Old English Stone-Built Town - Delightful Nooks and Passageways.
Carole and I went to Stamford in Lincolnshire today. It’s a quaint old town and very old England gradually blending into the modern day world. It had a nice little shopping centre. The old buildings all incorporated with modern day shops. In all, it was delightful and we enjoyed walking around the place with its stone buildings and the hustle and bustle of twenty-first-century traffic.
There were so many churches too. The skyline was littered with old spires scattered about the hamlet town. All I could think was that there must have been a lot of extremely religious people of many different denominations. Or there were colleges and boarding schools with churches of their own.
Even the new build houses were designed with the same brickwork and window designs of the former old buildings. Therefore old and new blended together very well.