First test version of my card kit of the Preston Dock Engine Shed, just to see if it is feasible.
In the beginning the was Bellisario and the Void. And Bellisario looked upon the Void and the darkness and proclaimed “Let there be JAG”, and thus there was JAG.
Down on the old Preston Dock site there is an unusual little engine shed, which was built for Preston Borough Council (long before they became City) in 1985. In 1986 it won The Brick Development Association’s Structural Brickwork Award. It looks like this:
Considering the options, I think it was a wise choice for the ersatz-Deacon to not go with any of the real John Deacon’s historic hairstyles, and just shave his head.
It can be hard at times to define where The North is. Luckily, back in ancient times, two noted geographic scholars, William Ernest Drummond and James Francis Cauty, published a justified tract, listing places that were in the north,
Here I shall explore that work in full.
The latest inductee to The Library of Cool is “An Illustrated Guide to the Funicular Railways of Great Britain” by Amy Bartle.
Back in 1987, Chris Boucher created the TV series Star Cops, and accidentally foretold everything about your daily life.
A while ago, 2017 to be exact, I started working on a plan to visit every Merseyrail Terminus in one day, passing through every station at least once. Originally I planned to start and finish at Southport, while on holiday, but plans changed and I was going to try again in April 2020. Then Covid hit.
Continue reading All of Merseyrail in One Day
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