and keep showing the forebuilding.
The Royal Albert Hall and The Albert Memorial 24443_032
THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL AND THE ALBERT MEMORIAL, London. Aerial view.
Power Station AFL03_Aeropictorial_R30695
OCKER HILL POWER STATION, Tipton, Staffordshire. Aerial view of a coal-fired power station with three cooling towers emitting steam. It was opened in 1902 to supply power to the Black Country. It closed in 1977 and the site is occupied by a housing estate built in the 1990s. Photographed by Aeropictorial in 1957. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Eltham Palace N061088
ELTHAM PALACE, Greenwich, London. Aerial view of Eltham Palace.
Warwick Castle EPW001208
WARWICK CASTLE, Warwickshire. Aerial view of the castle and River Avon in the foreground, with the church and town beyond. Photographed in 1920. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Castle Acre Priory AFL03_Aeropictorial_6880
CASTLE ACRE PRIORY, Norfolk. Aerial view of the Priory ruins. Photographed by Aeropictorial in April 1946. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).
Kenilworth Castle N090605
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Warwickshire. The Keep and Elizabethan Garden from the air.
Canary Wharf 21763_014
CANARY WHARF, Docklands, London. The towers of West India Dock.