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Shifting distances

To me the city, where I have been living for about 10 years now, still keeps changing constantly: Taking long walks, I discover a shortcut (or a detour), getting lost on the way lets me end up in a new quarter or on a new path. 72 more words


UK: I K Brunel's 172-Year-Old Thames Tunnel Project to Become London's Newest Performance Venue

“Courtesy of Tate Harmer Nearly two hundred years after construction first began, and 150 years after being formally closed to the public, Isambard Kingdom”

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USA: DePaul Carriage Factory Apartments in Rochester to be honored

“The Preservation League of New York State has selected the DePaul Carriage Factory Apartments in Rochester to receive an award for Excellence in Historic Preservation.” 8 more words

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UK: Multi-million pound bid to revamp Silk Mill in Derby

“ A MULTI-MILLION-POUND bid to revamp Derby’s historic Silk Mill has been made which would see 100% of the city’s industrial heritage collection available for the public viewing. 12 more words

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UK: Manchester's Trafford Park, the world's first industrial estate

“ This five square mile stretch of meadow and deer park became the great arsenal of the second world war effort, and the brains and guts of industrialised Britain” 8 more words

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The K&A in slow time

There is a television station or channel called BBC 4. On Tuesday next, 5 May 2015, it will broadcast

A two-hour, real-time canal boat journey down one of Britain’s most historic waterways, the Kennet and Avon Canal, from Top Lock in Bath to the Dundas Aqueduct.

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