December 6th, 2016

Historic walk around Wareham
A trip to Corfe Castle and Lulworth Castle

Wareham Town Pound
St. Martin's Church, Wareham
Church Micro 8182
Geocaching the Wareham Wall
Walking the Warham Wall
About the Crows.
Warham Wall
The Crows Return
Warham Wall
Soay Sheep, Warham Wall
Corfe Castle Village Sweet Shop
A view of St. Edward's Church from Corfe Castle village
The Fox Inn, Corfe Castle - c1568
Murder of Edward the Martyr A.D.978
Corfe Castle
Stained glass windows
Parish Church of St. Edward, King and Martyr, Corfe Castle
Hexagonal Font
Parish Church of St. Edward, King and Martyr, Corfe Castle
Stained glass windows
Parish Church of St. Edward, King and Martyr, Corfe Castle
The Ruins of Corfe Castle.
Corfe is one of four castles the Domesday Book attributes to William the Conqueror.
Lulworth Castle.
Lulworth Castle, designed by Inigo Jones, was completed in 1609. It was built as a hunting lodge by Thomas Howard, 3rd Viscount Howard of Bindon.
The Interior of Lulworth Castle
George III
Royal Coat of Arms
Parish Church of St. Andrew, East Lulworth

Hatchment to William Baring, 1820.
Parish Church of St. Andrew,

East Lulworth

Former Stable Block to Lulworth Castle
Castle Tower view, Lulworth Castle
Timber clock turret over
elliptical entrance arch, 1777.
Lulworth Castle

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