England Beautiful (page 5/5)

[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...]


[picture: Tintern Abbey]

Tintern Abbey

A ruined abbey in South-East Wales.


[picture: A Cathedral Crypt]

A Cathedral Crypt

Stone pillars support ancient arches; on the right lies an ornate carved tomb of some long-forgotten knight, shrouded in darkness and alone in death. [more...]


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