This is the fourth photo essay of the time I went to Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was signed. This essay just concentrates on the natural beauty of the site…It was cloudy so the light wasnt as good, but still, nothing much to say about these photographs, some do have some captions…but here goes..
Looking way back to the kiosks of the entrance to the park.
Reach the top
This is a house on top of the Cooper’s Hill and it has had some very interesting historical incidents attached to it. Did you know that the statue of Eros from Picadilly was stored here during the war for safekeeping? It was also the Royal Indian Engineering College as well as the wartime Post Office Headquarters. I hope I have identified this building correctly, but I was now nearing the Air Force Memorial..which is the subject of the next photo essay..