Monthly Archives: February 2013

City and County

The City of Bristol in all its Glory Ancient Bristol, a medieval city, strategically placed at the confluence of two rivers, the Frome, and the Avon. The city's name, a contraction and distortion of “Bridge” and “Stowe” – Brigstow. Trouble … Continue reading

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The Long and Winding Road

The North American Freight Train in its natural habitat… High up on the ridge, Widewanderer looks down into the canyon. A long, sinuous, metallic snake winds it's way through the ravine, carve by thousands of years of flowing water. Trainus … Continue reading

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Unlimited Bashing

“Bashing”. That's the colloquial expression used by English railway enthusiasts for travelling around on trains, just for fun. So I understand. For millions, travelling by train is a necessary evil, just surviving the journey and getting from A to B. … Continue reading

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