It’s Tram Sunday in Fleetwood, a celebration of transport and just general fun. It’s the first one to be held for a couple of years because of “THAT”, plus the weather has been magnificent so that all added up to a massive turn out. Walking around I think there will be an awful lot of lobster people delicately dabbing soothing creams on in the morning. We’re British, we just don’t […]
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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 […]
Okay I made it to Lincoln, I’ve been planning it for a while but as is usually the case, you make plans and the Gods laugh. Footnotes in various Pratchett Discworld novels will confirm that. It’s been a lot longer than I realized since my last visit so it’s been a catching up exercise as much as a photo one. Anyway notes have been taken and plans made for future […]
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.