Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Mom's Visit 2014

York's National Railway Museum

Queen Victoria's Carriage

The Mallard, world's fastest steam train 

Taking a break at the outlet mall's Caffe Nero

Visiting the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire's grounds at Bolton Abbey

Bolton Abbey ruins

Mom & Molly's trip to Bath--Sally Lunn's buns for lunch

Mom's is Welsh Rarebit and mine's brie and cranberry

The original downstairs kitchen

One of my favorite pubs in Bath, the Crystal Palace

The Jane Austen Centre

One of the houses Jane lived in, 25 Gay Street

The Circus

The Royal Crescent

Pultney Bridge and the Weir

Lacock Village (National Trust village, amazingly preserved and used in period films--Pride & Prejudice, Cranford, etc.)

Not quite so authentic with the cars, but people actually live here!

The Red Lion was used for the ball where the Bennetts first meet the Bingleys and Mr. Darcy

Lacock Abbey

The Cloisters were used in the first two Harry Potter films

The Chapter House was used for the room where Harry finds the Mirror of Erised

I'd love to hear how the experiment is going...

Famous dog wheel spit at the George Inn, Lacock

Jane Austen Centre

St Swithin's Church where Jane Austen's parents were married and her father is buried

Bath Abbey, rebuilt 1499

Entrance hall for the Roman Baths

Roman Bath Selfie

Laura Place, where Lady Dalrymple stayed in Persuasion

Bristol Temple Meads

Afternoon tea at Wedgwood Visitor Centre

Ancient High House, Stafford

Leeds Industrial Museum, Armley

Abbey House tea room

Pub Lunch in Hawes

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