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SNAPSHOT! Morecambe to Heysham.

Right, we last spoke when I was in Preston enjoying a coffee and toasted teacake. The journey continued up to Lancaster where I broke my journey for a look around. There was some time between arriving and the next train out to Morecambe. I had a walk through the street market, I picked up an emergency pork pie just in case then headed back to the station and the train […]

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LLANGEFNI. First Time In Town.

Winter is closing in and getting it’s claws into the last of the year. A day of decent weather presented itself and I didn’t want it to go to waste. I’ve been making use of the train out to Bangor and the the local bus services out across Angelsey. So today I though I would have a test flight out to the market to of Llangefni to see what the […]

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LYTHAM. Elegance & Speed.

Come with me to the seaside, to Lytham on the Lancashire coast. The skies are bright and sunny and the Green is thronged with people and cars. Not just any cars but cars with style, elegance and character. From the powered up monster to the sleek elegance of the Cad’s roadster. The car show and the 1940’s Weekend are on my “Go To” list. A chance for my camera and […]

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SNAPSHOT! Beaumaris, Walkabout Time.

Right, I’d had my lunch, it was time to wobble onwards and walk off, or at least try to, my Welsh Rarebit. Beaumaris is a compact town, facing out across the Menai Straits to Bangor and the mainland of Wales. While it might be small it does reward with a mixture of corners and enterprises worth looking out for. There will be links etc at the bottom. The close set […]

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