Anglesey Abbey

Our second visit of 2017 to a National Trust property took us to Anglesey Abbey, near Cambridge.  The property consists of 98 acres of landscaped grounds, divided into a number of walks and gardens.

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Lode Mill – 18th century water mill, restored in 1982

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Silver Birch Trees on the “Winter Walk”

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The visitors entrance at the rear of the house.

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No idea what this is, but I liked the colours!

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These chaps sit at either end of a bench in one of the gardens.

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Lightning Strikes Twice!
Giant Redwood – struck by lightning in both 1987 and 1999.

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