England Beautiful (page 4/5)

[picture: Ilfracombe]


The rocky shore at Ilfracombe, North Devon. [$]

[picture: The Portal]

The Portal

An unidentified castle entrance, overrun by ivy or creepers. I don’t recognise this entrance; any help would be welcome. [$]

[picture: Haddon Hall]

Haddon Hall

A photograph taken from an unusual angle; Haddon Hall is just visible at upper left. The Hall dates back to the 12th century, although the present occupants, the Manners [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Framlingham Gate]

Framlingham Gate

The entrance to Framlingham Castle in Suffolk; you can see the remains of a coat of arms over the arch. [$]

[picture: The Ancient Yew]

The Ancient Yew

A huge yew tree overshadows an even older church in this gloomy unkempt churchyard; tombs and graves of various sorts are visible in the long grass. [more...] [$]

[picture: A Saxon Mill]

A Saxon Mill

This is instantly recognizable as the Saxon Mill at Guy’s Cliffe in Warwickshire; it’s mentiontd in the Domesday Book, and there’s a stone dated 1060 by the door, although the mill was running (it’s said) two hunred years earlier, so that it might have ground the corn to make the flour that went into [...] [more...] [$]

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