David Swatton's Historic Posts

The old bridge across the River Wye in Hereford. The entrance embedded in the far wall (mouse over the pic to see what I mean) is the exit from a tunnel built…

From my recent northern road trip. My other blog is davidswatton.com [davidswatton.com] - feel free to have a browse.

Waiting for the light to come through the clouds was a bit of a lottery but I like the dramatic effect. I have a new post on my other blog davidswatton.com…

Built by Edward I in just six years between 1283 and 1289. We have road works on the M25 that last that long these days!

About 10 miles away is the village of Pembridge and there is this magnificent 13th century church with detached bell tower (something I hadn't seen until I…

St Laurence Church, Ludlow. The durability of graffiti. I wonder what William would have thought if he knew his idle carving, perhaps gouged out during a…

The 14th and 15th century carved misericords at St. Laurence church, Ludlow. For a parish church the grandeur of St. Laurence is remarkable - the stained glass…

The Early English style 13th century church of St. James in Kinnersley. It is unusual for the area having the saddle-back roof to the tower.
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