The town centre on a Saturday morning with North Street off to the right. On the roundabout is the Burma War Memorial.
The Pitcher and Piano restaurant in Corporation Street. Click on the door for some historical information about the building.
The Municipal Buildings, Corporation Street. Once the old Grammar School. Click on the door for more information.
The entrance to Taunton Museum.
The Castle Hotel.
The portcullis entrance below the hotel leading to North Street.
The view down North Street to the Market House.
North Street. The post office.
North Street. Debenhams store.
The church of St James and the Ring of Bells pub in St James Street. The church dates from the early 14th century.
Burtons Store. This is unusually an original building. Click on the top centre to see the stonework.
The church of St Mary Magdalene at the end of Hammet Street. The church is English Gothic and was completed in 1508.
The Almshouses dating from 1635 in East Street. Click over the centre door to see the plaque. Click on the right hand end for more information.
The strange shaped chimneys.
The old Victoria Jubilee Nursing Institute. East Reach.
A short visit on a dull overcast day to buy some Christmas presents. The park and ride buses today were all vintage models.
All the Christmas decorations were up in the East Street shopping arcade.
Looking down East Reach.
On the green outside the museum there was an English Civil war living history display.
Muskets being fired.
The doors to St Mary Magdalene church. I spotted this view as a suitable subject for my local camera club competition on the theme of glass.