The Historia list is only the first of many lists of British wonders. Later versions, which have to a lesser or greater extent been influenced by the Historia list include the following1,2,3 :
Henry of Huntingdon's6 Historia Anglorum7 (Written 1125-1130, revised 1154[?] CE)
Ralph de Diceto's8 Abbreviationes chronicorum9 (Written >1147 CE)
Alexander of Neckam's10 "Verses...touching the Mervailes of England"11 (b.1157-d.1217 CE)
Gervase of Tilbury's12 Otia imperialia13 (Written 1210-1214 CE)
Dauyd of Neath Abbey (?) Y Cwta yfarwydd (the "Short Guide": Peniarth 50)18 (Written 1425-1456 CE)
Holinshed's Chronicles* (Written 1578 CE)
More modern lists have tended, like the "Seven Wonders of the World" list, to concentrate on human built rather than natural wonders, and, dare I say it, to the advantage of the tourist industry.