February 17th 2017

Aldbury to Market Harborough - Our first day on the Grand Union Canal, Market Harborough

St Giles Church, Cheddington
Church Micro 9894
3-Bay Nave and North Arcade
St Giles Church, Cheddington
Tile and Mosaic Reredos of
'The Last Supper'
by
Powell and Sons, 1870
St Giles Church, Cheddington
Window in Memory of
Rector Frederick Burn Harvey d.1893 by
Cakebread Robey & Co., London
St Giles Church, Cheddington
Early C17th Pulpit with panelled sides, carved grotesque scrolls and
crested tester
St Giles Church, Cheddington
Village Sign
Cheddington
Mentmore Towers
Batman's 'Wayne Mansion'
All Saints Church, Wing
Church Micro 7480
(DNF)
Walker Organ, 1864 and
Minstrels' Gallery

All Saints' Church, Wing
1. 'The Prophet Samuel' and 'King David' by C.E. Kempe, 1902
2. 'St John the Baptist', 'St John and St Peter' and 'St Paul', 1891
3. 'Nativity' by Clayton & Bell. 1889

All Saints' Church, Wing
Monument to Sir Robert Dormer, 1552 and his wife Christine Dormer
All Saints Church, Wing
Weepers
Sir Robert Dormer monument
All Saints Church, Wing
Classical monument to William Dormer, d.1575, erected by his second wife Dorothy Catesby in 1590
All Saints Church, Wing
William Dormer Monument (detail)
All Saints Church, Wing
Monumental Brass
Civilian and wife, c.1470
All Saints Church, Wing
Shield from the tomb of Robert Dormer, 1552
Brass inscription to Mary Sydney, d.1541,
first wife of William Dormer, d.1575
All Saints Church, Wing
C15th Octagonal Font with quatrefoil panels containing instruments of the Passion
All Saints Church, Wing
Monumental Brass
Harry Blaknall d.1460 and wife Agnes d.1489
All Saints Church, Wing
C15th-C16th Rood Screen and the widest Chancel Arch in England
All Saints Church, Wing
C15th Nave Ceiling with Carved Bosses
All Saints Church, Wing
Three Weepers on the William Dormer Monument representing 3 infant deaths
All Saints Church, Wing
Market Harborough Grand Union Canal Basin
Approaching one of the many narrow bridges
as we near Foxton Locks
Making our way from Market Harborough to the Foxton Locks on the Grand Union Canal
Gillian navigates the Grand Union Canal
Tug-o-war with a 2 ton narrowboat
Grand Union Canal
Gillian ties up our narrowboat for the night near Foxton Village
Gillian prepares tea on our first day on the
Grand Union Canal

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