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[27-365] 1st September 2020- This is a dual purpose 365 project and photo-walk today. Dartmouth is a small town in Devon, very popular with tourists and yet…

A year or two back, I noticed an old post box in Taff's Well, just down the road so, I took a photo of it. After that, I couldn't help but notice them and now,…

Last Summer (2019) my local town held a festival and the theme was "1940's" The re-enactment day saw the town centre transported back to the 1940s, with shop…

James Craig is a three-masted, iron-hulled barque restored and sailed by the Sydney Heritage Fleet, Sydney, Australia. Built in 1874 in Sunderland, England,…

The landscape around Orellan in northern Spain was dramatic enough but the mining undertaken by the Romans in the second and third centuries AD radically…

The cathedral in Avila is purported to be the oldest Gothic cathedral in Spain, but then again Burgos also makes the same claim. Anyway, it was one of my…

The spectacular medieval walls around the old town of Avila in northern Spain. Amazing to see from a distance and fascinating to walk round. The existing wall…

Fall on a 18th century farm, a reenactment of how much work went into everything on their daily lives,, just a sample I saw today,,

The Grade II listed Point of Ayr Lighthouse is located in Talacre, North Wales. Literally drenched in history this light house has many stories to tell.…

I drove across country today, making my way home from the east coast having visited my mother. En route I stopped off at Conisbrough Castle, near Doncaster,…

The other day we had a trundle up to Oswestry to stroll around the earth ramparts of the Iron Age hill fort just north of the town. You can kind of see some of…
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