A view of the lake from the house.
This is a Wellington type steam tractor built in 1930 by William Foster and Co of Lincoln, an agricultural machinery company. We overtook it thinking it was a gypsy caravan and then pulled in up the road to get his photo to the delight of the driver!!!
......and I had thought premonstratensian was some sort of women's problem!!!
Many thanks... for taking a look see... 'Rod'........good to hear from you.
Epic all day snorkeling sessions....are one of my favourite holiday pastimes..... you get to see stuff and places that others don't... The Atlantic - though...is much colder than most...but I survived to tell the tale !......Cheers again from....Dave...UK.
Ha Ha'.... yeah !...I get your meaning.....'come and see more antiques inside' !......:-)
Gotcha'...on the new upload...Geoff... That was sure an epic trip !... Cheers ..from Dave.
This is an air museum situated on the old RAF station of Winthorpe near Newark. It of course has one my all-time favourite aircraft this English Electric Lightning T.5 XS417 first flown 17.7.64. It also has one of the fifteen remaining Avro Vulcans in the UK which is the subject of the next photo!
This museum has an internationally renowned art collection containing paintings by El Greco, Francisco Goya, Canaletto which I thought was an ice-cream, Jean-Honore Fragenard and Francois Boucher. It was opened in 1892 and was built in grand French style with landscaped gardens. Like the outside hence the photo. Inside? Nah!!!!!
This river rises on the eastern slope of Cross Fell in the North Pennines. It flows eastward for 85 miles to reach the North Sea between Redcar and Hartlepool near Middlesborough.
Barnard Castle is a ruined medieval castle situated in the town of the same name in Teesdale, County Durham. The castle is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and was designated as a Grade 1 listed building in 1950. A castle was built on the site from 1095 to 1125 by Guy de Balliol and was extended from 1125 to 1185 by his nephew Bernard de Balliol and his son Bernard II. It is now in the custody of English Heritage.