Would you like to visit the non-public sections of the Williamson Tunnels? You can arrange to visit these amazing, rarely seen sections of tunnels and chambers that the Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels have in their care… Below are details of how and when you can arrange a visit. You can download our “We Need You“Continue reading How to Visit The Tunnels…
In the last few weeks, we have been rather busy on Mason Street. During our regular digging days we have continued to dig out the Sandstone Arch, which is looking more impressive than it ever has. We are now down to the bedrock floor and it looks so much bigger and expansive. We have alsoContinue reading Mason Street, Latest Progress.
We were delighted to welcome Adrian Little, a 360° Google Street View Photographer to Paddington. Adrian has captured an amazing set of 360° Virtual Reality images of Paddington, which allow you to look all around you from every angle throughout the chambers of Paddington. You can see more of Adrian’s work at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1753760158224955/ Level 1 platformContinue reading Amazing 360° Images of Paddington
We had been saddened to hear of the passing of another of our good friends, Ian Scott. Ian had been a member and hands on volunteer for many years, he passed away on the 17th December 2016 though we didn’t find out till much later. Several FoWT Trustees and volunteers attended his funeral on WednesdayContinue reading Another sad loss: Ian Scott – RIP
The new official Newsletter of the Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels, the “Mole” issue 30 has been printed and is being prepared to be sent out to all members. You will either receive your mole in Black and White in the post or for newer online members or members that requested the colour version, you willContinue reading Mole 30 Newsletter