Seaham ~ May 2018 – Part 1

Last time out we went to Cheeseburn Sculpture Park in June, I must have been excited to get it done as I completely missed out a couple of other outings that Sophie and I went on in May, so I’m going to be chronologically challenged. No matter, it’s all time travel anyway. ūüôā SO, Seaham. […]

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Beamish Museum WW1 Transport ~ part 3

Part 1 HERE¬† Part 2 HERE The museum is currently undergoing an ¬£18million expansion, to include a 1950s Town and coaching inn. ¬†They have a huge store cupboard where they’re getting stuff together for it. This next shot is of a contraption that was used by hairdressers to perm ladies hair! apparently they would sometimes, […]

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Sunderland ~ November 2017

Sophie lives in Sunderland and had spotted the signs for the Diwali Festival so we decided that would be a cool thing to attend with our cameras. We knew parking would be a bit of a nightmare so we ¬†walked to the Festival which was being held at the National Glass Centre. Of course I […]

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Jarrow Hall, Anglo Saxon village and Bede Museum ~ November 2017 ~ Part 1

The History Bit Known as The Venerable Bede,(AD 673-735,) Bede was an author, scholar, skilled linguist and translator who also composed works on astronomical timekeeping and the motions of the sun, Earth and Moon. He was¬†widely regarded as the ‚Äėfather of English history‚Äô as¬†his most famous work, The Ecclesiastical History of the English People is […]

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