A few days R&R on the North Yorkshire coast near Filey. Went to explore Flamborough Head yesterday and amidst all the nature reserve information something on the AWI naval encounter off the Head ~
Coincidentally the day before I'd say in in Fish & Chip restaurant in Filey eating my Pensioner's Special under a naval map of the action off Scarborough during the early months of WWI.
For those of a more medieval lilt I've been to a Norman Manor at Burton Agnes Hall. It's clad in C17th brick but inside it boasts a Norman crypt and above the remains of the Norman living quarters, beneath a C15th timber roof.
Burton Agnes Hall was built in 1603 and boasts some fine original carvings in wood, plaster and marble. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
Plenty of inspiration in both for scratch builders and kit bashers I thought. I also popped to Mighty Lancer Games in Bridlington as I'm in the area. What did I buy? A large pot of GW Nul Oil. Last of the big spenders.....
There are some great buildings there David, so thanks for sharing:). It shows that we have so much to offer here in the UK, often off the beaten track as it were.ReplyDelete
England, God's own country of course.Delete
Thank you David for sharing these photos and providing comment on these lovely buildings.ReplyDelete
My pleasure, hope you enjoyed them.Delete
Glad to see you've had an interesting trip. Trust you'llReplyDelete
enjoy oiling your nuts...
Still interesting: Eden Camp today.Delete
Most interesting it's not a place I have come across.ReplyDelete
It's privately owned, admission £11.50 for concessions, you'd have fainted...😂🤣Delete
Nice David not a bad bit of the country we were there enjoying the Yorkshire countryside in July 👍ReplyDelete
Only one wet day, otherwise plenty of sunshine. A good week's break we both needed.Delete