INTRODUCTION Welcome to the latest post in my series “London Station by Station“. I hope you will enjoy this post and will be encouraged to share it. A TUBE QUIRK AND A CRICKETING BROTHERHOOD Southgate opened in 1933, as part of a northern extension of the Piccadilly line. The location is notable for two things, … Continue reading “Special Post: Southgate”
A post that looks at cricket history, a view on England’s first test selections, a mathematical teaser and some photographs.
An all time XI cricket post with a public transport theme – my thanks to insidecroydon.com for providing the inspiration.
Today’s ‘all time XI’ cricket themed post meshes two special interests – cricket and trains.
An account of my recent doings at Musical Keys with a photographic interlude.
A whistle-stop tour of some railway themed cigarette cards.
Preparations for tomorrow, photographs from in and around King’s Lynn and pointing up a couple of things brought to my attention by DPAC
A strictly personal survey of the Piccadilly line, with a suggestion for the revival and extension of the Aldwych branch.
After thoroughly enjoying myself learning about fisheries research I headed along the Great Ouse as far as Hardings Pits, through Hardings Pits to ultimately join the main road just beyond the South Gate – not the quickest, but the most scenic route, and well within the compass of Shanks’ Pony. Obviously, living where I do, … Continue reading “Heritage Open Day 8: The South Gate – a Medieval TARDIS”
The Great Ouse, the western boundary of King’s Lynn (on the other bank is West Lynn), is a commercial river, and the area has a long history of fishing. It was therefore both appropriate and very welcome that there was some exceedingly interesting and educational stuff provided by fisheries research people. Not only did they … Continue reading “Heritage Open Day 7: Fisheries Research”