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St Peter's Church, Bushley

Image: Pull Court, Bushley | Tewkesbury 7pm JY 15 05 / all will write tomorrow Mother.

04.09.1858

PULL COURT HARVEST HOME. Mr. G. Scott, of London, the eminent ecclesiastical architect, was accordingly instructed to prepare a design, and a chancel… the carving at the heads of the two capitals, from whence spring the arch, has been executed by the chisel of Forsyth, late of London, but now of St. 7 more words

1850s

Architectural Museum

FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1853. … “To turn for a short time to the losses Architecture has sustained during the past year. The hops expressed in our last Annual Report, that Mr. 396 more words

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Eastnor Castle

Image #1: The Great Hall, Eastnor Castle, Ledbury. | Photographed & Published by Tilley & Son. Ledbury. Entirely British Production.

Image #2: Eastnor Castle, Ledbury. Residence of Lady Henry Somerset | Bow 11.30am Au 23 | My dear Minnie / I hope you are not dreadfully cross / for my not having written to you before. 237 more words

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Kings Cross - not just for trains

As I travel into London every day of the week, when I think of Kings Cross, London, I think of me working late for another evening and getting the posh train home to get to my bed quicker. 595 more words

Vintage

Cultural overload at Ely Cathedral...

Here’s a question for you. What happened at Ely Cathedral 693 years ago, on Friday 13th February 1322?

OK history buffs – you’re right, the central tower fell down. 336 more words

Cathedrals

St. Pancras Ironworks

As a signal of this country’s economic transformation, you need go no further than our lofty, mighty stations.  They are a history in themselves: plotting a journey through the last 175 years:  cathedrals to Britain’s industrial might; vast spans of iron, fretted and decorated, caverns to transport and the glory of steam.   567 more words

Buildings

Gin Gin Gin Gin Gin.

The title of this post was the description of the second to last photo I Instagrammed on Saturday night, after a day filled with drinking gin. 821 more words

London