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KeepYourPowderDry08 May 2022 9:43 p.m. PST

Latest outing for the ECWtravelogue was to Warwick Castle home of Lord Brooke. link

Recent updates include the West Yorkshire entry covering Pontefract Castle, battles of Wakefield and Seacroft Moor link

And a big thank you to everyone who has visited the blog and helped it pass 250k 'hits' in just over 4 years.

LostPict Supporting Member of TMP09 May 2022 2:11 a.m. PST

Warwick is one of my favorites. Nice blog entry.

Major Mike09 May 2022 4:59 a.m. PST

Went there many years ago and my most vibrant memory was how worn the steps were going to the dungeon and the tight little space in the floor at the drain for those that got special treatment. The grounds were also beautiful, and I got to see a peacock actually fly.

Shagnasty Supporting Member of TMP09 May 2022 10:47 a.m. PST

Loved this castle when taking our Grande Tour in 1980s. The wax works of the Edwardian era included Churchill and Lord Roberts but my favorite was the maid filling the bath. The other great thing was the re-enactor knight whose especially breed war horse was afraid of crinkling cellophane. Truly a beautiful site.

KeepYourPowderDry09 May 2022 12:24 p.m. PST

Thanks for the kind words. Happy to hear that my post has fired up some good memories for you all.

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