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Here yesterday, gone today. Came across a copy of David Jenkinson’s The Times always thought that young Michael must be a Grauniad type for 12 May wherein young Michael amazed at improved Manchester to Brighton service via Kensington Olympia and improvements to railway catering. Away from the railway feature he was surprised at how cheaply a Professor of Philosophy could be hired then and an advertisement from the Wallop School which brings out the very worst of Master Blakemore. Colour feature based upon publicity material produced by the Great Western Railway which combines elegant text with wonderful reproductions of contemporary colour material mainly from the s: The linking text notes that the publicity material is built around the Taunton to Minehead branch and is divided into three sections: East Anglian Class 47s. The class 47 had originally arrived in East Snglia on freight workings in but were soon allocated to the Norwich to London expresses. D two tone green and very clean at Manningtree on train for Norwich on 17 August ; 47 Cyclops blue on Parkeston to Morris Cowley car train on 19 May ; 47 dirty rail blue on Whitemoor to Parkeston freight on 14 May Part 1 began on page
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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. During the mid-8th century, the area was incorporated into the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Northumbria , which became a part of England in the 10th century.
She has Massey H61R body. In this view, taken on 13 September , she is westbound near the Grand Hotel, on Morecambe Promenade. If I remember rightly, what Stephen says would account for the views I have seen of Maidstone Atlanteans with operators in the Glasgow area. Incidentally, the building site in the background, in the process of becoming a block of apartments, was rather controversial, being at the Promenade end of Princes Crescent.
He had long been in dispute with his employers over his address. He was supposed to live within the Borough, but lived just outside it, in Hest Bank. His mother lived within the borough, and he had his post delivered there.
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Road Directions. Leave the M65 at Junction 12, turn right at the roundabout in the direction of Brierfield and Burnley. At Windermere Avenue turn riight (slowing for the speed camera) then turn right on to Barden Lane and drive past Barden Mill which is on your right.
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.
And then there was the music, I heard the first single from Buddy Holly and the Crickets and became a fan. Another young guy in the office was also a fan so when the band played in Liverpool on March 20th , we booked immediately for the first show. The performance was great, there were many American serviceman present from the nearby American Burtonwood base.
When after 18 months they wanted me to stay in the office and learn to be a clerk, I refused so they fired me! Welcome to Bank Hall New employment came in with British Railways, starting at Bank Hall, shed code 27A, as an engine cleaner – what a relief this was. The entrance to the depot was off Stanley Road facing the old Royal pub, I was just 18 years old, cleaning steam locos, enjoying great company and had a good laugh.
Our foreman cleaner was Fred Bryce, a fit guy for his age, used to jump across the pits, the cleaners would book on at two hour intervals, Fred would give the senior cleaner the list of engines to be cleaned, you would sort out yourselves who worked on what.
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He built the structure that we know today as Bury Castle. The newly constructed tower house would have been two or three stories tall. We know that its walls were made from very thick sandstone blocks, some 2. Artists impression of Bury Castle from the on site interpretation boards The lower floor would have been used for storage and probably also had a kitchen.
Narrow windows would have given a little light, but lots of security. The upper floors would have contained the great hall.
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This Month Bernard Gillett tells us of: We often used to go to Southport, on the beach with the car and in later years my Father started to show me how to drive the car, of course, time moves on and at 17 I passed my driving test. On one occasion I explained to my parents I had been into a local garage showroom looking at another car, we all three proceeded therein. Walking between the cars my Father asked which car I was looking at! I casually pointed to the one…. Yes, I did buy the car, it was a Jaguar Mk1 2.
When I spoke to the garage they had offered parts only cover. Later my Father arranged for it to go into the local Jaguar Dealer to be fixed and the advice from them was — a replacement engine from Jaguar. This actually arrived, only needing fuel and battery. Later my friend and I fitted overdrive, I used the car for 2, miles. His car was in the garage. I kept the car for 3 years, but the body suffered serious corrosion so I sold it!!
Over the following years I had over 20 Company cars….. The hotel is perfectly placed just off the M6 motorway at junction
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Purchase a Copy Summary After recounting some of man’s earliest ‘lighter than air’ flights in hot air balloon ascents over the North West during the eighteenth century, followed by the later manufacture of airships either side of the First World War by Vickers Ltd. The company’s founder, Manchester-born Alliott Verdon Roe, was the first British person to fly an aeroplane of all-British design and construction, powered by a British engine, over British soil Avro Triplane Roe participated in the Blackpool ‘Flying Week’ held at Squires Gate in October , the world’s second international aviation meeting after that held at Rheims in August.
The forthcoming centenaries of these two events, in and , will in effect also celebrate the founding of the UK aircraft industry, now universally referred to as aerospace.
Lancashire. Southport is located within the historic county boundaries of Lancashire, Hesketh Park No has one of the oldest existing residential garages in the UK dating from about , although both house and garage have been converted to flats. Speed record. In , Henry Segrave set a world land speed record of mph (
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Fifty years later the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway opened a new station in to the west of the original site. In its heyday Rochdale station provided local services to Bolton via Bury, Bacup and Manchester via Oldham, plus through trains via Calder Valley line linking the cities of Liverpool and Manchester with the Yorkshire town of Halifax, and the cities of Bradford and Leeds; additional through services reached York, Hull and Goole. In the s the station had two major island platforms each with inset bays.
The ‘down’ island had platform 1 as the outer and platform 2 as the inner. An inset bay of two tracks was on east side of this island platform, known as Bay 1, the ‘Facit’ bay and which once served the Bacup line, and Bay 2, the ‘Oldham’ bay. The ‘up’ island had Platform 3 as the inner and Platform 4 as the outer.
The inset bay on this island was on the west side and also consisted of two tracks known as Bay 3 and Bay 4. Local stopping trains used these bays for services towards Manchester and other services via the Bolton line to destinations such as Wigan. Local trains to Liverpool and Southport tended to use Platform 4, whereas the expresses between Lancashire and Yorkshire would use the centre ‘down’ and ‘up’ platforms 2 and 3.
Rochdale railway station had two entrances, one on Maclure Road and another on Miall Street, giving access from either side of the station. By the early 60s passenger trains had long ceased to run on the Rochdale-Bacup line having been withdrawn in However, the section from Rochdale to Facit remained open to goods traffic until and to Whitworth until The Bury line closed on 5th October , but part of it has since been reopened by the East Lancashire heritage Railway and there is a current proposal to re-open it as far as Castleton.
It has since been converted and reopened in as a Metro Link service using trams as far as Oldham.
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Southport — Southport is a large seaside town in Merseyside, England. At the census, it had a population of 90, , Southport lies on the Irish Sea coast and is fringed to the north by the Ribble estuary. The town is Historically part of Lancashire, the town was founded in when William Sutton, at that time, the area, known as South Hawes, was sparsely populated and dominated by sand dunes.
At the turn of the 19th century, the area popular with tourists due to the easy access from the nearby Leeds. The rapid growth of Southport largely coincided with the Industrial Revolution, extensive sand dunes stretch for several miles between Birkdale and Woodvale to the south of the town.