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HUDDERSFIELD. A Bow Window On Trinity Street.

A favourite area of mine to travel to is West Yorkshire. A favourite town there is Huddersfield. A short walk up the hill from the railway station is Greenhead Park, I have a soft spot for town parks. Especially the Victorian ones, often created as green lungs for the workforce to enjoy on their day away from the workplace.

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CARDIFF. A capital Day Out.

Travel is still on the problematical side so I’m going to take a journey in my time travelling blog back to July of 2019 and a day trip I made down to Cardiff. Now it might seem a long way to go just for a day out but for me the journey is as much a part of the experience as the destination. I had arranged to meet up with […]

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BOLTON. A Teapot On A Plinth.

It’s said that the British like their tea and in Bolton this is recognized with due ceremony by this teapot on its very own plinth. This bronze teapot is one of a sequence of sculptures that are dotted around the town centre, little whimsical tricks to amuse. Bolton Information Bolton Market BOLTON. It Was Christmas Eve On The Market. Bolton. Fountain Watching On A Warm Evening. Black & White Photography […]

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LEIGH. A Turnpike Saturday Morning

Leigh is a former mining town not too far away and like many towns that were mainly reliant on one industry it’s not had it troubles to seek over the last few years. That said it has a bustling town centre and market, plus decent-ish transport links into Manchester. Currently there’s an express guided busway but there is a feeling growing that an extension of Manchester’s Metrolink Tram system to […]

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ASHTON – UNDER – LYNE. Art In The Street.

I’ve mixed feelings about public art, not against it as such but some of it leaves me feeling a bit underwhelmed. I suppose it depends on what you see as public art. Many a town centre of a certain age has it’s stone flocks of statues to the great and good, local worthies and benefactors. Or commemorations of local events. At least they look like something. I’m not that inspired […]

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