People and Places of the Past


Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire - built in the thirteenth century with the tallest spire in England

Bewcastle Cross, Cumbria - one of the finest surviving stone crosses from the Dark Ages

Hermitage Castle, Scottish Borders - built in the fourteenth century and associated with the Border Reivers

The Keep at Newcastle, Tyne & Wear - started in the eleventh century and originally part of a much larger Castle

Muiderslot Castle, Netherlands - a Dutch Castle close to Amsterdam and the Zuider Zee

A carved Angel from the roof of Blythburgh Church, Suffolk - one of the finest wool churches

West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village - a reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon village in Suffolk

Tantallon Castle, Lothians - It stands above the Firth of Forth and was once the home of the Red Douglases

Detail from the windows at Bolling Hall, Bradford, West Yorkshire - this shows the arms of the Clifford family

Cartmel Priory, Cumbria - the remains of a medieval priory now used as a parish church with an unusual tower

Thirlwall Castle in Northumberland was built in the middle ages using stones from nearby Hadrian's Wall

All the photographs were taken by Adrian Waite

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