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Since it is a bank holiday the weather was obviously not grand and certainly not as good as the last couple of days but we decided to take a chance and make the…

This is a memorial marking the general area where the Aber Colliery Company coal mine would have been. It is on the same site as the Keeper of the Field that…

[216-365] 5th. March 2021- I recently posted about the project to save our local red phone box. During preparations for the return of the box which involved…

[177-365] 25th. January 2021- Who lieth at the chancel door? The chancel door that be so thin I would ne'er get in. That bit was by me, just getting you into…

[36-365] 10th September 2020- On the afternoon of April 27, 1944, thousands of men began boarding Eight LSTs (Landing Ship Tanks) at Plymouth (LSTs 58, 496,…

14 November 1940 The Coventry Blitz was a series of bombing raids that took place on the English city of Coventry. The city was bombed many times during the…

It was a gorgeous day last Saturday so I set out along Sussex Drive to check out the Rideau Falls. Along the way I passed the Ottawa Memorial that…

Travellers materialise from the gloom at Atocha Station, site of bombings on March 11, 2004. The texts on the cylinder extending upwards are taken from messages…

The city of Ottawa has many varied monuments pertaining to the country's history. Some of these are well-known but there are others that stand in quiet parks in…
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