E Yorks: Tunstall (probably the most northerly landfall on the meridian, though the monument here just lately slipped down the cliff), Sand-le-Mere caravan park , Holderness peninsiula, Patrington (there’s an inscribed stone right here beneath a steel sign), Sunk Island Sands, the mouth of the River Humber.
NE Lincs: Cleethorpes (marked by a signpost on the Marine Embankment between the boating lake and the sand dunes at Island Humberston).
Lincs: Fulstow, Brackenborough Hall, Louth (proper via the center of this market city, with two plaques in Eastgate), Woody’s Top Youth Hostel, Snipe Dales nature reserve (with Meridian stone), East Kirkby aerodrome (and aviation museum, with monument), the japanese outskirts of Boston, the mouth of the River Welland, Holbeach (marked by a millstone beside the highway to Spalding).
Cambs: the Fens, Flood’s Ferry Highway, Somersham (with a pavement marker in the High Avenue), Swavesey (marked in the middle of the village), Nice Eversden, Meldreth.
Herts: the Royston bypass, Hamels Park golf course, Noah’s Ark Farm (Ware), Hoddesdon.
Essex: Lee Valley Park, Waltham Abbey, the M25 (the only UK motorway on the meridian), Gilwell Park campsite (residence of outdoor Scouting).
London (north of Greenwich): Pole Hill, Waltham Forest, Stratford, the Dome, Greenwich (however I’ve written about those already).
London (south of Greenwich): Greenwich Park (bisecting the putting inexperienced, dividing the rose backyard, then straight via the dining room, crimson parlour and gallery of the Ranger’s House), Blackheath, Our Lady of Lourdes Main School (Lewisham), the northern end of Hither Inexperienced railway station (site of the meridian’s solely practice crash on 12th March 2001), Catford (by way of St Andrew’s Church), Shortlands, West Wickham (with Meridian stone on the frequent), New Addington.
Surrey: the M25 (again), Oxted (commuter village), Lingfield Park racecourse (virtually).
W Sussex East Grinstead (there are numerous stone markers at East Court docket, and the city’s coat of arms features a vertical white line representing the meridian)
E Sussex: Sheffield Park (on the Bluebell railway, plaque on station wall), Chailey (meridian stone erected 1953), Lewes (another direct hit on a town centre), Peacehaven (the Meridian Monument appears to be like out over the English Channel).
France: (besides the French don’t consider in our meridian, so I cannot be bothered to let you know the place it goes).
Spain: from the Pyrenees south to (just outside) Benidorm, then Stone Island Cardigan into the Mediterranean.
Africa: Algeria, the Sahara, Mali (straight by means of Gao on the the river Niger), Burkina Faso (by the northern town of Dori), Togo (just a tiny sliver within the northwest corner), Ghana (by means of Lake Volta, reaching the coast at Tema).
The Atlantic Ocean: the Equator, more than 5000 miles of ocean.