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Thursday Doors: More To See at Windsor Castle

 

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The Grand Entrance to Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The Grand Entrance to Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

We’re still at Windsor, so here are more doors!

This is about as close as you can get to the castle! Even the Queen has gardening chores! It would be a bit of a challenge to get in here! It’s quite a walk up the Queen’s driveway too! You are not going to make a fast get away!

The Queen's Driveway, Windsor Castle, UK

The Queen’s Driveway, Windsor Castle, UK

Another Door at Windsor Castle, Windsor UK

Another Door at Windsor Castle, Windsor UK

Always lots of police around!

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

In this picture you get an idea how big the doors actually are!

The Guards at Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The Guards at Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The Learning Center at Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The Learning Center at Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

I wonder what you learn here? Maybe how to open those giant doors!

The #1 Door at Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The #1 Door at Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

I wonder who number one is? I am sure this is not the Queen’s entrance! Maybe the #1 Housekeeper! Or maybe the #1 Guard!

The Queens Gets Her Own Lamps Too, Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

The Queen Gets Her Own Lamps Too, Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

There is Windsor Castle and Windsor City! Let’s take a look over there!

Windsor City, UK

Windsor City, UK

I hope that plug in the street can be lowered so the cars can get out or it is a long way to back up!

Windsor City, UK

Windsor City, UK

The Sanctuary, Windsor, UK

The Sanctuary, Windsor, UK

There are the small cobbled streets and the big thoroughfare! And a PINK door!

Windsor City, UK

Windsor City, UK

I hope you enjoyed our final walk around Windsor! See you next week!

This is just one of many photos in the Thursday Door Collection featured by Norm2.0!   Won’t you join in or take a peak at all the doors?

 

12 Responses to “Thursday Doors: More To See at Windsor Castle”

  1. joey

    Still amazing! I love the black #1 door. What a stunner! But of course, the whole place is beautiful!

    Reply
  2. Vicky

    Lovely to see Windsor again through your eyes. So British!! My favourite has to be the crown-jeweled lamp! Glad to see the Windsor family do have a sense of humour!

    Reply
  3. undiscoverdimagesamongstus

    Very nice; my first international trip was an European tour which started in the UK. I recall taking a tour of Windsor Castle and there was a room or gallery that held many suits of armor. I need to go back there to refresh my memory and take some door photos!

    Reply

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