Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railway: “Mountain Prince” – Exploring The Woodlands Of The Snowdonia National Park

“Entering the rain sodden woodlands of the Snowdonia National Park as it climbs up into the mountains, the aptly named “Weekend Wanderer” is a memorable and evocative experience on one of the countries oldest heritage railways services still in operation today. It evoked memories from my childhood with the smell of smoke from the locomotive, hair full of soot and a smile on my face” Continue reading Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railway: “Mountain Prince” – Exploring The Woodlands Of The Snowdonia National Park

September In Review

“September has been an incredibly busy and challenging month. For a variety of reasons the real world has caught up with my ability to create and it’s left me feeling exhausted. I’ll fully accept everyone has challenging commitments and moments in time, this period has been unusually busy over the last few months and I am glad to say it is starting to return to normal.” Continue reading September In Review

Snowdon Mountain Railway – The Civilized Approach To Mountain Exploration

“The Snowdon Mountain Railway was established in 1896, providing a unique opportunity to ascend one of the Three Peaks in the United Kingdom in relative comfort and ease. Today, it continues to serve the same purpose, departing from the base of the mountain in the town of Llanberis to its summit, providing spectacular views of the surrounding landscape and quarries below.” Continue reading Snowdon Mountain Railway – The Civilized Approach To Mountain Exploration

Cows About Cambridge 2021 – Trail Review

“A new herd about town brings a dash of colour and creative flair to the banks of the River Cam with the arrival of Cows about Cambridge from Wild in Art. This new sculpture event in the traditional university city takes place across the city over the Summer Months providing an opportunity for residents and visitors alike to discover an enjoyable and colourful display of artistry from local schools and community groups. There are 90 statues to discover on your trail divided between 44 large cow statues on the streets and in the open spaces in the city and 46 smaller calves to find in stores and museums throughout Cambridge.” Continue reading Cows About Cambridge 2021 – Trail Review

London Transport Museum: Museum Depot – Review

“The London Transport Museum Depot opened it’s doors to the public on the 14th October 1999, home to the majority of the collection not on display at it’s main Museum in Covent Garden. Open for a limited season during the year, it provides a rare opportunity for the public to see a vast assortment of items from its historic collection in a working environment, with curators and guides on hand to provide context and history to the trains and buses on show. For those with a fascination and enthusiasm towards the transport network in the City, it is an exciting opportunity to be able to go inside this large collection of vehicles and historical transport that is only accessible over the Summer months” Continue reading London Transport Museum: Museum Depot – Review

On Tour With Watch Dogs Legion: Barbican Estate

“For the third chapter in this series, we continue our exploration of London by travelling south from Camden and arriving at the Barbican Estate, home to one of the most distinct and unique housing developments in the Capital as well as the cities own Museum. A great example of the Brutalist Architectural style prominent during the post war reconstruction period of history, today a Grade II listed area with its prominent concrete aesthetic and appearance that encapsulates the design approach of that period of time. A fascinating location to discover and explore.” Continue reading On Tour With Watch Dogs Legion: Barbican Estate