In the market town of Alresford, England this 17th-century brick cottage with its royal blue door adds distinctive charm to the high street. Flanked by quaint shops and restaurants, the cottage is enhanced by a healthy wisteria that extends the full width of the building.
The Georgian town is served by the historic railway known as the Watercress Line. The area is famous for watercress farming and hosts an annual festival celebrating the crops. David and I had lunch in Alresford in May, when riding and photographing steam trains. I'm just now finding time to sift through the photos, so check back soon for images of these amazing trains and the stations they serve.
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