Little Green Street - in Kentish Town is one of a handful of Georgian Streets to survive in London.

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Georgetown, CO. west of Denver, Georgetown is a delightful Victorian village set in a spectacular mountain valley with 200 restored buildings from the 1870’s. The main street has shops and restaurants and many of the old homes have been turned into antique stores. The Georgetown Loop Railroad operates in the summer months with narrow gauge steam locomotives curling down a mountain ledge, at one point crossing over a 90-foot (27 m) high trestle. Via I-70 W 45.54 mins

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"Park your car to step back in time. Enjoy magnificently preserved Victorian architecture as you stroll; pick up visitor information from any shop.On the National Register of Historic Places, Ferndale's Main Street is a photographer's paradise and a shopper's delight. Explore the old-fashioned mercantiles, antique stores, art galleries, and specialty shops, hear the ringing of the blacksmith's hammer, and talk with the friendly people. Watch fresh candy being dipped by hand to whet your…

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Swanage is a coastal town and civil parish in the south east of Dorset. The town, originally a small port and fishing village flourished in the Victorian era, when it first became a significant quarrying port and later a seaside resort for the rich of the day. Today the town remains a popular tourist resort, this being the town's primary industry, with many thousands of visitors coming to the town during the peak summer season, drawn by the bay's sandy beaches and other attractions.

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The Victorian Village of Ferndale, of America's most unique towns. People really live and carry on daily business there. It is a beautiful photo op! Jim Carrey's movie, The Majestic, was filmed here.

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For 134 years, THE FERNDALE ENTERPRISE has been the paper of record for the historic Victorian Village of Ferndale, CA and surrounding areas. The award-winning publication – one of the smallest in California, we might add – covers Ferndale like a blanket with news of the dairy industry, city politics, hard-hitting editorials, school news, old-fashioned social columns, art news and sports stories, as well as features on locals that make the Cream City such a unique place to call home…

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