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Bradford Dale is a relatively short Derbyshire Dale running from its source at Middleton by Youlgrave to where it joins the River Lathkill at Alport
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My Transport to Skipton and then a break and one of those famous pork pies.
a little better than the previous, I swear I won't use my laptop again unless it's for word documents only!
Ex-works 47810 'Peter Bath MBE' leaves an exhaust trail as it tackles the unforgiving climb out of Bradford Interchange heading the 10:21 Tour de France special service to Blackburn on Sunday 6 July 2014. DB Schenker 67027 waits in the station at the head of the late running 09:30 Hebden Bridge to Leeds service.
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Click photo to view on black - worth it.
A little fooling around here - two copies, one b/w, one kind of golden. Blended using "exclusion" in PSE9. I find the cool and warm mix interesting.
These are my favorite trees around town. I watch them the year 'round.
One of the Northern Rail class 333s stands in the platform on a service to Ilkley.321 901 stands in the adjoining platform.These units normally operate on Leeds to Doncaster services so not sure if they have a diagram on the Airedale route.
I had a bit of extra time and spotted this street full of Bradfords in bloom and had my camera beside me so why not? I discovered that it is difficult to get a sharp photo of these beauties, especially under the overcast sky we had. I did brighten this up a bit.
Note: I have this on as wallpaper right now and it looks absolutely terrific if you look at it large and from a little distance. Has a nicer impact, really. :)
part of a short series of publicity images for photocamp, taking place 16th and 17th October at the Bradford Media Museum.
13/3/82. 45070 has just arrived with a train of track at Bradford Forster Square goods yard.
The Town bridge over the river Avon in Bradford,Wiltshire, dates back to the 16/17th century.
From a wander round Bradford University when I was meant to be at the Media Museum taking photos.
This tree was a little past full bloom, in a neighbor's yard, on the 22nd. Bradford pears have beautiful leaves, and the individual flowers are nice, also. The fruit is probably edible, but it's quite small. (See our Bradford pear set, for examples of all of these) I can't smell much, so I don't know from personal experience, but I'm told that they stink. The trees seem to grow to about 5 yards/meters in height.
Final batch of the Bradford Trolleybus closure.
At Thornbury Nos. 735, 712, 843 & 713 await the last tours - 26/3/72.
Well today was very, very interesting!
We headed to Bradford ( feeling very groggy after the night before - will post photos soon ) to meet up with some other explorers for a bit of draining! Something I hadn't done before so I was rather anxious about the whole thing, we bought big waders beforehand so we were prepared!
It turned out to be quite different to what I expected, you know when you see them little rivers running places and they usually go underground somewhere? That's a drain, and we were in one for about 5 hours aha. Luckily, my thigh waders sufficed (only just!) - the water got pretty deep in some parts! Especially by the end on our way back when we realized it must be raining, as one section we were in was at our ankles on our way in, on the way back out it was thigh height! So after that, we made a rather hasty exit!
This is a composite of a couple of shots.
Full Set on Tumblr : bekkylonsdale.tumblr.com/
Bradford's finest cemetery contains some magnificent graves.
Closeup of a Bradford Pear stump. Lost a few in the neighbourhood in the last windstorm.
(Thanks everybody for your visits, comments, awards and faves.....have a nice day)
Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, UK.
Thanks to Kerstin Frank Art for the texture.