A ride around Cambridge—a set of black and white photos

A typical scene on the River Cam
This afternoon I decided to take out the Pashley Guv’nor and visit, in turn, Car Dyke (the Roman Canal at Waterbeach), Landbeach church (where it is likely Matthew Parker and Erasmus would occasionally have worshipped), Worts Meadow (with the remains of a medieval manor), Giant’s Hill (the early medieval anarchy castle remains at Rampton) and, lastly, the “Cellarer’s Chequer” once connected to Barnwell Priory.

It’s a splendid reminder that in a county dismissed by some "as rather boring" that, on so short a ride (25 miles at most), so much of interest can be seen.

(just click on a photo to enlarge it)
All photos taken with an iPhone 6+ and the Argentum Camera App

Along the River Cam
Along the River Cam
Along the River Cam
Car Dyke—The Roman Canal
The Guv'nor at the entrance to Car Dyke
The church at Landbeach
A gravestone in Landbeach graveyard
Worts Meadow in Landbeach
An Easy Rider near Landbeach
A fenland scene near Landbeach
Thatching in Cottenham
The Guv'nor in Cottenham
A meadow in Rampton
Looking across the moat of Giant's Hill, Rampton
Rampton Church
Rampton Church
Looking across towards Giant's Hill from Rampton Church
Inside Rampton Church
Inside Rampton Church
Inside Rampton Church
Repairing a puncture in front of Rampton Church
By the track from Rampton to Westwick
The track from Rampton to Westwick
Westwick Hall
Cattle, young and old at the edge of Stourbridge
Cellarer’s Chequer in Cambridge