Alphabet of Greenwich (T)

Okay – you asked for it (well, actually one person did, and that’s good enough for me…) The glorious and continuing Alphabet of Greenwich, which is today brought to you by the letter T.

Someone suggested that we try to get to X for Christmas but I’d like to think I’ll be able to think of more festive stuff than that. On the other hand, I’m still trying to think of ways to follow last year’s advent calendar. The Phantom Webmaster aked me the other day if I had one since TPW had gone to all the trouble of creating the software – sadly I don’t just yet and I’m not sure I can face creating more of the same – that kewpie doll still haunts my nightmares – but if anyone has any bright ideas, just email ‘em over…

But back to the Ts.

You all know the drill.

Anything Greenwich beginning with T

Extra kudos for anyone who comes up with festive suggestions.

Actually as I’m typing this I realise there are dozens of Ts.

but I’ll leave most of them up to you. Lovely things beginning with T, please…

the attachments to this post:

cuddly donkey Chris
cuddly donkey Chris

trinity grove longshot
trinity grove longshot

TGP  Observatory
TGP Observatory


ToW christmas window
ToW christmas window

Tea pavillion winter 2012
Tea pavillion winter 2012

tall ship by stephen low
tall ship by stephen low

Taiko drummers
Taiko drummers

9 Comments to “Alphabet of Greenwich (T)”

  1. Stephen says:

    Turner and the sea exhibition.
    Trafalgar tavern.
    Sir James Thornhill.
    General Wolfe’s Tomb.
    River Thames.

  2. JOF says:

    T for tinsel, turkey, Turnpin Lane
    Tranquil Vale
    Thames Barrier

  3. bats says:

    T for Two days to go until The Phantoms Advent Calendar…..hint hint, nudge nudge…

  4. Stephen says:

    Watt Tyler.
    Thomas Tallis.
    One Tree Hill.
    Training ship Fame.
    Tunnel Avenue.

  5. Gordon of Greenwich says:

    Tunnel Avenue aka Trolley Avenue.

  6. Badger says:

    Templum Romanorum :)

  7. deebee says:

    Trenchard Street

  8. Barbara says:

    Poor Donkey! – what did he do to deserve such Treatment (gettit? T – Treatment) – I’ll get me coat.

  9. Sue says:

    Trees – The 400 year Mulberry in Charlton Park and similarly aged chestnuts in Greenwich Park; The Tree Walk in Maryon Wilson Park where the Maryon Wilson family planted specimens of every tree native to Britain; Oxleas Wood, parts of which were there in the last Ice Age; … and I’m sure there’s more.