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One very chilly morning in Lindisfarne.


Lindisfarne Castle,Taken on a very cold spring morning in Lindisfarne where my third year architectural design project was set. More pictures of Lindisfarne Castle here and here.

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Reflection

Reflection, North side of Lindisfarne Castle.

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Lindisfarne Priory



Lindisfarne Priory on Holy Island was one of the most important centres of early Christianity in Anglo-Saxon England. It is still a place of pilgrimage today, the dramatic approach across the causeway adding to the fascination of the site.

St Aidan founded the monastery in AD 635, but St Cuthbert, prior of Lindisfarne, is the most celebrated of the priory’s holy men.

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Lime Kilns

Panaromic image of the two hundred year old Lime Kilns, Lindisfarne.

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Castle, Clouds, Sand and the Horizon

Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island. Lindisfarne

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Pilgrims Way


Pligrims Way, Lindisfarne. Once the holiest site of Christendom in the British Isles.

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Why a ship is called a She..

“it takes a lot of paint to keep her good looking; its not the initial expense that breaks you, its the upkeep “

The other day i had a site visit to Lindisfarne,Holy Island. This is just off the Northumberland coast. After walking a good couple of miles in the muddy terrain in surprisingly warm winter sunshine i had worked up a very good appetite and the thought of fish and chips was very alluring. This was more so since my mates kept going on abt it. Lindisfarne is a very remote Island and the first few places that we found that suggested that there may be food inside were a few old pubs which boasted of an exciting history.

The pub which we happened to go in was a proper sailors pub,not surprising since the pub was located very close to the beach.

After a filling lunch of fish and chips and a cold Red Bull to match my mates pints, i had a walk around the pub, and then i came across this poster framed and hung on the wall. I used to always wonder why a ship is called a She, now i know why 🙂

I am no male chauvinist btw 🙂

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