Panaramic view of St Ives quay and bridge taken from the meadow to the East of the town. St Ives is situated on the banks of the river Great Ouse, near Huntingdon, the birth place of Oliver Cromwell, in Cambridgeshire England. It has its roots in Saxon history, although it achieved fame in medieval times for its international fairs. Today it is a quiet market town with a population of approximately 16,000 and covering an area of just over 1000 hectares.
Huntingdon, PA is the coolest small town in America. A big reason why is the 8,300 acre Raystown Lake! A five minute drive from downtown Huntingdon puts you at Ridenour Overlook which looks out over the dam that creates the largest man-made lake in Pennsylvania! A 300-yard walk from Ridenour Overlook is Hawn's Overlook. These two scenic views have been named to the Top 100 Scenic Views in America by ReserveAmerica.com's The Camping Club!
The refurbishment of the 18th century Town Hall in Huntingdon shows how a historic building can earn its keep in a changing world. Description from archangelic.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Huntingdon Town Hall by Baz Richardson, via Flickr. Sandwich built this Town Hall for Huntingdon and it really is a magnificent structure with some Class A portraits acquired by his Lordship for the Town.