The Very Beginnings For this particular page of railway memories, the story truly starts at the beginning, which in this case is at Walton hospital in June when our storyteller, Mal came into the world. Seven days later, whilst Mal was at the hospital he was joined in the nursery by no less than the recently delivered Paul McCartney. Mal along with many others was born into troubled times. World War Two was raging, with the Liverpool area regularly a target for Goering’s Luftwaffe bombers due to the importance of its docks, warehouses and industry. Then in his father’s house in Liverpool had been destroyed in an air raid. I enjoyed going round all the shipping offices in Liverpool and also remember seeing the overhead railway being taken down. Memories include the last trams at the pier head, the last big liners coming into Liverpool, exploring the ruins of Custom House, what a building that must have been in its heyday before the war.
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The above photo was not taken on 13th April as originally captioned Vic Smith from York explains – ‘Having researched railtours involving Flying Scotsman I can hopefully clear up a long term mystery regarding the date of Roy’s photograph of at Durham. The following comments can be found on the ‘Six Bells Junction’ website The white flowers are Yarrow, and these only flower between June and July. The coaches in Roy’s shot at Durham 1st one white roof appear different to other photos of the tour featured on the Six Bell site, as all others were taken after the stock was reversed at Guiseley.
The Ribblehead Viaduct or Batty Moss Viaduct carries the Settle–Carlisle Railway across Batty Moss in the Ribble Valley at Ribblehead, in North Yorkshire, viaduct, built by the Midland Railway, is 28 miles (45 km) north-west of Skipton and 26 miles (42 km) south-east of is a Grade II* listed structure. Ribblehead Viaduct is the longest and the third tallest structure on.
A large portion of the line, between Paddington in central London and Abbey Wood in the south-east, is due to open in Autumn At the time of this opening, that new section and two other existing routes will be officially renamed the Elizabeth line, after Queen Elizabeth II. At each end of the central core, the line will divide into two branches: Part of one of the eastern branches, between Liverpool Street and Shenfield, was transferred to a precursor service called TfL Rail in May ; this precursor also took control of Heathrow Connect in May In August the opening of the core Elizabeth line was delayed from December until Autumn Prior to this delay, the Shenfield branch was to have been connected to the core to Paddington in May and the branches west of Paddington were to be connected to the central core in December , but this schedule is now unclear.
The project was approved in and construction began in on the central section and connections to existing lines that will become part of the route. These tunnels will run from Paddington to Stratford and Canary Wharf in the east. New nine-carriage Class trains will run at frequencies in the central section of up to 24 trains per hour in each direction. It is expected to relieve pressure on existing east-west London Underground lines such as the Central and District lines , as well as the Jubilee line extension and the Heathrow branch of the Piccadilly line.
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The Very Beginnings. For this particular page of railway memories, the story truly starts at the beginning, which in this case is at Walton hospital in June when our storyteller, Mal came into the world.
North of Folly Lane bridge. A shunter which would at Dallam shed. I have many happy memories of my grandfather and the railway. He was a driver, and as a child of about years old I went down to Dallam shed with him. He also took me to work with him on a number of occasions after he gave up main line driving. He was a lad that rode round the town in the early hours on his bike with a long pole.
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All classics Number of Cars Attending: After a successful weekend last year, with an amazing Located in the quintessentially English South Downs, Firle Vintage Fair is a celebration of the beauty and antiquities of the past. Featuring a host of cherry-picked vintage and antique stalls including; French Brocante, haberdashery and fashion, country interiors and gardenia. Plus original Victoriana fair rides and croquet games on the lawns. Bradford Classic car event Date:
Crossrail is a kilometre (mile) railway line under development in London and the home counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Essex, England.A large portion of the line, between Paddington in central London and Abbey Wood in the south-east, is due to open in Autumn At the time of this opening, that new section and two other existing routes will be officially renamed the.
