David Heys steam diesel photo collection

Dumnonii and British Iron Age Exeter began as settlements on a dry ridge ending in a spur overlooking a navigable river teeming with fish, with fertile land nearby. Although there have been no major prehistoric finds, these advantages suggest the site was occupied early. A portion of Exeter’s city wall, formed of both Roman and medieval stones. A small fort was also maintained at Topsham ; a supply depot on the route between the two was excavated at St Loyes on Topsham Road in The presence of the fort built up an unplanned civilian community vicus or canabae of natives and the soldiers’ families, mostly to the northeast of the fort. This settlement served as the tribal capital civitas of the Dumnonii [9] and was listed as one of their four cities Greek: When the fortress was abandoned around the year 75, its grounds were converted to civilian purposes: In January , it was announced that Exeter Cathedral had launched a bid to restore the baths and open an underground centre for visitors.

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Dumnonii and British Iron Age Exeter began as settlements on a dry ridge ending in a spur overlooking a navigable river teeming with fish, with fertile land nearby. Although there have been no major prehistoric finds, these advantages suggest the site was occupied early. A portion of Exeter’s city wall, formed of both Roman and medieval stones. A small fort was also maintained at Topsham ; a supply depot on the route between the two was excavated at St Loyes on Topsham Road in

The Tempest by William Shakespeare Untold Theatre and Yellowbelly Theatre Once powerful in his own country – then overthrown by his brother Antonio – Prospero finds himself stranded on The Island, a Migrant Camp in

Please contact Wendy Howard for more information. Please could you remind people that they can join the Middle East group at anytime. We are meeting in The Guildhall at 2. Contact Maureen for the next date. We meet at 9. This Group needs more members, particularly men! However we quickly warm up. Since September we have turned our feet to over 30 dances, making up one or two variations on the way.

Do come and join us.

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History of Ilfracombe Ilfracombe has been settled since the Iron Age , when the Dumnonii the Roman name for the inhabitants of the South-West established a hill fort on the dominant hill, Hillsborough formerly Hele’s Barrow. The origin of the town’s name has two possible sources. The first is that it is a derivative of the Anglo-Saxon Alfreinscoma – by which name it was noted in the Liber Exoniensis of

The Tempest by William Shakespeare Untold Theatre and Yellowbelly Theatre Once powerful in his own country – then overthrown by his brother Antonio – Prospero finds himself stranded on The Island, a Migrant Camp in

The GWR rationalized the dock’s shed facilities and concentrated the stabling of locos at East Dock shed or at Danygraig where the class provided motive power for the new Kings and Queens Docks. A bell is also carried by Collett’s T dock shunter no behind it; this was built by the Avonside Engine Co, Bristol, in and spent all its life in and around Swansea docks. Right Danygraig shed performed most of the dock work, but Swansea East Dock shed had turns into the older docks and mainline shunting.

Coded 87D under BR, it had an allocation of 35 tank locos made up of Ts and Ts which were employed on the heaviest coal trains originating from the South Wales coalfield, though they were often seen further afield in England. The rest were made up of Ts, Ts and Ts: Weighing just 38 tons 4 cwt, it had a tractive effort of 19, lbs. Bottom Left Another Danygraig loco, ST No – one of 2 members in the class – was photographed on the same day some fifty years after its introduction in

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Hudson’s Bay Self Catering Holiday Accommodation, Paignton Relax, unwind and explore the beautiful coastline of South Devon, the English Riviera and Dartmoor Family run self catering holiday accommodation located close to Paignton sea front and the family friendly atmosphere of this historical Victorian sea side town. Hudson’s Bay is perfectly positioned to explore South Devon, The English Riviera and surrounding countryside including scenic Dartmoor.

South Devon Popular with visitors old and new from all over the country and Europe, the area is well known for having some of the best natural coastlines in the country with lovely sandy beaches and character seaside towns. A few miles inland from Paignton are the picturesque hills and towns of South Hams with outstanding countryside, river valleys, sleepy ancient villages and historic market towns which are so ‘typically English’.

