K is for Kew (and Keyham)
|Found on Flickr. Thanks to Julian Walker|
When I first visited the Public Records Office or PRO in the UK it looked like this and was located in Chancery Lane. In 1996 it moved to Kew. It now looks like this...
|Found on Flickr. Thanks to Andrew Barclay|
Sometimes it's called The Archives, sometimes it's called Kew. So if someone talks about Kew, they're talking about TNA.
As for Keyham...well that's a suburb of Plymouth and the Keyham College was where Engineering Officers were trained. It was founded in 1880 and closed in 1958. For more information check out the Wikipedia article here. For a photo of the 1st cricket eleven at the College click here.