Archive for: November 2010



Filed under: Fields - 30 Nov 2010


45041 at Rawtenstall during the process of running round its train during the East Lancashire Railway Summer Diesel Gala.


Blackpool tower dungeon

Filed under: Fields - 27 Nov 2010

Blackpool tower dungeon

An advert for the upcoming Blackpool Tower Dungeon


New!!! green living

Filed under: Fields - 26 Nov 2010

New!!! green living

Lancashire Hill Flats Photographed on 20 Aprl 2011

Oak tree amongst the wimberries white coppice chorley lancashire

Filed under: All - 26 Nov 2010

Oak tree amongst the wimberries white coppice chorley lancashire

Oak Tree Amongst The Wimberries White Coppice Chorley Lancashire


The new bird hide

Filed under: All - 24 Nov 2010

The new bird hide

Impressive new hide at Martin Mere WWT Lancashire .


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Filed under: All - 19 Nov 2010

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Dsc_0060 – smile, it’s spring!

Filed under: All - 11 Nov 2010

Dsc_0060 - smile, it's spring!

Found these growing wild near a local wood. Are they some form of Primula? (cowslip perhaps?)


Lifft / lift (2)

Filed under: All - 10 Nov 2010

Lifft / lift (2)

"The Cabin Lift was built in 1930 to a design by John Charles Robinson, Blackpool Borough Surveyor, for the purpose of moving passengers via two lifts between the upper promenade tram stop and the lower promenade walkway, artificial cliffs and former boating pool. The lift tower is in a Classical …


Boll transition – church st

Filed under: All - 09 Nov 2010

Boll transition - church st

The five magnificent ‘transitions’ sculptures commissioned from Yorkshire artist Ian Randall represent a celebration of Blackburn’s social, economic, industrial and physical growth as a town. Each of the separate forms represents a stage of growth and evolution in the town since the arrival of cotton. The first stage in the …


Bluebell wood

Filed under: All - 07 Nov 2010

Bluebell wood

This is a slideshow of images taken in Church Wood, Calder Vale near Garstang Lancashire. My wife and I went there to show our daughter the beauty of bluebells in spring