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Waterlane in downtown
Salisbury.  Rivers and canals cut
through the town.
Salisbury Cathedral (Cathedral
of St. Mary) begun in 1220 has
the tallest church spire in the UK.
Bizarre tree stumps in the
Cathedral Close.
The walking path about
Stonehenge gets very far away
on one side.
Unknown church near Salisbury
as seen from the Guide Friday
bus tour.
The Cloisters of Salisbury Cathedral, the
largest in the UK.  The Lebanon cedars
were planted in 1837 to commemorate
Queen Victoria's accession.
Stonehenge from the visitors
center.
The infamous "Heel" stone near
the road.
Bus shelter in downtown
Salisbury.
Salisbury Cathedral from the
Close.
Close-up of the sarsen stones.  
This is as close as they would let
us get to Stonehenge.
The circle of stones and the
Slaughter stone.
Salisbury's town walls are gone
but the gates are still in
evidence.
One of only 4 surviving copies of
the Magna Carta (1215) is kept in
Salisbury Cathedral (no photos)
Salisbury Plain is flat and
inhospitable with no rivers or
streams.
Another close-up of the Sarsen
stones.
The Bishop's Mill pub (I stopped
for lunch) is surrounded on all
sides by canals.
Salisbury Cathedral with the sun
behind it.  My one sunny day on
this trip.
Burial mounds (barrows) of
unknown ancient kings.
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