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South Wales valleys

Took a trip to the Heads Of The Valleys roads and down the Rhymney Valley to Ystrad Mynach and the old Penallta Colliery where my grandad used to work.

The Friday Post ~ Your Edumacation for 2nd March 2018

Aaand here we are again. Another Friday Edumacation and yet another week where I haven’t posted any crafty things.    I do have things.  Two things… 4,190 more words

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Wonderland Review

*Warning* contains East Midlands vernacular. If yer don’t like it, then Bogger off!

Ayup!

Nah then, yo Boggers know just how likkle I manage ter write on this blog. 542 more words

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Stublick

According to Keys to the Past, Stublick Colliery is one of the best surviving 19th century collieries in the country. It has a well preserved range of colliery buildings, including an engine house, store and furnace house and chimneys. 234 more words

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Thorpe Top treble lock to Kiveton Park station canal

This part of the canal is very accessible for the people of Dinnington, Anston, Kiveton, Thorpe Salvin and Harthill without even getting their cars out of the garage.  356 more words

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Thorpe Top treble lock to Kiveton Park station canal

This part of the canal is very accessible for the people of Dinnington, Anston, Kiveton, Thorpe Salvin and Harthill without even getting their cars out of the garage.  356 more words

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A Few Photos I Didn't Use

I thought I’d cut down on Christmas effort by shoving in a few photos I haven’t used before. I may use them in the future, because I still have a few things to write up, but for the moment I will use them to save effort on a day when I need my energy for bickering with family members, over-cooking food and complaining about the poor quality of TV. 394 more words

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