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Bill Nicholls
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Thursday lunchtime with my wife and a cup of coffee on the downs near work where we had fun watching the clouds and seeing what animals or thinks we could make out . Not much looking towards Didcot But promisin...
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Waiting for Harness
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A great old tradition!! Great cart, nice horses.
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All Saints Hougton
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The photos were taken a few years ago now but show an area of Reading which was devastated by bombs on the 10th Feb 1943. Looking at it now it's hard to believe people died here The statue of Queen Victoria looking towar...
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Not so far away from Greys Court you will find Nuffield Place it was built in 1914 for Sir John Bowring Wimble, a shipping magnate. He died and his widow sold the house to William Morris in 1933. Some of you might ask who was...
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Cloud Watching
Thursday lunchtime with my wife and a cup of coffee on the downs near work where we had fun watching the clouds and seeing what animals  or thinks we could make out .  Not much looking towards Didcot  But promising clouds towards reading We did se rabbits t...
Thursday lunchtime with my wife and a cup of coffee on the downs near work where we had fun watching the clouds and seeing what animals or thinks we could make out . Not much looking towards Didcot But promisin...
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New website by a Flickr member I follow, good for referance on Church's to visit
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So cool,
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The photos were taken a few years ago now but show an area of Reading which was devastated by bombs on the 10th Feb 1943. Looking at it now it's hard to believe people died here The statue of Queen Victoria looking towar...
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I miss Reading and Oxfordshire.
Many years ago I worked there for some months.
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Reading in the Morning
The photos were taken a few years ago now but show an area of Reading which was devastated by bombs on the 10th Feb 1943 . Looking at it now it's hard to believe people died here   The statue of Queen Victoria looking towards the station did not escape unsc...
The photos were taken a few years ago now but show an area of Reading which was devastated by bombs on the 10th Feb 1943. Looking at it now it's hard to believe people died here The statue of Queen Victoria looking towar...
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An Old geek
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I've been called an Historian and Photographer though I claim to neither I'm an old fellow who likes to take photos and reads some history on places I visit. Please consider following me if you enjoy the blogs I write.
All the photos I use are my own unless stated otherwise, please do not use them with out asking first
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Survived shool and an apprentiship, worked 30 years in one place then moved to another. Got married to my beautiful wife we had a couple of kids and just enjoyed life.
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Work as a Vacuum Technichian but more of a jack of all trades
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I can turn my hand to most things and will have a go at fixing anything.
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Most people at work know me as Murphy.
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Cloud Watching
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Thursday lunchtime with my wife and a cup of coffee on the downs near work where we had fun watching the clouds and seeing what animals or t

Reading in the Morning
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

The photos were taken a few years ago now but show an area of Reading which was devastated by bombs on the 10th Feb 1943. Looking at it now

St John the Evangelist Wallingford
graveplace.blogspot.com

St John the Evangelist Catholic Church is the correct name Before there was any Mass centre in Wallingford, a handful of Catholics would hav

Birdhouses and Bulbs...
prunellapepperpot.blogspot.com

Prunella has found the weather rather dismal recently with lots of high winds and heavy downpours. On days like these she likes to cosy up i

Goring Weir
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Goring Weir in the winter sun after all the rain we had, the Thames is flooded but not as high as in other times I have seen it. Goring lock

St Mary-Le-More
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St Mary-Le-More dominates the Market Place in Wallingford, it sits just behind the Town Hall between two roads. I Have passed it many times

Today is our Wedding Anniversary...
prunellapepperpot.blogspot.com

Prunella and Francine are comfortable even though their swing is not adjustable... Stuart is despicable and very indestructible... I'm all i

The Clock House
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

The Clock house is a prominent feature just off what used to be the London to Bath road in Newbury. It replaced a previous feature which I w

Mapledurham House
spuduka.blogspot.com

Last year my wife & I visted Mapledurham House, one place I had wanted to return to for a number of years. It's situated on the edge of the

St Mary Streatley
graveplace.blogspot.com

For me this is a return to this old church. It's situated just along the Thames path and in fact you walk past it at Streatley. You go throu

The Goring Gap
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The Thames flowing towards the Goring Gap taken from Goring Bridge

The Brenford Taylor
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This is about one pub that has had three names and you could say starts with this place you see in the distance which was called the Railway

Return to West Hendred
graveplace.blogspot.com

I have been wanting to return to this church for a long time and finally I managed to return to get some photo's of the inside. Last time I

Smallest Church in America Destroyed by Arson
hwyfly.blogspot.com

This really saddened me to learn about. Evidently this happened right after Thanksgiving last year. Here I have copied a local news report d

Roman Mosaic
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One of the exhibits at the British Museum was this show of early Christian remains from the Roman Empire found in Hinton St Mary Dorset You

2015 Roundup
graveplace.blogspot.com

Like last year I thought I would do a roundup of my favourite Churches from 2015. Since I started writing this blog I have visited nearly 15

The Waterloo
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The Waterloo public house was an old coaching inn along the A329 turnpike just outside Cholsey. Look on an historic Ordnance Survey map and

Merry Christmas
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Merry Christmas I'm signing off for a break but will be back in the new year with more photos, before though I go I would like you to check

Think the place is a little overpriced. Scotch eggs at £3.99 is a bit steep and their muffins were more like stodgy cakes and the worst I have had. The cakes looked nice I will admit and there were quite a few people there having Coffee but I feel they are aiming at an upper class customer rather that someone who just wants a cup of tea and a slice.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I`ve had takaway`s from here for years & it has always been vey good. The service is aways friendly
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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