Thursday, 29 November 2012

Water Tower....

The Water Tower

This water tower is situated in the upper section of Bournemouth Gardens....The tower was built sometime between 1883 and 1903 in order to supply water for a fountain.
The gardens start near the pier approach with the Lower Gardens and as you walk in a north westerly direction you make your way through the Central and then the Upper Gardens where you will find this water tower....


*NB: Sorry that I have neglected this blog over the past eight weeks but I have been working on a couple of projects over at my purpletraveller blog....
One of these was to complete my cycling mileage of 10,000 for the year and now that I have achieved that I should have more time to take pictures and post them here.

7 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

Congratulations upon this achievement !

Remember being once that much thirsty that I nearly did steal some milk. Yes, water towers surely are very important.

Linda said...

Beautiful water tower and with its history..excellent in monochrome!

ADRIAN said...

Good to see you back. I bet it's full this year.

Humberto Dib said...

Great blog, Trevor!
Cheers from Argentina.
HD

Chandra said...

Trevor:
Congrats on the 10K mileage and this fantastic picture!
Paz :)
Chandra

Phreerunner said...

Congratulations Trevor - that's quite a few hours biking not blogging then!

Trevor Woodford said...

*Robert Geiss*
Thanks Robert...

*Linda*
I just love monochrome as a photographic medium Linda...

*Adrian*
I would think that you are right Adrian..Full right to the top!

*Humberto Dib*
Thanks Humberto..Welcome to the blog...

*Chandra*
Thanks Chandra....

*Phreerunner*
Thanks....Quite a few hours biking as you say....!