A follow on from the earlier post of the expedition along the River Clyde and to the Islands. Or two of them at least, Bute and Great Cumbrae. The first stop was Rothesay, the capital of the island. Sorting through I’ve found a few more images of the day.
Right, a bit of an action packed day today in the company of Alistair K. It started with a trip up to Glasgow from north west England. Arrival there was a little delayed so the trot across Glasgow Central was a little brisker than intended. No problem we still made the Wemyss Bay train comfortably. Wemyss Bay station is a glorious thing from the heyday of the River Clyde steamers […]
On the last lap and still with time to spare, a pint beckoned me from the Loggerheads Pub. It would have been rude to ignore the generous hospitality. Some Links. https://originalshrewsbury.co.uk/ https://www.visitshropshire.co.uk/ https://whatpub.com/pubs/SHR/4713/loggerheads-shrewsbury https://www.facebook.com/loggerheadsshrewsbury/ https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/art https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/shop/greeting+cards https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00TKGBNYM https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1/sets/260316472 https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/imagesbylachlan
On my way back to the station, the evening warm with the gift of the days sunshine and the promise of the evening ahead, music was to be heard. Some Links. https://originalshrewsbury.co.uk/ https://www.visitshropshire.co.uk/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00TKGBNYM https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/collections/street+photography/coffee+mugs https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/imagesbylachlan https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1/sets/273843253
As any regular readers of these ramblings will know I like a proper market. Dream catchers and scented candles have their place but you cannot beat a decent, old fashioned market. Shrewsbury is one of those. I am not the biggest fan of the building’s architecture but the contents are superb. Fresh fruit and veg, meat and fish plush some extremely tidy places to eat. Put it on your list…….