Robin Hood's Larder (c.1902-1904)

Here is a very rare postcard of Robin Hood's Larder in Sherwood Forest, dated between 1902-1904. Robin Hood's Larder was a large hollow oak tree where the Sherwood outlaws supposedly hung their venison after having stolen it from the King. The tree was also sometimes known as the Shambles Oak, but sadly it no longer exists.

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Clement of the Glen said...

Robin Hood's Larder (c'1902-1904)
Sherwood Forest