Before we became besieged with pandemics, lockdowns and vaccines we had begun a tour of our own country …. England …… and in bite sized chunks. We concentrated on areas associated with history, especially those with plenty of English Heritage… Read More ›
Yet another piece of history not far from our Lechlade village, the magnificent building which is The Great Coxwell Tithe Barn. 1. Built between 1300-1310 AD, 2. It formed part of the Faringdon estate of Cistercian monks 3. The monks… Read More ›
Probably the best outdoor museum in England, Blists Hill in the Ironbridge Gorge is a reconstructed Victorian Town where you can relive a typical day in shops, a pub, a working foundry, and even buy fish and chips old style.
Oxford Museum of Natural History is my venue for a second photo in this weeks Photo Challenge. It’s internal roof structure is a magnificent lattice of straight cast iron girders, occasionally interrupted by ….. a circle! Why, I have no… Read More ›