So there you are, minding your own business as you walk down the street,
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Right I’m on the last ish leg of the journey home, only a glacier and a pack of wild bears to negotiate. (Okay I exaggerated about the glacier….) I’m currently on Chester station, it’s Eater Sunday tomorrow so the run down of services is more marked than usual. Somewhere on platform 7 a well refreshed gentleman is still singing about the merits of his football club at full volume. There’s […]
Chester is a place where history on is writ large, you walk around surrounded by the past’s echoes, from Roman times onwards. Today as I walked along Eastgate Street a dance of the old times went on in the sunshine. Times when the other world was a bit nearer and less hidden away in corners and mists.
To continue the day. I arrived in Chester and decided to take a walk over to Hoole, it’s only a few minute walk from the railway station, it’s an area that was scheduled for demolition but wiser heads prevailed and it’s now an area of interesting independent shops. There’s a couple of places to eat, a personal favorite is The Little Yellow Pig. I got there, found a table and […]
I’m off out and on my way to Chester for a couple of hours camera related wandering and rain shower avoiding. The first leg of my route takes me through Earlestown. It’s a Saturday and that means Flea Market day. As is the way with open air events the weather is the big deciding factor and today is just a bit wet and windy so things are a bit sparcer […]