Lunch at Trinity College, Cambridge

Starting the day early at Kings Cross (not the Sydney one).Such a clever modern addition to the original train terminal.I much quicker trip than my slow return from Kings Lynn yesterday and with air conditioning too.Four seats to myself and a free paper – bonus. Considerably cooler in the morning, necessitating a jacket for the first time. Warmed up on my walk in from the station at Cambridge.Gonville and Caius College was open so I popped in for a photo while passing.Gonville and Caius gargoyles.King’s College looking a picture even with cloudy skies.St John’s College Master’s ResidenceSt John’s College entrance.Fisher and Cranmer face-off on the Old Divinity School at St John’s College.Trinity CollegeTrinity College entrance with re-founder Henry VIII, originally founded by Edward II in 1317.Wren Library at Trinity College.Trinity College chapel.Dining Hall where I lunched with Kirsty and Alex Ross under the portrait of Henry VIII.The chimneys of Trinity Lane.

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