Tuesday, 14 July 2009

More from Landguard Fort

As promised, here are some more pictures from Landguard Fort. The first two are of the exterior: the inner and outer courtyards respectively.

There were endless corridors around the fort, many of which were dripping with damp and cobwebs. Coming off the corridors were a series of rooms, mostly now bare, but which were originally used to store ammunition and the like.

Moving upstairs (into the land of the wonderful fireplaces) there were also other remnants of occupation: in this case, coat hooks. Not quite sure why I was so fascinated by them, but each to their own. After all, I didn't spend the entire time photographing door wedges (no names, no pack drill)!

Speaking of fireplaces, I just had to post this one as it also includes a couple of coat hooks. Pure heaven...