Headed over to Portland Bill this evening to test out the @djimini.3 and wow what a cracking little machine.
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On a location recce this morning learnt about the famous clock tower in Swanage.
The Wellington clock tower is a structure that stands on the seafront at Swanage in Dorset, England. It was originally built by the Commissioners for Lighting the West Division of Southwark at the southern end of London Bridge in 1854. It was intended as a memorial to the recently deceased Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, though funds proved insufficient to provide a statue of the man at the top of the tower, as had been originally intended. It housed a clock with four faces that were illuminated from within and a small telegraph office. Within 10 years the structure was overshadowed by the construction of nearby railway structures and became an obstruction to traffic using the bridge. It was disassembled in 1867.
The structure was saved by the Swanage-based contractor George Burt and shipped back to his hometown, without the clock mechanism. He gifted it to fellow contractor Thomas Docwra who erected it in the grounds of his house at Peveril Point.#dorset #swanage @loveswanage @visitdorsetofficial @visitengland
After running across a field, I managed to capture the end of a rainbow. Some say you find a pot of gold, but in this case it’s a gem that is Kingston Lacy House! @ntkingstonlacy @nationaltrust @visitdorsetofficial @visitengland #escapetheeveryday #visitwestdorset #visitengland