An ancient shot I took while studying with the Open University. This was a week long session at the Royal Holloway place in the south west of London. Marvellous building, fantastic place to be. It was begun as a college for women, I think since the false equality laws took over it is now open to anyone rich enough o pay the fees. A week there was enough for me mind, had I been young and studious it may appeal but by that time I liked my own place too much. I would finish the course but the history on offer is poor and each costs £2400 these days. Beyond me now, but never mind, I was a poor student and was only doing it for me myself and I. Lovely individual rooms the girls had I must say. Sufficiently large for one, possibly cool in winter, own sink and fire, and the stairs would keep them fit! A real fine Victorian building this. He also constructed a psychiatric sanatorium nearby, in use until the late 80's, made in similar style. Some studying might have wondered if they were in the right building at times I suspect.