Stile and cattle grid on Slieau Curn
Charles Ross steam hammer Preserved at Sheffield Industrial Museum alongside the Bessemer converter. It is plumbed to a steam supply but I've never seen it move. There are still a few of these at work…
|Title||Through the Abbey Entrance looking out of the Abbey towards the graveyard and path up to the Abbey.|
|Photo's author||Pam Brophy User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||8 Oct 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||450 x 600|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon PowerShot Pro1|
|Exposure time||1/30 s|
|Focal length||15.4 mm|
Interior: Dorchester Abbey A view down the nave and of the window in the Abbey.
Thatched cottage in churchyard of Dorchester Abbey.
Dorchester Abbey Looking the nave of the Abbey, through the columns at the entrance.
Through the Abbey Entrance looking out of the Abbey towards the graveyard and path up to the Abbey.
Through the Lych Gate The abbey viewed through the gate just off the high street.
Abbey Grounds Looking down the path from the Abbey entrance.
The toll house
The toll house A memory of a more prosperous era for the town and bridge. The toll house where fees were collected to cross the River Thame. It joins the Thames about a mile away.
The Turnpike & Dorchester Abbey
Tollhouse in Dorchester-on-Thames
Fence on the path
Towards Bridge End