Postcards from the Tees Transporter

I have written at length about the Tees Transporter Bridge in previous blog posts, but am always eager to publish new photos and perspectives of my favourite river crossing. Below are some photos… Continue reading

It’s A Puppet!

Today I attended a special event at The Cinema Museum in Kennington. Named, appropriately, ‘A Bag Full of Puppets’, the event featured puppeteer Ronnie Le Drew (best known for working with Zippy on… Continue reading

Mind Mapping Fitzrovia

Inspired largely by the works seen in Mapping Manhattan, I recently decided to map the area I lived in when I first came to London: Fitzrovia. It’s my first attempt at cartography, which… Continue reading

Book Review: Mapping Manhattan

There are thousands of books about New York, hundreds of which address the post-9/11 cityscape, but this volume captures something that is out of reach for the average guide book or travelogue: the… Continue reading

Postcards from N10

Today I went on a psychogeographical walk around East Finchley and Muswell Hill. Here are a few snaps, starting with the sculpture of an archer at East Finchley tube station. He did have… Continue reading

Going Loco

Dad has been the owner of a Model Railway Shop in Harrogate for 20 years now (visit his website here) and has started a railway layout.

Black and White Industry, Middlesbrough

I have a weird penchant for grey, fading industry and, as my tours of places always seem to include the stuff nobody else wants to see, I took the opportunity yesterday to photograph… Continue reading

Faded Signs of Middlesbrough

In addition to the Pouf ghost sign and the Esso ghost sign I’ve previously posted on this blog here are some other faded signs I’ve found around the Boro. It’s been at least… Continue reading

Spa Bandstand, Scarborough

Today, as the weather was bright, I tripped out to Scarborough for a few hours. Whilst I was there I took the time to photograph this classic building that stands proud of the… Continue reading

Shepherd’s Bush Cinematograph Theatre

The other day whilst on the look out for ghost signs I stumbled across this gorgeous example of old signage in Shepherd’s Bush. The building is now a Walk About bar but it… Continue reading