Blyth shipping past and present


Postby creemaster » Thu Oct 25, 2018 6:05 pm

Taken last Friday soon after she had arrived to load RDF bales for Scandanavia

Took the easier south ridge route to the summit before walking along to take the picture

wimbourne extension.JPG
and then looked back to view the alterations to the anne's row/ferry landing area.
I assumed the concrete to be the new road leading into Wimbourne but today there

were trailers parked up on it

into Wimbourne but today I saw a variety of trailers on the right along the new wall
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Postby creemaster » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:41 pm

Since found out that the trailers were in fact support vehicles for VERA which was been filmed over the last couple of days in Blyth.
No doubt George will be booking a trip up here to see the various landmarks as seen in the forthcoming series
And might even pop in and buy some locally made sausages !
Link below is to the port's new promo video, if video is the right word, George still might have a video, John Lewis is getting rid of his dvd players now.
N frankly Paul Hood worries if he loses a fiver never mind Debenham's losing 500m quid ... potential/

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