These medieval-era buildings were captured in a magnificent photo from the very end of the 19th century.
I've never reblogged anything from the Coastal Path blog before, but when I saw this article this morning I had to share it with you. [...]
This beautiful painting shows many of the characteristics I love about late 19th century art.
No less than two people, dead for nearly 2,000 years, have been pulled out of this muddy field in Cheshire. What happened to them?
You can't find a more classic 18th century upper crust locale than this English location.
I finally read the book upon which my all-time favorite movie is based. I wasn't disappointed!
This scene from the mid-18th century shows supper hour at a tavern frequented by officers, and a lot of interesting details.
The roots of this amazing library stretch back more than 500 years.
Two of the greatest-ever ocean liners are about to be sent to the scrap yards.
Elizabeth is now the longest-reigning monarch in British history. What are the implications?