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Saltwell Park is a 55 acre award winning park, opened in 1876 and set in the heart of Gateshead, designed by Edward Kemp. It is situated on the south bank of the river Tyne. It boasts a large Victorian boating … Continue reading
The Scottish town of Kelso has a mass horse-riding event, established in 1937 by JohnScott provost of Kelso, as part of Kelso Civic Week. It was inaugurated so that Kelso like many other Scottish Towns can have what is known … Continue reading
Here are a few more pictures of the beautiful Alnwick Gardens. Visit my previous post for more information about the gardens.
A Wander Through Warwick Castle Pictures captured when visiting Warwick Castle, during a three-day bus-tour of warwickshire in 2005. This is a very imposing castle, towering hundreds of feet into the sky. We start with interior pictures, followed by shots … Continue reading
I love Whitby Goth Weekend, unfortunately I didn’t make it this year, so here are a few images from previous years… See more of my Whitby pictures at my blog http://hauntedpalaceblog.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/whitby-goth-weekend/
Northumberland is a county famous for its castles, here are a few of my favourites.
Once a quiet fishing village on the remote North Norfolk coast, the arrival of the railway the in 1880’s saw Sheringham become a popular seaside destination. Here are a few Sheringham moments…
A Cruise down the Nile Ozymandias “I met a traveller from an antique land Who said: “Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand, Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown … Continue reading
After many years spent visiting Norfolk, here are a few highlights…
Alnwick Gardens, Northumberland Alnwick Castle Garden was initiated by Jane Percy, Duchess of Northumberland, in October 2001. The project cost £42,000,000 and the fountain and original garden were designed by Jacques Wirtz and Peter Wirtz. The Garden which has grown … Continue reading