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Nottingham Heritage Vehicles Charity

As part of Heritage Open Day in September we visited the Nottingham Heritage Vehicles Charity in Hucknall. I try to visit somewhere new each Open Day and as I’d never heard of this place until I’d spotted it on the website I thought it was worth taking a chance on. 112 more words

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The Museum of Timekeeping

The Museum of Timekeeping is in the Grade II* Upton Hall in Nottinghamshire, the home of the British Horological Institute. It’s been somewhere I’ve meant to visit for a while and I finally managed it in September before it closed for the season (it has very limited opening hours between May – September). 244 more words

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Wet Friday: more seen in October 2008

Christ Church St Laurence and Central Station:

Ward Park, Surry Hills — warm spring day:

Sirdan in Chinese Whisper, Crown Street Surry Hills. Fondly remembered. 12 more words

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Throwback Thursday: The Birkin Building, Nottingham

The Birkin Building in the Lace Market in Nottingham was designed by Thomas Chambers Hine another architect who, like Watson Fothergill, made a big impact on the city. 113 more words

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Museum of Liverpool

I wasn’t really sure what to expect at the Museum of Liverpool but actually it proved to be my favourite of Liverpool’s museums. Opened in 2011 it is apparently the largest newly built national museum in the UK for more than 100 years, and I admit the building’s design was a major reason why I decided to go inside. 181 more words

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Ten years ago: Redfern, Sydney, Surry Hills

From October 2008.

Eddy Avenue, Central:

East Redfern: Jacaranda:

Sydney Boys High, Moore Park:

Surry Hills: painters:

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