A festive visit to Harewood House with the IgersLeeds team. Long Live the Christmas Tree! Encounter Harewood’s traditionally untraditional Christmas this coming winter, as Yorkshire’s most vibrant country house celebrates the Christmas Tree in a most unexpected way. Artists and makers from across Yorkshire and beyond will bring a contemporary festive twist … Read More
Ingleborough Cave, was explored in 1837 by a Victorian land owner, who drained a underground lake to gain access. These days the cave is a well lit tourist attraction, with a path allow easy access past breath-taking stalagmites, stalactites and flowstones. I was lucky enough to be invited along with … Read More
Two Heritage Railways & Two Mainline Rail tours. That was the plan, to capture “Tornado” & “Flying Scotsman” pulling rail tours on the East Coast Main-line, with visits to Tanfield Railway & North York Moors Railway. 3/4 of the plan was executed, unfortunately Flying Scotsman failed and didn’t complete the … Read More
No. 60163 “Tornado” on her first rail tour of 2021 with The Pennie Explorer, running from Leicester to Carlisle. On the outward journey, headed north on the East Coast Main Line passing York, Durham and Darlington. Then following the route of Hadrian’s Wall as it criss-crosses the railway between Newcastle to … Read More
Taking a change to my recent trips and time spent around Bronte Country, I took an early morning jaunt to the home of Sir Titus Salt. The wonderful village of Saltaire, a world heritage site in the district of Bradford. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill, … Read More
Spring has attempted to kick start with some sunshine and blossoming around the area. I’ve been attempting to take the camera out as much as possible while working, and it’s paid off in April!