Routes[ edit ] The whole of Helvellyn, above the conifer plantations to the west and the intake walls surrounding the valleys of Glenridding and Grisedale to the east, is Open Access land. Walkers can choose between many routes. Striding Edge begins at Hole-in-the-Wall and then stretches for over 1. This starting point is accessible from both Glenridding and Patterdale. Hole-in-the-Wall used to be a prominent gap in the stone wall on the top of the ridge where a gate was missing.
From here the initial part of the ridge is relatively rounded and has a solid path running along the right-hand side. The path on the right-hand side continues until near the end of the ridge where it switches over to the left-hand side. Scramblers who continue on the top of the ridge are forced to descend an awkward short gully down from the final rock tower to rejoin the path.
Poucher , author of a popular series of mountain guide books between and the late s.
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The overhead view illustrates the two side by side double bank 6LDA’s brought together. A close up of the free end of the engine showing a variety of equipment and the instrument board. A view of the 12LDA28 double bank engine that went into the Class 44’s, and showing the considerable bulk of the Crompton Parkinson main and auxiliary generator.
Receiving the electricity created by the main generator were six traction motors similar to this one.
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Per pale Azure and Or a Pale wavy per pale of the last and Vert over all two Bars dancetty of three points upwards countertinctured Argent Azure Argent and Vert all within a Bordure of the last charged alternately with three Roses Argent on each another Gules both barbed and seeded proper and as many Parnassus flowers Argent. On the dexter side a representation of the Dacre Bull at Naworth Gules armed unguled and collared with a Chain flexed over the back Or and on the sinister side a Dragon also Gules the whole upon a Compartment composed of a section of the Roman Wall charged with two Bars Gules.
Granted 10th October Picture used with permission, do not reproduce. Badge The wavy vertical lines, zig-zag horizontal lines and combination of colours is an ingenious formal diagrammatic picture of the new County as a whole. Blue and white – for the sea, blue and gold – for the lakes and agriculture, green and white – for mountains and lakes and green and gold – for mountains and agriculture.
On the green border are parnassus flowers from the arms of the Cumberland CC interspersed with white roses for Yorkshire, superimposed with red roses for Lancashire. The ram’s head is taken from the arms of the Barrow CBC and also of the Westmorland CC and is distinguished from them by parnassus flowers, taken from the Cumberland arms. The mural crown is a common civic emblem. The red dragon refers to those that support the device of Appleby – the ancient county town of Westmorland; also it is heraldically related to the red wyverns of Carlisle and symbolises the connection, going back to Celtic times, between Cumbria and Cambria Wales.
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Southern Railway 51 at Bournemouth shed dark green with Greek style lettering in Jenkinson states S. Author began working at Yarm station in July Yarm from the air showing the full length of the railway viaduct; Yarm station c looking south, Map of railways in the Yarm area, plan of station layout; Yarm station c looking north, Stockton; Waiting for an excursion to Redcar in at Yarm; A1 no St.
Backtrack magazine:illustrated journal about railway and locomotive history.
See also colour photp-featuer beginning page Why doesn’t the public look more deeply? Sterndale ; 9F No. Mainly concerned with the names of LMS Jubilee Class locomotives associated with the Commonwealth or British Empire and which produced some fine, and some very odd anything including an “and” is odd for the name of a thing names. Earlier articles covered the admirals Volume 10 page 46 et seq and their warships Volume 20 page 12 et seq.
Letter from Canada Gord Wilson page on No. Stanier Class 5 No. A South East Wales miscellany. Relates how Josh Powell of Cwmbargoed informed how children travelled by car to Pontwalby Halt, travelled through Pencaedrain Tunnel to Hirwaun, where they changed to the Merthyr train which traversed Merthyr Tunnel. At Merthyr they took the Abergavenny train see Backtrack as far as Cefn Coed where they attended school.
