I love being able to see far away places..Thank you!
you’re most welcome and thanks for visiting 😉
Very interesting, as I’d no idea that he designed churches as well…I’ve just googled him on the strength of your photos!
ah…thats my mistake … I know he did the locks not quite sure about the church i might do a bit of editing ..can you get sued by higher bodies 🙂
ps Hows the leg repairing …
By I am getting in a muddle tonight – only just spotted your reply here! Have had one of the better days so far today, but I think I can feel it starting to get ready for tonight…Thanks for asking!
A world of history is to be found down by the canal, wonderful photos as always.
Thanks very your kind words 🙂
St James’ at Audlem was built by Thomas Telford:
Don’t think He’d sue you anyway…
Hey, my mistake too! It’s a lockkeeper’s cottage near the church! Still, he did design some churches according to Wikipaedia…
Hiya Chrissie , i think he’s the only man in history to be able to multi task
I love to see the stonework on canals. We have a few here. And quite a few abandoned already. Thanks again.
they are amazing when you think the engineering, time and effort that went into making these things..astonishing really given the lack of heavy plant machinery.
Loved all these. How interesting!
Such nice photos!
Reblogged this on MY BLOG ~.
Always think its a shame that Telford itself is such an uninspiring town….Thankfully Ironbridge is only a stones throw away and a great place to photograph Some of Telfords work..
Venice in England? : ) Love the pics, I’ve been dying to go back to the UK since my 2006 visit . . . guess I’ll have to live vicariously through you!
I,ll try my best 🙂 where in the UK did you go..anywhere nice 😉
Oh yeah – we did London, Edinburgh, Inverness, Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Interlaken, Munich, Pisa, Roma, Napoli, Pompeii, Venezia, Firenze, and Hamburg. Whew! Had a lovely time
wow, that’s some road trip 🙂 what was your best place …
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