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Eastbourne pier was completed in 1872 but has suffered several fires during its history. The latest fire was as recent as 2014, this time destroying the large arcade and saloons in the midway. Sheikh Abid Gulzar a local hotelier, brought the pier in November 2015 and has since renovated it, with works continuing.
Bath, Somerset, UK Bath is a spa town steeped in Roman history and much favoured by well-to-do Georgian, Edwardian & Victorian society for its curative waters and pleasant surroundings. It also blossomed for many years as a retreat for the rich merchants of nearby Bristol, a port city that thrived driven by the abhorrent slave […]
This Monday morning I am not feeling blue at all because I am at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for a couple of days. Today’s photo commemorates Britain’s favourite children’s entertainer of the ’70s. Oliver Postgate wrote, produced and narrated all time classic children’s programmes such as Ivor the Engine, Noggin the Nog, Pogle’s Wood, Bagpuss […]
Every Monday I post a photo featuring the colour blue aimed at beating the Monday morning blues. I am joined by some of my friends on Twitter and it would be great if you joined in too. Just search for @wilburstravels Today’s photo is of Broadstairs in Kent from two weeks ago.
Every Monday I post a photo featuring the colour blue aimed at beating the Monday morning blues. I am joined by some of my friends on Twitter and it would be great if you joined in too. Just search for @wilburstravels Today is a special edition as I am posting several fabulous photographs taken by […]
Yesterday I visited the pleasant Cheshire town of Nantwich with its crooked Tudor buildings.
Photos taken yesterday from inside the Tower of London.