The riverside location in the city centre of Liverpool has undergone many changes since I left the city in 1972, not all for the better.
The Angel of the North, believed to be the largest sculpture of an angel in the world, reduces its solitary visitor to a Lilliputian scale.
A rest from retail therapy on a quiet Saturday afternoon in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Climbers on the craggy escarpment below Hadrian’s Wall, a former defensive fortification of the Roman province of Britannia – that’s England by the way. It originally ran a total of 73 miles (117.5 kilometres) across England from Wallsend on the River Tyne in the east, to Bowness-on-Solway on the west coast. Built near the borderContinue reading “Tales of Hadrian and Robin”