In addition to the beautiful Cathedral, Worcester is also famous for the Royal Worcester Porcelain Works. These works were dependent on the canals for the delivery of supplies of clay - and the transport of the delicate finished products to the market. Here is a photo of a lock on the Worcester and Birmingham Canal - which passes the Porcelain Works.
Here is a lovely Tudor building, which forms part of the Commandery by the side of the canal.
Well, we now take our leave of Worcester. On Monday we shall be paying a visit to Hereford. But tomorrow is the Day of Resurrection - a day for Easter Alleluias!