Time for the solution to photo Number 2 and to give you Where is This photo Number 3!
First, the solution to Number 2:-
This now never-gargling gargoyle once drained water from the wall-walk around the top of Clifford’s Tower however the wall-walk is now about two foot too low to be drained through the mouth of this weathered demon. The walk was probably lowered in Elizabethan times by the enterprising gaoler Robert Redhead who was accused of selling off the stone but the Corporation complained to London and the tower was saved for us all to enjoy.
So now for Mystery Picture Number 3:-
A little easier this time! – This location is passed by thousands of people every day. Can you identify where it is, and why you would go inside that door ?
The answer will be given here on our FaceBook page.