Fiery cross used by Scottish Highlanders to rally their clans to battle.
Pair of 18-metre high statues at the northern entrance to Trafford Park, erected in 1995 to mark the area’s regeneration
Collection of four novels by H. G. Wells (1866–1946), published in 1933.
Oil painting by John Collier (1850–1934), depicting a priestess at the Oracle of Delphi.
First person in the UK to be fined for speeding.
Alleged witch attacked by her neighbours in the village of Great Paxton, Huntingdonshire in 1808.
River in south-west Cornwall.
Painting by John William Waterhouse, completed in 1900,now in the collection of the Royal Academy of Arts.
Short story by H. G. Wells, about a prominent politician who learns that the drug he has been taking for the last 17 years to dispel all self-doubt is in reality distilled water.
Works by John Wyndham (1903–1969) listed in order of their date of first publication.