Friday, 8 November 2013

The Plough


The Plough at Kelmscott a typical English Village pub. Did not stop on the occasion but I do know someone who did.

 It also has the remains of a preaching cross nearby
Have a great Weekend

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  1. Hari OM
    Oh look at that roofing!! Love the second photo. Have a great weekend!! YAM xx

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    1. Not sure I'd want to pay for it, cost a fortune for those slates

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  2. This Pub looks lovely ! I love Pubs ! when my son lived in London, during the years I went to 60 Pubs and did drawings of the people there ! Was a lot of fun !

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    1. People don't seem to mind being drawn, it's being photographed some object to

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  3. Hello Bill...

    i love this architecture !! Great captured ...

    Have a nice Weekend...

    Best regards

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  4. Beautiful old building ..we loved English pubs. Not sure what a preaching cross was...need to google that,

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    1. Just that, a visiting holy person would preach a sermon from that spot usually near the church or village green

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  5. Very cool! How old do you suppose the remains of the preaching cross are?

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    1. They tend to me medieval or as far back as the Saxon times

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  6. A little history education with the photos tonight, thanks, Bill!

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    1. I do try Pam but there is so much around you can't help find it

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  7. I would certainly recommend it for the food as well Bill.

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