Discussion in 'suburban75' started by QueenOfGoths, May 30, 2017.
In a bar sitting next to José Mourinho’s dad or fat brother.
Looks like you startled him
I really think I need to live by the sea.
These heads keep appearing on my dog walking route. One about every two months and no one knows who's doing them.
I'm here again. It's 28 on the balcony, there's a light breeze, it's near soundless apart from the rustling of the leaves on the trees. I love this place.
Beautiful Nanker Phelge, where is it?
I hear you KatyF. I long to live by the sea.
Haven't seen it since August and it's making me sad
I remember when it were all fields around here.
In the second picture, in the distance, is a railway bridge. The railway has been closed, as are roads to the north and east.
Edit - picture 3 is now on the BBC (news) website, not my version though.
I always post pics from the balcony, I thought this from the door might also be nice, for a change.
My friends in Network Rail say the track is washed out quite badly , and there issues at Pontardulais. 20 years ago or so of course there was the Glanryhyd Bridge tragedy with 4 lives lost ....
Flood plain impressively a flood plain.
Yep, Glanrhyd bridge is literally one mile up the track from that picture. Collapse was 31 years ago btw, almost to the day (October 19th). Those pics, as I’m sure you realise davesgcr are taken from the bridge in Llandeilo.
Whenever me and my mate are deciding where to go for a short break my only criteria is it has to have water. Place we've just been was great, had two rivers and we had to cross them every night to get back to the flat we were staying in. What should have been a ten minute walk ended up much longer each night!
I've been saying the same thing, it has a strong pull.
Sundowner. One of the Dunkirk Little Ships. Brought 130 soldiers back to Ramsgate
I've always got time for a good tug
Stopped off for a walk by the sea on our way back from Sainsbury's
Morecambe Bay from Hest Bank.
The bothy-who's-name-we-do-not-speak, in a very, very wet Mid-Wales.
Port Talbot, Aberavon beach
Home is somewhere just over the horizon near that eyesore360
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