This door in the alley that leads up to the Cathedral in Rochester Kent is really curved with time. I would dread trying to draft proof it, or replace it with a modern door. Above it, the door frame bears the weight of the ancient house, and it tiredly leans in a dangerous fashion.
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That one’s a bit sinister looking, isn’t it? As if anything could be lurking behind it…
Carrie, standing in that alley, it was so easy to imagine murders, and muggings as it led to the Cathedral, and in those days with only a candle to light your footpath…shudder..I imagine many a foul deed was done in that little alley way! Open that door? errmm think I’ll pass! 🙂
It is rather aged, isn’t it? The curve isn’t really noticeable until you really look!
Tom, this door is the door from the crooked house in the blog post, Great Expectations. That house leaned over so that no sky was visible! The door? Well I am surprised it hadn’t burst from the pressure! 🙂 Love Rochester!