Big Trip 2005 More to follow shortly!

A different perspective of Western Queensland from 6 miles up

Hong Kong MTR (at a quiet time)

Sandra and the light circus

Anything in Hong Kong

Kingsway and a bloody good view of Hong Kong

Hong Kong sardine tin

Sandy getting ready to go to Hogwarts. The infamous Platform 9 and three quarters at Kings Cross

London Underground 2005, escalating gradients

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

House of Parliament with Victoria Tower

Houses of P

Big Ben

Routemaster bus in it's last year of service :(

Sandra on the No.13 bus from Aldwych to Golders Green

London Bus

Nasty bend in Herts

Sandra and Wilfrid (churchwarden) inside Meesden church, Herts

Sandra at Meesden, Hertfordshire

Sandra and old roadsign

Wendens Ambo, Essex

14th Century Guildhall, Thaxted


The grass is greener in England, very green

Finchingfield, Essex

Pargetting, a distinctive plaster decoration common in Essex

The classic English dinner
plumb-line problems in Lavenham
Milk delivered

16th century half-timbered house in Lavenham

The classic English breakfast

Market cross and Guildhall, Lavenham

Lavenham's sumptious parish church

interior of Lavenham church

Suffolk countryside in late April

Navigating on 70 year old maps

Thornham Parva's thatched church and tower

Typical Suffolk cottage

St.Saviour's church Surlingham, Norfolk, from the east

A typical Norfolk Lane, near Kirby Bedon

The twin churches of Kirby Bedon

Late Roman coursework, about all that's left of Venta Icenorum, Caistor St.Edmunds

Norwich Cathedral

Church at Framingham Earl

Norfolk landscape, near Hardley, round towers are never far from the horizon


Sandra at Ashby St.Mary next to the Norman south door


Church and old rectory at Framingham Earl

Houghton-on-the-Hill, a remarkable renovation from despair

Norman nave of Ely Cathedral

Outstanding 14th century stonework, Lady Chapel, Ely

venreable oak tree, Ashwell Green

Ancient sunken lane

Our abode at Mursley

Sandra calling home from Stewkley

Typical Buckinghamshire timber framed house

Traditional fencing at Penn

Updated 22nd June 2005
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