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Stonehenge at Dawn
The Sarsen Stone Ring.
The first structures at
Stonehenge date from 3030
BC.
The Sarsen stone ring. These
stones date from 2200 BC.
The smaller Blue stones date
from 2500 BC.
The Sarsen stones average
around 25 tonnes
One of the massive Trilithons
The remaining upright of the
great central trilithon over 45
tonnes and 22 feet high.
The Sarsen Stone Ring.
The smaller stones rising out of
the ground are actually busted
pieces of sarsen stones.
One of the huge Trilithons.
The central Sarsen Stones.
Two of the Trilithons.
Leaving Stonehenge.
The Sarsen stone ring.
The Central Sarsen Stones.
The Heel Stone.
The bronze age Cursus Round
Barrows near Stonehenge.
The 14th century Tithe barn in
Lacock. Used for storing the
farmer's tithes.
The George Inn established in
1361, the oldest Inn in Lacock.
Our Tour Group wandering
through Lacock.
High Street in Lacock.
Having Breakfast in the George
Inn in Lacock.
The Main intersection in
Lacock.
A narrow street in Lacock.
The Roman Baths complex in
Bath. This is the Great Bath.
An 18th Century Building.
Panoramic of the main streets
in Lacock.
Bath Abbey founded in the 7th
century and rebuilt in the 12th
and 16th centuries.
The Great Bath. The areas
above water level were added
in the Victorian Age.
Steam rising from the Great
Bath.
The Victorian Pump Room
The water temperature arrives
at 42 Celsius.
Water pouring into the Great
Bath along a channel.
The Roman statues are
actually Victorian fakes.
Bath Abbey a 1200 seat
church.
Castle Sham a facade on the
Hills overlooking Bath.
A narrow pedestrian street in
Bath.
Pulteney Bridge which crosses
the River Avon completed in
1773.
Pulteney Bridge from the street
that crosses the bridge.
Bath abbey tower.
Typical Georgian Street in
Bath.
I spent one day with a tour by Premium Tours. Mainly to see Stonehenge up close. We also went to Lacock and Bath.