After breakfast, we had our final lecture focusing on women in science and some closing thoughts reflecting on lessons for us from the prominent persons in the history of science, medicine and religion. We then caught the tube to Paddington Station and trains from Paddington to Slough and Slough to Windsor. We toured the grounds of Windsor Castle, a stunning medieval castle that is the Queen’s secondary residence. To our profound disappointment, the State Rooms and Semi-State Rooms were not open, so we did not get to see the elaborate interiors of Windsor Castle. Everyone enjoyed several hours of free time in Windsor before we returned to London.
Photographs: Windsor Castle; Windsor and Eton Railroad.