National Geographic : 1933 Apr
WAYFARING DOWN THE WINDING SEVERN Natural Color Photograph by Frank Wakeman WELFORD-ON -AVON LIES OFF THE BEATEN TRACK The main stream of travel flows only four miles away, where pilgrims from all parts of the world throng to the shrine of Shakespeare, at Strattord. To this quiet backwater come only those who have discovered for themselves the Old-World charm of the village. ivNational Ireograpnlc society natural ,olor rnotograpn oy Bernara waKeman KINGS AND QUEENS HAVE WALKED IN LILLESHALL'S GARDENS King Edward VII, when Prince of Wales, and continental monarchs have known these quiet nooks. Flanking the formal gardens, beyond a long pergola of roses and apples, stretches a smooth glade with herbaceous borders. The gardens are surrounded by a buttressed wall.