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Bordeaux is naturally associated with the Garonne, but historically the city developed along the banks of two smaller rivers which ran into the Garonne: the Devèze and the Peugue. Both streams continue to flow but, in central Bordeaux, have been driven underground. Invisible Bordeaux decided to follow the course of the Devèze to find out what remains of this significant river today. The Devèze emerges from the undergrowth in Mérignac, just ...Read More
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London Overground Class 378 231 on the London Overground Service to Richmond This being my penultimate post, I decided to do this post as we haven't posted for a fortnight. Sorry for that, I have included a small number of London Overground photos before. My last post should be for before end of the month. Sorry about the delays to posts and the next post is actually consisted of approximately 5 posts. Without further ado, enjoy! Lo...Read More
Walking the Midland route through the Peaks A jolly weekend morning was had walking the former Midland Railway route between Blackwell Mill (Buxton) and Millers Dale, part of what was once the main line between Manchester and Derby. Since the many tunnels have been opened to walkers and cyclists, I'd been meaning to try out the route over the full length through Monsal Dale to Bakewell on my bike, so this short stroll was something of ...Read More
[Updates, two so far, at end of post] During the Comprehensive Spending Review announcements from the Rt Hon Gideon George Oliver Osborne, heir to the Seventeenth Baronet, the news for Londoners was that “West Anglia Suburban Rail Services” were to be devolved to Transport for London (TfL), and become part of the Overground brand. But someone has been a little economical with the actualité here. Because what has not been told is...Read More
today is the day that I eventually build the weather station perfect conditions got all the bits what could possibly go wrong? then I must get to Glastonbury a day late already saw some on the TV last night not good carry on regardless sounds like a film probably was see you up the Glade for Steve Hillage ciao https://filepost.com/files/cdbe1e2b/SB1970.zip/ Weird instrumental grooves from compose...Read More