Tuesday, 16 April 2013


The village of Wrsay is situated in the Lune Valley, north of Lancaster. It is avery old village with many houses dating back to the 1600s. 
The Church House, dated 1634.
The village Church, which sadly was locked
Lamp erected to commemorate Queen Victoria.
Queen Victoria's lamp.
Although Wray looks nice and quiet, there was surprising number of  cars that made their way through the village whilst I was there. 
Wray Post office and shop where I bought a couple of items. Good to support the local shop.
A row of old cottages.
An old rusty press of some sort.
Chimney flowerpot.
Alongside the river. Despite the bus stop, there is no service along this road any more!
An attractive mosaic. (Photo - Lynda Braithwaite).

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