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- Four miles up, past the fallow deer in the grounds of Powder ham Castle, past Lympstone with its red sandstone cliffs, past the eyesore high-rise blocks where Prince Edward rejected his career with the Marines - until we were below Topsham.
- Despite extensive plans by the consortium for landscaping, the conservationists claim the dump would turn into an eyesore.
- To hide what could be an eyesore, Ken has built a housing around the water butt and bath that has echoes of the tea house without being obviously Japanese.
- It certainly made me wonder about climbers who object to bolts on the basis that they're an eyesore.
- Apart from that, they can be an eyesore in a display tank.
- And so is your bloody great power station an eyesore.
- The container also conceals the bottom of the downpipe and its outlet, transforming an eyesore into the perfect place for growing plants.
- At the present time, and for some months (if not years) to come, a subterranean roadway is being constructed under the harbour, and the diggings, scaffoldings and shoring incurred by this vast undertaking are a pictorial eyesore.
- Offshore wind farms would be more expensive to establish but far less of an eyesore.
- Geoff Drake, managing director at Penrhyn, said: "We are aware of our responsibilities, and tipping is now below ground level to avoid creating an eyesore.
- The now familiar, if still poignant, sight of the Albert Memorial swathed in scaffolding and plastic, is set to remain a London eyesore until at least 1996.
- Spanking new trams may circumnavigate the bizarre architectural eyesore of Piccadilly - half Bulgarian showpiece plaza and half Gerry Anderson-style spaceport - but musically the city is in disarray.
- This is what the Council for National Parks thought of Langdale: "Langdale is not an eyesore.