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Andy Marshall's Sideclick! Rare view right now of the medieval roof structure at The Churches Conservation Trust ’s St. Nicholas King’s Lynn

How unique is this? The cusp between two ideologies, two opposing styles fossilised in stone. The sharp toothed testosterone of the Romanesque set against the stiff leafed flowering of the Early English. Found at St. John the Evangelist, Radclive-cum-Chackmore, Buckinghamshire.

Andy Marshall's Sideclick! eclisse di sole, 20 marzo 2015

Saint Peter and Saint Paul Lavenham

Detail, Burne-Jones Window in the nave at Jesus Church, Troutbeck, Cumbria

Fleur-de-lys strap hinge Ampney Crucis

Georgian facade in Coventry.

Magnificent full width C17th hinge at Spetchley Worcestershire

Stairway to heaven Hexham Abbey

I was struck by the powerful, poetical nature of this scene which I came across in Manchester today. Backlit by the sun - the fire-breathing...

Andy Marshall's Sideclick! • A Stent to the Medieval Heart My journey to find a hidden medieval bridge beneath the streets of Rochdale

Andy Marshall's Sideclick! • A Stent to the Medieval Heart My journey to find a hidden medieval bridge beneath the streets of Rochdale

Andy Marshall's Sideclick! • A Stent to the Medieval Heart My journey to find a hidden medieval bridge beneath the streets of Rochdale

Andy Marshall's Sideclick! • A Stent to the Medieval Heart My journey to find a hidden medieval bridge beneath the streets of Rochdale

On the sill: Dimensions of Frank Lloyd Wright - six of his greatest buildings paper engineered (Iain Thomson)

On the sill: English Stained Glass of the Medieval Period (John Baker)

Old Saint Werburgh’s, Cheshire - under the care of The Churches Conservation Trust

Angelic host from the stained glass at All Souls Bolton yesterday @thecct

Cute animals from the stained glass at @thecct’s All Souls Bolton. High up in the east window

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway

Remembering both my great Grandads Harry and George who fell during WWI and now rest at Abbeville and Rouen

Morning!  Sun rising over Northumbrian hills right now On my way to Hexham Abbey #photoserotonin

Photo serotonin moment: sunburst through a segmental door in Hexham


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