Eye on the World: England

written by | Posted on March 25th, 2014

From the home of The Beatles to London and the Cotswolds, where the hit TV series “Downtown Abbey” is filmed, here is our Eye on the World: England edition.

Church in Bampton where parts of the hit TV series "Downton Abbey" were filmed.

The Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool, the largest Anglican church in England, looms in the fog.

View of the Museum of Liverpool from the Maritime Museum.

The Maritime Museum presents its Titanic & Liverpool exhibit. Did you know that the Titanic sailed from the Liverpool docks on its maiden (and last) transatlantic voyage?

An original car from Liverpool's overhead electric railway system. It was badly damaged after WWII and was too expensive to rebuild.

A contemporary art piece at the Tate Liverpool museum.

The Magical Mystery Tour in Liverpool takes Beatles' fans in and around town to see where The Fab Four lived and grew up.

Penny Lane...is in my ears and in my eyes.

The childhood home of Paul McCartney.

The Beatles Story Exhibition in Liverpool.

The historic Speke Hall, Garden & Estate, a Tudor timber-framed manor house on the banks of the River Mersey.

We traveled first-class aboard Virgin Trains from Liverpool to London—only a two-hour trip.

Buckingham Palace in Westminster.

Guard at Buckingham Palace.

Chester Town Hall. Chester was once a Roman fort and is only 55 minutes by car from Liverpool.

Chester Cathedral.

The imposing and beautiful Blenheim Palace near Oxford, England.

A view of the gardens at Blenheim Palace.

The London Eye in the distance.

A park in Westminster with daffodils in full bloom.

Big Ben in the distance.

Church in Bampton where parts of the hit TV series "Downton Abbey" were filmed.The Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool, the largest Anglican church in England, looms in the fog.View of the Museum of Liverpool from the Maritime Museum.The Maritime Museum presents its Titanic & Liverpool exhibit. Did you know that the Titanic sailed from the Liverpool docks on its maiden (and last) transatlantic voyage?An original car from Liverpool's overhead electric railway system. It was badly damaged after WWII and was too expensive to rebuild.A contemporary art piece at the Tate Liverpool museum.The Magical Mystery Tour in Liverpool takes Beatles' fans in and around town to see where The Fab Four lived and grew up.Penny Lane...is in my ears and in my eyes.The childhood home of Paul McCartney.The Beatles Story Exhibition in Liverpool.The historic Speke Hall, Garden & Estate, a Tudor timber-framed manor house on the banks of the River Mersey.We traveled first-class aboard Virgin Trains from Liverpool to London—only a two-hour trip.Buckingham Palace in Westminster.Guard at Buckingham Palace.Chester Town Hall. Chester was once a Roman fort and is only  55 minutes by car from Liverpool.Chester Cathedral.The imposing and beautiful Blenheim Palace near Oxford, England.A view of the gardens at Blenheim Palace.The London Eye in the distance.A park in Westminster with  daffodils in full bloom.Big Ben in the distance.