Dippy at Norwich Cathedral Normally at home in the Natural History Museum, Dippy the Diplodocus has been on tour across the UK, and here is on the final stop before being restored.
East Anglia Norfolk and Suffolk are blest with some of the most spectacular churches in the country. Salle is a fine medieval church in North Norfolk, the size of a small cathedral with a tiny that surrounds it. The misericords are of the highest quality, and it's also unusual in that to enter the church is via the West door.
St Agnes, Cawston One of the finest angel hammerbeam roofs in the UK, Cawston also has a fine late medieval rood screen. The angels are all unique and stand over 6 feet tall.
Holy Cross, Caston, Norfolk I had no idea that there were thatched churches in East Anglia. This lovely example from 1300 is in the care of the The Churches Conservation Trust and remains a consecrated church. It was perhaps one of the simplest buildings on my recent visit but I enjoyed this the most, perhaps because we stumbled across it and decided to stop and have a look! Serendipity!
Woolpit Once called 'Wolfpit', this has to be one of the most spectacular roofs on the planet: a double hammerbeam angel roof. All of the carved angels are unique!
Holy Trinity, Long Melford
Lavenham A wool church, again made incongruous by it's size in such a small parish
Good Morning Salford!
Toronto at night
Home is where the heart is - Wigan has a pier that isn't a pier
2. Urbex. Winstanley Hall contains stunning architectural details being left to fall apart.