Mrs. Gillings smiles from the triangular stone bridge at Crowland in Lincolnshire, before walking down the curving steps to the pavement. They visit Crowland Abbey, what remains of the stone columns, figurative sculpture and pointed arches rising above. A sign reads 'Croyland Abbey: Founded AD 716, Dissolved AD 1539'. Peterborough street scenes follow. Examples of Gothic architecture and a Gothic cathedral are seen. Tulips sway in the breeze, organised in lines by colour, white or red, at local expansive tulip fields. Women pick in the fields. Visitors walk along pathways through flower beds at Spalding Nursery and Aviary, where budgies are kept in cages. Mrs. Gillings walks through the nursery's greenhouse. A group of friends, dressed in suits and smart shift dresses, stands together in a garden. Barges pass through a lock on the canal at Stoke Breune in Northamptonshire. Mrs. Gillings walks with a friend along the canal, and past the fountain at Old Steine, back home in Brighton.