As we've just done the scenario with Field of Battle, it's a little bit of an afterthought, but worth using satnav and suitable pics to get bearings and modern views of the river crossing...and good to see justification of my crossing points on the table - and more importantly of course, that I got the bend of the river just right, and to scale ;)
Moving to the other side of the river (with a quick detour up and down 'King William's Glen') to the Williamite positions - looking now across at the southern bank. Again - further to the east and probably closest to Hugenot crossing points - with Oldbridge to my right.
The museum is small, but well tended, and any buffs of the period or battle would have a great time. There's very little to complain about.
...and for me, it was better than sitting in a parked car, listening to distant 'hip hop' (being an 80s metaller it would have driven me insane), waiting for the concert goers to return to the car at some ungodly hour. But hey, it's all in a day's work for 'Dad's Taxis...Anytime, Anywhere, in any direction...'
Addendum - the pics that got away...
(There were extra pics, which I thought I'd lost, but then I found 'em.)
So most of these are in and around the Oldbridge area, on the same ground that the early part of the battle with Dutch, Hugenot and Jacobite foot was fought over.