History, landscape and legend of some of England's most remarkable sites: Glastonbury, Bath, Wye Valley, and Arthur in Somerset, from booksellers 3 Stones.
Timelines, maps, biographies, and articles on various aspects of British and Imperial history, culture, technology, and armed forces.
History, geography and anything of interest about the development of the route between London and Edinburgh.
Black British history and news.
Ken Collinson follows the history and archaeology of Britain from the Beaker people to Magna Carta, primarily through lists of links, but he also presents some primary sources: chronicles and significant documents.
Articles on the social history of the British, including their daily lives, their culture, the different influences on different eras of the arts and the fashions and styles of different eras.
Suite 101's section on UK history, providing bulletins, articles and discussions.
The history of the Public Telephone Call Box from 1884 to the present day. Site by British Telecom.
Joint venture by The History Channel and English Heritage, which aims to build an archive of personal historical memories. Details of how to enter, roadshows, prizes and partners.
The history of the poor-law workhouse system in Britain including maps, photos, audio clips, chronology, and a tour of a virtual workhouse.