Advanced Preservation Information
Urban, Small Town, and Rural
Landscape History and
Preservation Law and Finance
English Preservation and Conservation
Historic Preservation Sites and Resources
The England Program
The study abroad program for Historic Preservation is an
exciting semester long program where students from Historic
Preservation (and Architecture on the odd years) study
English conservation techniques. The whole trip is a blast.
I have a few pictures I scanned in for everyone to see.
- Obligatory Thatch
Roof. This was in the town that we were headquartered
- Fountains Abbey. A 13
Century Cistern Abbey that was used as part of a
landscape in the 17th Century.
- Cragside. This is
what the gardens looked like in the Fall. Imagine them in
- Scotland. This was
at the beginning of the highlands. Directly in the middle
lower half, there is a monument to William Wallace,
because this is where he fought. This is taken at
- Stonehenge. If I
say how I felt about it, it will ruin (get it) it for
- Blackpool. An
amazing amusement park on the ocean. This made me want to
do my senior
project on Amusement parks. The big white thing is a
- Ross Castle in
Ireland. It was supposed to be lush greenery. Instead it
was lush fog.
- A valley in Wales.
Wales was amazing. This was on a narrow gauge steam train
- Kew Gardens. Fantastic
place. I walked the grounds (lots of acres) in my bare
feet. The glass houses are amazing.
- Big Ben. From a
vantage point many don't get. I was on the roof of
- The Underground.
The Underground was my favorite part of London. I loved
riding the trains that come hurtling through the tunnels.
This is a station on the Northern Line.
- Wells Cathedral. An
amazing place. We went to a lot of cathedrals that just
made the trip special. (Hopefully Mike got all his
Here are a few English Links.