Walking, cycling, golfing, horse riding, water sports, sunbathing, paddling in the sea, boat rides, historical Steam Railway journeys, visits to the fun fair and many other local attractions can be enjoyed in the area. Hudson’s Bay is in easy reach from the train and bus stations and the local amenities where the all important restaurants, cafes and shops can be enjoyed.

Number 1 (January) GWR ‘Manor’ No Foxcote storms away from Aberystwyth near Llanbadarn with the morning train to Shrewsbury in December T.B. Owen. Colour-Rail. front cover. The curious incident of the dog in the night-time — and a chance to board the gravy l Blakemore. 3.

Or cosy on the sofa London to Cornwall on the Night Riviera Children under 5 go free, although they don’t get their own berth. Cots can’t be provided as there’s insufficient room, but a Samsonite travel bubble fits on the floor for babies up to 18 months an is great for hotel rooms, too. A 2- or 3-year old can sleep quite comfortably head-to-toe with an adult in the lower berth.

If you can get the little so-and-so to sleep when he’s so excited about being on a sleeper train, of course. If you want a separate berth for a child under 5 you’ll need to pay for a child-rate Sleeper Advance ticket or a child-rate normal ticket plus the adult sleeper supplement. Two children under 5 can share a bed for the price of one child-rate Sleeper Advance ticket or one child-rate normal ticket plus one adult berth supplement.

Two children sharing a bed must pay two child fares but need only pay one sleeper supplement as they’re only using one bed.

David Heys steam diesel photo collection

It was a good test of my spacial awareness skills. The pickup time was The most direct route was nevertheless a tortuous, rural one and my speed would rarely get above 30mph.

Exeter (/ ˈ ɛ k s ɪ t ər / ()) is a cathedral city in Devon, England, with a population of , (mid EST).The city is on the River Exe about 36 miles (58 km) northeast of Plymouth and 65 miles ( km) southwest of is the county town of Devon, and the home of Devon County is also home to two of the constituent campuses of the University of Exeter, Streatham.

Debbie Harris- Cullompton i love the old dialect, i love listening to it and i will do everything to make sure not all of it dissapears!!! Eleanor from Scotland Where abouts in Devon do you think that the local accent is disappearing and where are you likely to hear a traditional Devon accent? Martin Spray, Forest of Dean, Glos. I’m interested in bracken. Here in the Forest of Dean it’s just called fern, and there’s a lot of it.

There’s a local tradition of couples using ‘fern tickets’ when they need privacy. Am I right in thinking this is a name still used in Devon as well? Jo,Exeter Yerrrrrrr right means i agree. Who said English people all talk “posh”! My ol’ Dad had a number of sayings which I’ve only ever heard in Devon.

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There are vegan festivals in many countries. Now you can visit a new town or country, enjoy every meal, make new friends, and have a fantastic time! Organic vegan food, surf, yoga, cooking classes.

The South Devon Railway, or SDR, is a seven mile former Great Western Railway branch line, built in , which runs along the stunning valley of the River Dart between Buckfastleigh and Totnes.

Steve Johnson’s “CyberHeritage International” Downloadable high quality images on most sites – ideal for schools, students, researchers and all who love history – Freely given to the world – Heritage sans frontieres Historical advisor to BBC. Alternative scan here and a lovely wild orchid growing on site is here. Please note that this is the best scan I can do. The two sailing vessel photos are from the CD collections, see below notices , sample images can be downloaded by clicking on them – about 1.

Ultra hi res scan from a contact print off a glass plate negative by Jonathan Hill. Te original scan is 40mb, too big to host here, but this shrunk version is still pretty good. The top photo is the very high res one, the 2 smaller ones are too give you a taste. Check it out, you don’t need to belong to Face Book. Now some large HD images for you. This image below is to me, one of the best, if not the best I have ever seen on this theme.

Both now largely overgrown, but intact especially below ground, you can easily see the strategic location of these fortification works.

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