Tuesday, 29 September 2015
Sunday, 13 September 2015
Half of Team Sheila working hard on the tombola, between face-painting and the tuck shop. Just out of sight is the bar, serving Blonde at £2.50 amongst a lot of other beers and things. It's the longest time I've been so close to a drink and not indulged, though I eventually did at 6.15pm having been there since 11.30am.
Overlooking the brewery is one of eight iconic towers housing the floodlights that kept Healey Mills marshalling yard working day and night. Opened in 1963, the 140-acre site was once one of Europe’s largest yards
Posted by David Walker at 05:02