The first of three batches of pictures from a holiday near Little Kingshill in the Chilterns in early July.

  

(L) Walk from the cottage along the River Misbourne towards Amersham. (R) Amersham cricket club.

Lacey Green windmill, the oldest surviving smock mill in England.

  

(L) Top floor of the mill and (R) grinding floor.

Chinnor station on the Chinnor and Princes Risborough railway.

  

(L) Room in Hughendon Manor, best known as the home of Benjamin Disraeli. (R) Grave of the Disraelis in St Michael’s and All Angels church in the manor grounds.

  

(L) Bird of some kind on a post and (R) Pitstone windmill, an example of a post mill, on a walk involving Ivinghoe Beacon.

  

Views from the escarpment.

 

 

Chilterns I

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