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Pre-War or Something Like It


Circa 1970's apartment building just off of Rue Verdun, a few blocks from the Mediterranean Sea (and the beach the Israelis used to invade in 1982 and the Americans before them in 1958). This little gem has escaped destruction in...

Pre-War or Something Like It

Cheshire, UK


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Very, Very Old Windows

author: Andrew Smith : Cheshire, UK
Sunday, July 16th, 2006


 

Very, Very Old Windows

author: Andrew Smith : Cheshire, UK


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The windows were put in in 1559. Using my powers of translation, I can tell you the inscription, in modern English, reads: "Richard Dale, Carpenter, Made these Windows by the Grace of God" (I bet you were all struggling with that one) It's at Little Moreton Hall, a timber building now nearly 500 years old (now a National Trust Museum.) It's nice he got some credit for his work!



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Key Food Blues


Key Food Blues

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Mathilda


at the Maritime Museum of New York www.hrmm.org/

Mathilda

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Flemington


Flemington