Tag Archive: rivers

The Tees Transporter Second Edition Available for Order

Postcards from Richmond Lock

Postcards from LS1

I went on a walk around Leeds today, there are a surprising number of paths you can take into, out of and around the city. I was mainly around the waterfront. Here are… Continue reading

Bridges on the Tees, a Photoblog

Today I walked along the Tees river and photographed all of the bridges from Yarm northward. I ended up walking around sixteen miles in total, so my ankles are sore but I feel… Continue reading

The Girl on the Bridge: Lendal Bridge, York

Thomas Page designed this bridge. He was a 19th century civil engineer with a penchant for Gothic architecture and in addition to designing the Lendal and Skeldergate bridges of York he also worked… Continue reading

The Girl on the Bridge: Millennium Bridge, London

The Millennium Bridge in London is a striking representation of the barest bones of architecture: a steel skeletal suspension forging a connection not just between north and south London but between the progressive… Continue reading