Norfolk Heritage Trail

7th March 2009

Manor Lodge, where Mary Queen of Scots was held 'captive' off and on for 14 years.
Manor Lodge, where Mary Queen of Scots was held 'captive' off and on for 14 years.
Intricate ceiling mouldings (original) in Mary's room.
Intricate ceiling mouldings (original) in Mary's room.
Fireplace where Mary did her embroidery (there is a stained glass depiction of Mary doing this in the Cathedral Chapter House).
Fireplace where Mary did her embroidery (there is a stained glass depiction of Mary doing this in the Cathedral Chapter House).

Panoramic view of Sheffield city centre from Sky Edge.
Panoramic view of Sheffield city centre from Sky Edge.

Admiring the lodge.
Admiring the lodge.
Our guide, Dave, points out the Long Gallery and other remains.
Our guide, Dave, points out the Long Gallery and other remains.
In City Road cemetery.
In City Road cemetery.

In Norfolk Park.
In Norfolk Park.

Angel.
Angel.
Our guide shows us the grave of Sheffield's first road traffic accident casualty.
Our guide shows us the grave of Sheffield's first road traffic accident casualty.
Outside the cemetary gates.
Outside the cemetary gates.
Carpet of flowers coming into bloom.
Carpet of flowers coming into bloom.

City panorama.
City panorama.

Big Arch commemorating the park's gift to the City (or something) by Duke of Norfolk.
Big Arch commemorating the park's gift to the City (or something) by Duke of Norfolk.
City Centre view from the Cholera Monument.
City Centre view from the Cholera Monument.
Remnant of the Sheffield Castle's gatehouse wall (under Castle Market).
Remnant of the Sheffield Castle's gatehouse wall (under Castle Market).

Norfolk Heritage Trail walk led by Ruth T; photos by Gary D.
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