The Crooked House of Windsor has been a tea room for the past 30 years. Until 1592, on market days, local farmers met at the town’s original market cross, where Queen Victoria’s statue is currently located. In 1592, when Queen Elizabeth I was still on the throne, Market Cross House (traditional name), was built. Over the centuries the building has housed many types of businesses and a secret passage to Windsor Castle is now blocked. It’s famous tilt is due to the use of unseasoned green oak.
thanks for letting me tattoo you, david! always humbling to tattoo another tattooer.
Fun lil key tattoo on Tim! Thanks again! (Tattoo by Riki-Kay Middleton, based out of Guelph)
Tony Nilsson - Oslo, Norway(Healed)