We were not in town very long, but we did manage to see the town center, St. James, and walked a bit of the wall before we had to hurry on our way. I must say that I really wanted to work on a 10mm castle after seeing this town!
Here are a few picture highlights for your Saturday perusal:
|Pedestrian Gateway. Check out that stone work, not as regular as you might think from looking at models.|
|St. James' doorway with inset smaller door|
|Altar cover in St. James'. Interesting for the costumes depicted aside from its beauty|
|Tower over the gate|
|Gun loop in the wall|
|Some lovely tile texture ideas here|
|This view of the wall shows how it has changed over the years, and that it probably had a fighting platform previously.|
|Wall with fall ivy|
|Cobblestones around an old well|
I have some more of these if there is interest in any of the particular subjects.
Upcoming: faux-castles, a fortress, and the Heeresgeschichtliches Museum.