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The Listed Buildings Photo Challenge Leaderboard

The photo challenge is a competition to see how many buildings we can get photos for that previously didn't have any. These are our current leaders.

Most buildings in the past year

  1. Trevor Hayman (2178 buildings)
  2. Eddie Winder (976 buildings)
  3. Phil Morris (867 buildings)
  4. Bryn Griffiths (734 buildings)
  5. Simon (707 buildings)
  6. Brian of Dartford (703 buildings)
  7. Mark Wolstenholme (685 buildings)
  8. Jillageinthevillage (657 buildings)
  9. Pam & Dave (575 buildings)
  10. Ian Ramage (391 buildings)
  11. Wendy (388 buildings)
  12. Ernest James Buck (362 buildings)
  13. Lee H (314 buildings)
  14. Scott Engering (311 buildings)
  15. Fiona Coutts (302 buildings)
  16. David H (295 buildings)
  17. Richard Law (271 buildings)
  18. Dr Christopher Allen (247 buildings)
  19. Eric (217 buildings)
  20. Andrew Kerr (170 buildings)

Most buildings in the past month

  1. Trevor Hayman (125 buildings)
  2. Simon (113 buildings)
  3. Brian of Dartford (89 buildings)
  4. Eddie Winder (87 buildings)
  5. Jillageinthevillage (79 buildings)
  6. Phil Morris (78 buildings)
  7. Fiona Coutts (49 buildings)
  8. Bryn Griffiths (46 buildings)
  9. Ernest James Buck (40 buildings)
  10. Richard Law (36 buildings)
  11. Mark Wolstenholme (30 buildings)
  12. Scott Engering (29 buildings)
  13. David H (22 buildings)
  14. Dr Christopher Allen (15 buildings)
  15. Wendy (14 buildings)
  16. Derrick Golland (13 buildings)
  17. Pam & Dave (13 buildings)
  18. Karen White (6 buildings)
  19. Steve Ellwood (5 buildings)
  20. Yvonne Parker (4 buildings)

Why not take part yourself? Are there any listed buildings near you that don't yet have a photo? If so, we'd really love to see them!

Just put your postcode into the search box, and you'll get a list of buildings within ten miles of you that we don't have a photo of.

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