Aldbury (2), Hertfordshire, England
The village stocks, with the whipping post on the right-hand end, the village pond beyond and, behind the houses, the wooded Ashridge.
Ashridge is just a small part of the Chiltern Hills which stretch north-east from the Thames Valley in Oxfordshire to Hitchin in Hertfordshire. These gently rolling hills consist of woodland and chalk downand.
Folly Cottage is a fine old timber-framed building in Stocks Road. The spaces between the timbers in this house are filled with wattle and daub.
Applegarth Cottage, in Stocks Road, is a timber-framed building of jettied construction and a tile-hung gable end.
Pound Cottage is an ancient timber and brick building in Trooper Road not far from the pond.