Category Travel in time

Let’s See – Ardgour and Ardnamurchan

William S. Thomson was a Scottish photographer who roamed his beloved country during the 1950s. Based in Corpach, Fort William, he produced about 20 smaller booklets, focused on different regions, in the Let’s See Scotland series. His books The Highland… Continue Reading →

The Highlands in Colour – Around Balmoral

William S. Thomson was a Scottish photographer who roamed his beloved country during the 1950s. Based in Corpach, Fort William, he produced about 20 smaller booklets, focused on different regions, in the Let’s See Scotland series. His books The Highland… Continue Reading →

The Highlands in Colour – Loch Callater

William S. Thomson was a Scottish photographer who roamed his beloved country during the 1950s. Based in Corpach, Fort William, he produced about 20 smaller booklets, focused on different regions, in the Let’s See Scotland series. His books The Highland… Continue Reading →

Waltham on the Wolds – Mill Lane

Mill Lane leads to The Old Mill, at the end right hand side of the street. Now a private house The Old Mill tower is a Grade II listed building. “The mill was built in 1868 by Messrs Thomas Cook… Continue Reading →

Grantham Canal – Woolsthorpe by Belvoir

The past ten years Grantham Canal Society has restored a series of three locks at Woolsthorpe by Belvoir. At the Woolsthorpe Wharf Carpenter’s Shop the society’s office is located. The Dirty Duck Pub serves drinks and meals. From Woolsthorpe Bridge… Continue Reading →

Grantham Canal – Hickling

Grantham Canal has at Hickling still its spacious basin. The Old Wharf & Warehouse is transformed into a cosy place where you enjoy a nice view while having a cup of coffee or tea. Hickling Bridge was built in the… Continue Reading →

Grantham Canal – Redmile

Grantham Canal comes close to Redmile. Walking along the canal’s towpath not far upstream from the Redmile Town Bridge you have a nice view at the village Church of St Peter. A coloured postcard taken during winter around (year) gives… Continue Reading →

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