Taken at Bury’s World War Weekend event in June 2012 hosted by the East Lancs Railway. The World War Weekend is a yearly event normally at the end of May that sees the local towns of Ramsbottom, Rawtenstall, Heywood and Bury host a series of World War events in full costume including a flypast by an original historic spitfire.
After weeks of rain the sun made a welcome entrance and for a few minutes it uplifted my soul, maybe spring was not so far away after all…Photograph taken of a church reflected in the flooded fields of the Fylde in Lancashire.
Please note: Image is a non standard size printed on normal aspect paper, with fill-in of black.
Traditional red boat sailing down the Menai Straits taken near Menai Bridge at Sunset in Anglesey, North Wales. Please note: Image is a non standard size printed on normal aspect paper, with fill-in of black.
Early morning shot of one of Manchester’s older Public Houses, Peveril of the Peak built in 1829. The “Pev” is a fine example of a classical tiled CAMRA pub that has been in the same Swanwick family for over 40 years and long may it remain so.