Birmingham & Wolves Landmark Challenge

Clues to the various locations for the Landmark Challenge.

Work out the locations around the UK, ride your Triumph to each of them and take a photo of it there, send in your entry!

The Rules:

  1. Work out the location of the "Landmark" from the given clue and grid reference.
  2. The good bit. Ride your Triumph to the location and simply photograph your pride and joy there as proof of achievement.
  3. Sent your entry before the end of the year comprising photographs, cheque for £5.00 payable to 'Bham and Wolves TOMCC', and an SSAE to:
    Landmark Challenge, 2 Waterworks House, Cresswell Lane, Cresswell, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST11 9RE.

The Clues:

  • No.

    OS Sheet

    Grid Ref

    Clue

  • 1

    193

    ST345292

    Alfred demonstrated bad baking here.

  • 2

    176

    TQ165731

    An appetising isle

  • 3

    174

    SU458851

    King Edwin victorious in AD636

  • 4

    65

    NT087872

    Robert the Bruce's Head is here somewhere.

  • 5

    142

    TL165982

    Look at the walls inside

  • 6

    54

    NO644413

    Declaration of independence 1320

  • 7

    139

    SP064873

    Newman Brothers make the last thing you want.

  • 8

    144

    TG231089

    Dominican Friars of the 15th century

  • 9

    100

    SE859645

    Sheep control the village now

  • 10

    154

    TL455577

    Remember how cold it can get down South

  • 11

    96

    SD380787

    14 Died to stop Henry dismantling.

  • 12

    66

    NT259706

    Look up Scottish Monarchy

  • 13

    192

    SX920930

    Where the last witches were hanged

  • 14

    118

    SJ905583

    If you feel like this, take a seat.

  • 15

    99

    SE158657

    Here long before Willy Wonka

  • 16

    202

    SX925563

    This 'old deer' still floats

  • 17

    154

    TL493687

    Remember working the land

  • 18

    141

    SP875970

    Old palace for Lincoln bishops

  • 19

    144

    TF783040

    Memories of very old locals

  • 20

    162

    ST685992

    Home to father of vaccination

  • 21

    116

    SH967547

    A dam wet place for a cup of tea

  • 22

    108

    SJ349906

    All hail the patron Saint

  • 23

    110

    SE335182

    Fortified flip flop?

  • 24

    64

    NS600643

    For the many, not the monarch

  • 25

    103

    SD686452

    Hollow Shambler (anag)

  • 26

    196

    SU419118

    Built 1180

  • 27

    98

    SD926783

    Final resting place after 'an English Journey'

  • 28

    104

    SE361511

    strap clothes off (anag)

  • 29

    102

    SD445563

    No longer shining across the water

  • 30

    89

    NY245138

    See a troll (anag) at this very wet place.

  • 31

    104

    SE057248

    Make a call at the little museum

  • 32

    129

    SK583295

    Many warrens here?

  • 33

    89

    NY061140

    Not been a-round as long as you think

  • 34

    197

    SU874127

    Home of the repair shop

  • 35

    127

    SJ972128

    Big old spinner certainly 'not little'

  • 36

    165

    SU862954

    he-man ground hen (anag)

  • 37

    198

    TQ380020

    Art deco palace to butterfly and crawl

  • 38

    144

    TL872828

    Who do you think you are kidding, Mister Hitler?

  • 39

    203

    SW637390

    Richard T lived here until 1797

  • 40

    200

    SX005555

    Dig deep for me old china

  • 41

    192

    SY215893

    Who needs wine cellars when you have these?

  • 42

    188

    TQ568416

    Home to first Jewish Lord Mayor of London

  • 43

    171

    ST092734

    The final resting place 6000 years ago

  • 44

    173

    ST837840

    Mr. Darcy called here in 1995

  • 45

    178

    TQ665688

    Baby Owls live here?

  • 46

    161

    SO328202

    You can get wed where king Charles once hid.

  • 47

    164

    SP625142

    ta, Robert allows (anag)

  • 48

    149

    SO445305

    click lake pest (anag)

  • 49

    54

    NO395305

    A very green factory that's jute the ticket.

  • 50

    152

    SP907458

    Now a home to the Royal Society