Rouge Croix revisited

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January 7th was the day we posted the incredible story of Winston Churchill’s fortunate escape as he was sent on a wild goose chase to Rouge Croix for a cancelled meeting that inadvertently saved his life. Here are a couple of views of the area as it is today, but I found the experience of actually standing in the place that unknowingly changed world history quite poignant.

Rouge Croix March 2016 with its famous “red cross”.

Rouge Croix March 2016 with its famous “red cross”.

The view from Ebenezer farm across the fields to Rouge Croix.

The view from Ebenezer Farm across the fields to Rouge Croix

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 The author of this blog Ray Coggin is both a Taxi Tour Guide and a City of Westminster Guide and leads both walking tours and taxi tours (both highlights and themed) around Central London and further afield. Details of his taxi tours can be found here.

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