The Walks


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Model Name Originals Town Visit? LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Reference IoE
Red Mount, Kings Lynn Kings Lynn Chapel open to public   Oct 10 Red Mount Chapel

The Walks, St James Park

N52.7518 W0.4058



Red Mount in Winter
The Walks : An historic urban park in the heart of King's Lynn.  The Walks is the only surviving 18th century town walk in Norfolk.  
Lilliput Lane's "Red Mount, Kings Lynn"  and "Red Mount in Winter! are based on Red Mount Chapel , The Walks, St James Park PE30 5EP [IoE 384331 BLB]

Norfolk Churches    

From the high vantage point at the Chapel mound you can look across to see Greyfriars Tower
To visit Red Mount chapel I followed Satnav to PE30 5EP but parked near junction of  County Court Road and South Street to walk round St James Park to Rd Mount and then down to Greyfriars Tower across London Road and back t the car.
The walk from County Court Road ............. ...........towards the Chapel
  Some snowdrops
The Gannock Arch and Bridges Looking back to Red Mount from The Avenues
  Looking across London Road to Greyfriars Tower

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