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photoblog image Rock Houses at Kinver 1 of 4

Rock Houses at Kinver 1 of 4

Inhabited until the 1960's these houses were built into the sandstone of Kinver edge. Now in the care of the National trust who have restored them.

Rock Houses at Kinver 1 of 4

Inhabited until the 1960's these houses were built into the sandstone of Kinver edge. Now in the care of the National trust who have restored them.

comments (13)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 Jun 2012, 01:08
The Yorta bung tenants in 'em again, Bill...then there would be additional authenticity.

Good shot, but I think some of your ink cartridges might be on their last gasp.
Bill Phillips: I am economising on colour pixels Ray
I really like the angle you chose- it looks like a charming place!
Bill Phillips: It is a delight Elizabeth. They are basically caves and people lived in them until the 1960s
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Jun 2012, 06:42
Fascinating. I have been to Kinver but only to do what we used to call the Kinver crawl, that is to say to visit all the pubs in the place - and there used to be a lot of 'em!
Maybe the Stooges could go there one day in a more sober frame of mind
Bill Phillips: Worth a visit and there is some good walking that you would like too
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 5 Jun 2012, 08:21
A wonderful picture, love the light and I read that you have a day trip coming up grin smile
Bill Phillips: My social and holiday calendar is filling up Lady P
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jun 2012, 08:22
I've had to Google for Kinver; now I'm wiser. looks a fascinating place.
Bill Phillips: It is Alan. It was a few years since we had been and they have done a lot to restore the houses
You should had writted, 'Now in the cave of the N.T. bill.
Bill Phillips: Why?.........................
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jun 2012, 09:04
Looks interesting Bill.
Bill Phillips: It is Mike and well worth a visit if you are up this way
I thought I was fairly familiar with Staffordshire but Kinver is a new one on me, it looks and interesting place.
Bill Phillips: It is fascinating Brian. you would enjoy it although it is a bit steep
Re Chris's comment - "a more sober state of mind" - what on earth is he thinking? Love the treatment, Bill.
Bill Phillips: I have no idea Tom
Re Chris's comment - "a more sober state of mind" - what on earth is he thinking? Love the treatment, Bill.
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jun 2012, 22:14
very civilised for a cave
Bill Phillips: They were Paul.
I'd like a look round here. Good presentation, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Well worth a visit Graeme
must be a fascinating place. is that a hoist? perhaps for lifting/lowering goods for storage down that door?
Bill Phillips: It is a well Ayush. It is a very interesting place and well worth seeing

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