June 2, 2003
View from the Norman castle grounds at Richmond
Ruins of castle walls and a still-standing tower at the Norman castle at Richmond, dating back to year 1100
Ken, Glenda, Hanne and me in the Richmond Castle garden with bright-red poppies in the background
Glenda, Hanne and me with lovely flowers at the garden wall at Richmond Castle.
View from Richmond Castle window at the town below
In the great hall at Richmond Castle with tables and depictions of festivities in years gone by
Another view from Richmond Castle of the town below
A view from the top of Richmond Castle of the town below
A view from the top of Richmond Castle of the town square below and surrounding houses
View from the top of Richmond Castle of the houses and landscape below
View from the tope of Richmond Castle of the houses and surrounding landscape
Modern wind turbines meeting old stone walls
The flowers, which the English call "red hot pokers", in a front yard in the small town of Beamish. Old houses and businesses from earlier times have been moved there to form a museum of things and places from our past.
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