"A Canterbury Tale Remembered Here".
The place is Witham Friary. Here, England's first
Carthusian Monastery was founded by Henry II as
a penance for the assassination of Thomas a Becket
in Canterbury Cathedral. Also, to the west of
here, at East Cranmore, is the East Somerset Railway,
a preservation society that runs "The Black
Prince". The real Black Prince is buried
in Canterbury Cathedral, so here we find two links
with Canterbury in the Somerset countryside. The
dandelion is for the Lions of Longleat (just to
the north of Witham Friary). The old car is an
illustration of the text as is the telephone box.
The book and glasses are for the reading room
which is the converted dovecote of the monastery.
The Beefeater is, of course, a Yeoman of the Guard.
It is at Witham Friary that the new trains belonging
to Yeoman Quarries, join the main line on their
journey to Westbury.
The roman numeral here is XV (15). There is no
clock in this picture but the signal box is number
X4 (or times 4 or time's 4 - time is 4). Therefore
the 4th word "need" should be put into
position 15 in the "key" message