Posts Tagged ‘Walking’

International Bomber Command Centre

Posted on March 16th, 2018 under , . Posted by

Made a visit to the International Bomber Command Centre ,near Lincoln today and even though it is not completely finished itwas still an amazing experience .The gardens and the spire are free to walk round although there is aparking fee and if you want…

Rokes Drift defenders Graves -Private James Taylor

Posted on January 29th, 2018 under , . Posted by

A rather hard one to find in my quest to visit the graves of the defenders of Rorkes Drift ,James Taylor a pivate at the time appears to have achieved the rank of sergeant ,he passed away in 1919 and has avery badly rusted iron cross marker in the chur…

Royal Welch fusiliers Museum

Posted on January 28th, 2018 under . Posted by

A cracking museum situated inside Caernarfon Castle ,situated in a number of rooms and stairwells the museum covers the history of the oldest welsh regiment with dozens of cabinets containg weapons uniforms and other artifacts ,there are life size wax …

Castles and more castles

Posted on January 27th, 2018 under . Posted by

Not posted for a while due to illness but will hopefully post a few times over the nest few days and  get back to sheffield wargames society to start gaming again this week . We have just spent a week in Wales the land of Castles (we even stayed i…

York Army Museum

Posted on December 2nd, 2017 under , . Posted by

I have not done much gaming or painting over the last few weeks due to the loss of my Brother and now an awful eye infection ,however did get chance to visit this lovely little museum in York , Dedicated to the Royal dragoon Guards and the Yorkshire Re…

York Army Museum

Posted on December 2nd, 2017 under , . Posted by

I have not done much gaming or painting over the last few weeks due to the loss of my Brother and now an awful eye infection ,however did get chance to visit this lovely little museum in York , Dedicated to the Royal dragoon Guards and the Yorkshire Re…