Early history[ edit ] John Speed ‘s map of the County Palatine of Lancaster, The county was established in ,  later than many other counties. During Roman times the area was part of the Brigantes tribal area in the military zone of Roman Britain. In the centuries after the Roman withdrawal in AD the northern parts of the county probably formed part of the Brythonic kingdom of Rheged , a successor entity to the Brigantes tribe.
Published by Pendragon, Easingwold, YO61 3YS. Number 1 (January) Caledonian Railway No at Norwood Junction shed on 15th June J.P. Mullett.
Commer Invader of around , perhaps? No idea about the operator though. I have trawled through my books by Cambridgeshire transport expert Paul Carter without success. The lettering in the garter I could marginally improve, enough to make a bit clearer the last three letters on the upper left side of the garter which seem to be Ltd. The first three letters on the top of the right hand side maybe Cam , the C is certain, the rest not so much.
This looks like a short name on the left and a larger location on the right given the proportions of the space on each side of the garter. What looks like legal lettering in white on the lower forward panel definitely starts with J but the second word has the wrong shapes for Parnell.
Back then I had a schoolboy ‘crush’ on the then ‘Queen of Pop’, but her hit-making career lasted only two years in the chiefly male-dominated hit parade: By , however, the music scene was to change forever. I’m talking about the ‘Liverpool Sound’ which knocked spots off everything in the charts. Against a backdrop of Beatles’ smash hits, countless thousands of youngsters set about the task of photographing steam before it vanished from the scene.
That’s why I’d made a start on photographing the Aire Valley line before it was too late Thirty-odd years later, however, and it has all ended up in tears
Definition of time – the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole, a point of time as.
These ‘mind control’ chips emit electronic pulses that alter brain chemistry in a process called ‘deep brain stimulation. Scroll down for video Mind control chips being developed by the US military could be used to control your mood, after testing in humans began for the first time. Microchips implanted into people’s skulls emit electronic pulses that alter their brain chemistry, in a process called ‘deep brain stimulation.
Deep brain simulation involves implanting fine wires, with electrodes at their tips, into the brain. These are connected to extensions that are travel under the skin behind the ear and down the neck. The electrodes deliver high frequency shock to a targeted area in the brain. This stimulation changes some of the electrical signals in the brain to change behaviour or movement. Researchers from the University of California UC and Massachusetts General Hospital MGH designed them to use artificial intelligence algorithms that detect patterns of activity associated with mood disorders.
Once detected, they can shock a patient’s brain back into a healthy state automatically. Experts believe the chips could be beneficial to patients with a range of illnesses, from Parkinson’s disease to chronic depression.
AI brain implants that can change a person’s mood are tested on HUMANS by the US military
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‘Walking back to happiness – whoompa – oh, yeah-yeah!’ The year Is and 14 year-old schoolgirl Helen Shapiro is storming up the charts with her first No 1 .
Phil’s quite obvious enthusiasm for Blyth is infectious – his love of the Northumbrian town shines through, and so I am pleased he has agreed to input his childhood memories on this site. Meanwhile I’ll let Phil take up the story The map itself is quite fragile and it is printed on what I can only describe as greaseproof paper. The map is not on the usual alignment since the North is off to the left in the top left corner of the map. To the north of this staith was a large selection of LNER sidings but for some reason they have not been included in this map.
The sidings also had a connection into the Hughes Bolckow breakers yard, which can be clearly seen on the map, along with North Blyth Engine Shed 52F opened in Moving south we have the original Cowpen Quay, which became the Cowpen Dry Docks, which also had two shipbuilding slipways. Get out the balsa wood!
Needless to say, it was the last time he took his wife out in the car, but after a course of driving lessons she did pass her test eventually. Many other childhood memories have been sparked by finding such familiar places on this old LNER map. I was born in Ashington in and brought up in the village of Cowpen, pronounced ‘Coopen’ – I should point out that cows are not cows in Geordie-land, they are ‘coos’. Blyth was very much past its best when I was growing up.