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The forest is named for the eccentric Madame Antoinette Sherri. Madame Sherri, who had worked as a costume designer for the Zigfield Follies in the 1920s, had built her country "Castle" in the woods of Chesterfield. She became famous (or infamous) for the parties she threw for visitors from the city and was said to have driven about the town during the summer wearing a fur coat and nothing else. Madame Sherri died in 1965 at the age of 84

Shape Mags allow little builders to create castles, bridges, trains, buildings, pyramids, rockets, their name, and more. Shape Mags come in train track sets, gates and fences, frames, arches, windows, doors, vehicle bases, and much more. Shine a flashlight through their magnetic structures to explore shadows and color or try building in the window to create a colorful reflection and great hands-on learning fun.

Bodiam Castle is a lovely relic from the medieval period in England. Found in the East Sussex area, this fourteenth-century structure features sturdy towers with fairy-tale crenellations, and the moat that surrounds the outer walls only adds to the picturesque appeal.

William Wallace Monument, Stirling, Scotland - Sir William Wallace was a Scottish knight who became one of the main leaders during the Wars of Scottish Independence. Along with Andrew Moray, Wallace defeated an English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in September 1297 and was the subject of literary works by Sir Walter Scott, Jane Porter, and of the Academy Award-winning film Braveheart (1995).

Gothic Water Intakes, St. Louis Missouri. These gothic water intakes were built in 1894 and are still in use. These structures serve as water intakes for the Chain of Rocks Water Treatment Facility, which opened in 1894 and is still in operation. Excellent views of the St. Louis skyline and the Mississippi River are visible from the bridge. Bald eagles may also be present during colder weather.

The crumbling stone ruins of churches, farmhouses and barns are integrated into new structures that preserve and display their historic character while adding playful modern elements, like glass ad...

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Clubhouse - Fort - Castle - No Adults Allowed!!

Like the rope ladder (and how it extends slightly higher than bridge floor) and seems like bridge is one step higher than fort portion. Plan to do similar extension (albeit L-shaped) to existing tree house to add monkey bars, rope ladder, Costco swing, climbing wall & zip line launch.

Tower Bridge 6 by ruthhallam. The bridge was officially opened on 30 June 1894 by The Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII), and his wife, The Princess of Wales (Alexandra of Denmark). <3