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Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Crab and Winkle

Congregating on the train  we got off at Whitstable ,the northern end of the world's oldest railway line,now a footpath,cycle track instead.A misty start ,so quite good for walking,and encounter with a Chinoise student who practiced his Engrish on us and went away scratching his head meatphorically.
A nice walk with sun,but not too hot,emerging at St Thomas hill we caught the 4X bus back to Whitstable,and got off in the town and walked up to the station.
There were 7 of us and we did 7 miles ,so thats 49 man-miles.

THIS is a video, speeded up, of the bike path
and THIS is 20 seconds worth of the railway in 1950
and THIS is some amateur film of the railway.


This Cyclist fell foul of a witch,who turned him to steel.


At least the cows allow the bull a post coital snooze which is more than I've ever had.


No its this way,no its not,its over there,     how are my stocks and shares doing?


One of the ponds created for the steam winding engine .







 and
HERE is some music to brighten your day.



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