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Frequently asked questions
The Images of England Project
What is Images of England?
How was Images of England funded?
What is a Listed Building?
What is a List Description?
What type of photographs were taken?
I have a collection of architectural photographs - would they be of any use to you?
Why are some records showing 'no image available'?
Do the historic buildings of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have a similar on-line photographic library?
Why do I need to register to carry out an Advanced Search?
Will the website be updated to include new Listed Buildings?
Are there definitions for the architectural terms in the List Descriptions?
Can I order prints from the Images of England website?
Images of England Exemption Scheme
What is the Images of England Exemption Scheme?
Are all listed buildings eligible for the Exemption Scheme?
How can I receive information about the exemption scheme?
Finding out about historic buildings
Where can I go to find out more about a specific building, type of building or period?
Carrying out family history research
How can I use Images of England to research my family’s village?
Heritage Lottery Fund
Department of Culture
Media and Sport
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