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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. Andrew Kerr (1706 buildings)
  2. Malcolm Butler (1236 buildings)
  3. Brian Curley (828 buildings)
  4. Jon K. (828 buildings)
  5. Ernest James Buck (795 buildings)
  6. Simon (614 buildings)
  7. Fiona Coutts (494 buildings)
  8. David (352 buildings)
  9. David Lands (280 buildings)
  10. Brian of Dartford (274 buildings)
  11. Peter Wilcox (272 buildings)
  12. B Pedwell (246 buildings)
  13. Peter Giroux (198 buildings)
  14. Paul Jones (175 buildings)
  15. Coole Visions (165 buildings)
  16. Peter Barton (146 buildings)
  17. Jerry (132 buildings)
  18. SDNorfolk (130 buildings)
  19. Colin Cheesman (126 buildings)
  20. Listing Cyclers (120 buildings)

Most buildings in the past month

  1. Brian Curley (252 buildings)
  2. Ernest James Buck (169 buildings)
  3. Fiona Coutts (131 buildings)
  4. Andrew Kerr (83 buildings)
  5. Peter Wilcox (75 buildings)
  6. Matthew (41 buildings)
  7. Colin Cheesman (39 buildings)
  8. Jon K. (37 buildings)
  9. David (34 buildings)
  10. Gail Strawbridge (31 buildings)
  11. Andy Stone (29 buildings)
  12. Jerry (24 buildings)
  13. Listing Cyclers (23 buildings)
  14. Stephen Pointer (21 buildings)
  15. Scott Engering (21 buildings)
  16. Alastair Mudie (19 buildings)
  17. disqus_GWStBaO39s (16 buildings)
  18. J ASTLE (16 buildings)
  19. Robert Guy (13 buildings)
  20. Richard Law (13 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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