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Last Updated: Saturday, 26 January 2008, 11:03 GMT
England's week in pictures

Timber from the Ice Prince shipwreck washes up on the south coast.

Hundreds of tonnes of timber from the shipwrecked Ice Prince are washed ashore along England's south coast. Beaches are closed to allow heavy machinery to remove the wood.

Residents in Armitage Bridge near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

Floods and torrential rain causes chaos for people across England, forcing the closure of key road and rail routes and inundating homes with flood water.

John Hogan arriving at a court in Crete

John Hogan, who leapt from a hotel balcony with his two children, killing his son, goes on trial in Crete. He is later cleared of murder and placed in a psychiatric unit.

Toprak Mansion in Bishops Avenue, Hampstead

A luxury mansion in north-west London is sold for 50m. Toprak Mansion boasts seven bedrooms, seven kitchens, an 80ft salon, a swimming pool and a two acre garden.

Snowfall in Northumberland

Gritters are scrambled in County Durham and Northumberland as up to 6ins (15cm) of snow falls in areas.

A landslide at Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucestershire.

The main railway line between London and South Wales is forced to close after a 2,000 tonne landslide at Chipping Sodbury, north east of Bristol.

Shipwreck timber littering coast
21 Jan 08 |  England
Floods cause road and rail chaos
22 Jan 08 |  England
Hotel leap man cleared of murder
23 Jan 08 |  Bristol
Luxury mansion is sold for 50m
23 Jan 08 |  London
Delays continue on landslip line
25 Jan 08 |  England

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