Bishop Auckland on film, February 2020

Following on from last weeks post, this week on Fragglefilm.

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The first part of our trip to Bishop Auckland and the historycan be found HERE.

As well as the fuji I had my Canon EOS 1000FN loaded with some kodak portra so shot a few frames around the castle and town.

Entrance to the castle.

The walk to the deer park

Below the windows of the castle just before the entrance there are coats of arms carved in stone, one is for Bishop Ruthall and the other for Bishop Tunstall, both of whom were Prince Bishops during Henry VIII reign. Not sure which is which. If you embiggen the first one with a click you can see carved skulls above the main design.

You may remember that Bishop Lightfoot had the oak panelling installed in ST Peter’s Chapel, this is one of the stained glass windows he also had installed with lots of bishops portrayed, that’s him in the…

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  1. Lovely work, Fraggle. Hugs on the wing.

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    1. Thanks Teagan 😊

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