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The Piano Player

Ribbons of music drift in a vast hall, to complete with a chattering hoard, whilst a lone fly tries to escape though a pane of glass. Did the fly escape, most likely not. Did the chattering stop, never. I attempt…

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Ode to Pennine.

  I never thought that the day would come again, when I was once again able to climb aboard a Leyland Leopard coach and travel from Skipton to Carleton. Let alone see the coach so full that there was standing…

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A Busy Week

There's been so much happening recently that my blog [more a diary I have decided ] has suffered, but even good diarists had silence moments. At the weekend I attended a great village fete at Bradley, with the best hot dogs…

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Meeting Point at Skipton

Spent the whole morning at Skipton Model Railway show, nice to have the time and space to view some interesting railway themed layouts. Even better was the opportunity for meeting and greeting so many people that regularly attend these type…

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Byers Green

Rustic fields hiding behind rosebay willowherb, golden ears of corn drifting in the breeze, improvised greenhouses, humble potting sheds, all merge into the landscape. Byers Green with its scattered terraces is the place to be today. So many skills on…

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