Discussion in 'Midlands and the North' started by Fez909, Jun 4, 2013.
it is me
you can see the reflection of my venetian dr mask
Crossing the Don, no not in Russia.
Conisbrough, the town I was born in.
The station house is where the actor Donald Pleasance lived as a child when his father was station master here.
No blue plaque!
Imagine Yves Montand humming Les Feuelles Mortes in the distance.
A fox at the end of my alley. Not scared of me in the slightest
She looks really healthy too.
Leafy goings on in South Manchester
Queue for the post office
St. Oswalds in the mist.
I was there in the summer - I'm afraid I found it a bit underwhelming....
No it’s the deserted village of Long Sandall north of Doncaster. The church opens in summer for one weekend and two carol services during advent.
They are building a new estate on the ruins of the old farm.
Speaking of deserted villages, here's Derwent.
Been in the news today about it being vandalised with graffiti and people removing stonewalls etc, the fuckin Idiots.
Loads of people ambling around the muddy bits they have been told to avoid. I can't entirely blame them, the desire to get up close is obvious. But nicking bits of the walls etc is just bang out of order.
not my photo, came up on tweeter today
Mersey Tunnel Entrance and Overhead Railway,Liverpool 1950s
more about the Liverpool Overhead Railway here
The Amsterdam ferry pulling into the Tyne this morning
I love Tynemouth!
These shots far from mundane.
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