Cold War Warrior's photos with the Margaret Davies

SS Sulien & Mael, Corwen, Denbighshire 14 September 2016

SS Sulien & Mael, Corwen, Denbighshire 14 September 2016
Another "Wipers" victim.

The church is built on a pagan site of worship, with missionaries establishing a church there in the 6th or 7th Century. The current church dates from the 13th Century. with 18th Century modifications and extensive 19th Century r…
Added on September 24, 2016

St Andrew's, Church Lane, Bredwardine, Herefordshire 15 August 2014

St Andrew's, Church Lane, Bredwardine, Herefordshire 15 August 2014
Francis Kilvert was vicar at St Andrew's from 1877 until 1879 when he died of peritonitis at the age of 38. He is remembered for his famous diary.
St Andrew's dates from the Norman Conquest, and is set on the slope overlooking the River Wye. It was part…
Added on August 19, 2014

St Mary's Church, Builth Wells, Powys 25 June 2014

St Mary's Church, Builth Wells, Powys 25 June 2014
A sarcophagus symbolises mortality, death; to reinforce this for those upon whom this is lost, the inscription "Remember Death". The sarcophagus, as is often seen, is supported on lion's paws; the lion represents strength and loyalty, and is also regarde…
Added on July  1, 2014

St Mary's Church, Builth Wells, Powys 25 June 2014

St Mary's Church, Builth Wells, Powys 25 June 2014
An officer of excise.
"In Te Domine Speravi" - "My Hope is in Thee O Lord".
The tower of St Mary's dates from around 1300 but was subsequently increased in height; the remainder of the church was rebuilt in 1875. Prior to The Reformation, the church was…
Added on June 26, 2014