It’s been a trip to Chester day today. A bit on the cool side still but as always it’s good to get out and about. There were some Chinese New Year celebrations in progress, I caught up with them as they paraded along Northgate Street. Food was also checked out, it was a cold day after all and calories warm you up. So that was the day, short but sweet. […]
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The snow falls gently on to Newton le Willows railway station. A train to Chester is due. Right, Christmas is now jingling away into the distance leaving behind a trail of gifts, wrapping paper, empty glasses and slightly mangled decorations blowing in the breeze. While in it’s wake 2023 is beginning to take its first faltering steps, unsteady for now, direction uncertain but at least on it’s way. So it’s […]
Out and about today, making the most of the daylight before Winter’s icy hands get a grip on things and the long, languid days fade until the fresh buds of next spring. The destination for today is North Wales, Beaumaris on Angelsey to be exact. It’s a train and bus exploration so it will be interesting. It will also involve cake, coffee etc at some point.
Good morning to you all from the Merseyrail platform at Liverpool Lime Street. I’m on my way to Chester to see how far the rebuilding of the new market hall is progressing. Obviously this may involve coffee and cake so watch this space. This isn’t the quickest route for me to get to Chester but it’s an interesting one, going under the Mersey and out down the Wirral. There’s sections […]