You can walk or drive past somewhere and all of a sudden you see something for the first time, even though its been there for decades or longer!
To start off my first blog, I thought I would share some pictures that make an entrance to buildings, churches and houses, just as this is making an entrance to the world of Blogging.
I hope you enjoy.
|A rather plain looking church door entrance to Bedrule Church, hides the fact that within is a plaque to Francis Fasson. He was killed whilst retrieving the Enigma codebooks from an U-boat (U-559) that eventually sunk with him still onboard. These codes were used to decipher the Enigma Navy machine (Shark) at Bletchley Park during WW2.|
|The old entrance to the Bridgewell Jail in Jedburgh.|
|Ornate entrance Gate to Bowden Church|
|Entrance Gate to Bowhill near Selkirk. This is owned and lived in by the |
Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch
|These two pictures are taken of the main entrance gate to Floors Castle, Kelso. This is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe. |
The detailing directly above the gates is of the family crest.
|Earlston Paths Group, have constructed many walks around Earlston. This is their last one which runs from Earlston, along side the River Leader to Leaderfoot. |
It coincided with the Diamond Jubilee, hence the title.