[email protected]'s posts from January 2020

On the 23rd of January 1880 members of the Ulverston Band of Hope and Free Church of England Sunday school went skating on the Ulverston Canal, unfortunately…

An afternoon cricket can be enjoyable if the weather is agreeable, however it isn't if the weather isn't nice. The more you watch the better your photographs…

Another Place by Antony Gormley, is that rare things a modern public piece of art that actually works and is interesting. The piece consist of one hundred…

The pierced at Liverpool has many famous landmarks and memorials but my favourite by a long way are the Three Graces. The Cunard Building, The Port of…

I love to visit Liverpool and have always found the people so friendly. Its a great place to practice street photography because generally speaking people…

In September 2015 as part of the 175 anniversary of the Cunard Line, they arranged a visit to Liverpool by their three Queens, Victoria, Elizabeth and Mary 2. …

Garforth and the surrounding area used to have many working mines. Unfortunately over the years many paid the ultimate price for our coal Edward Goodall was…

Brodrick was born in Hull in 1821. On leaving school he became an articled pupil in the architectural practice of Henry Francis Lockwood. In 1852 he won the…

John Norman Mason was a Second Lieutenant in the Hussars who was attached to the Dorset Yeomanry, when he died at Alexandra hospital on the 13th October 1918…

Ulverston has one of the biggest collections of graves for servicemen I have seen anywhere on my travels. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission ones should be…

No particular link to these photos other than they show Leeds history In 2005 Network Rail took down the rusty old footbridge at Crossgates Railway Station. …

I have been part of the policing family for as long as I can remember. These photos do not represent any particular history or force just some interesting…

As you walk around a graveyard the official Commonwealth war graves are the easiest to spot. However as people were buried where they fell, many families had…

Once upon a time Barrow must have been a thriving town, with the docks and the Railway, unfortunately over the last few years like many towns in the North it…

Serjeant Phillip Reginald Harris was a member of the Army Physical Training Corps attached to the 9th Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borders when he died 17th…

A visit to a graveyard can tell you so much about your communities history and its tragedies Private Harry Ainsworth was 20 when he was killed just three weeks…
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