Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The parents of a baby boy who underwent lifesaving surgery at only four hours old are celebrating his astonishing recovery, Ashton Daley, 28, and her partner, Tom Greenwood, 25, from Huddersfield , were left terrified when they discovered there was something wrong with Albie at a week scan. Doctors at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary told them he had developed a condition known as gastroschisis which meant his bowels were growing outside of his body. They were sent to Leeds General Infirmary LGI for further tests and he was closely monitored over the months that followed. I was so scared to do much while I was pregnant and time seemed to pass very slowly. Although, Friday 13th in an unlucky day for some, for Tom and I, it was the most amazing day as we got to meet our son for the first time. The doctors quickly whisked Albie away leaving Tom comforting me in my hospital bed. Fortunately Albie recovered and was discharged after just four weeks. He was given the all clear at his most recent hospital visit. My brothers and I are all fitness fanatics so this seems like a good challenge to take on, especially as Ashton and her friend are also going to join in, which is very impressive.

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It began in when the British Transport Commission BTC announced the Modernisation Programme which outlined the BTC’s plan to replace old-fashioned steam power with modern diesel and electric traction. How many remember the book’s heady aroma of freshly printed ink? Ian Allan should’ve bottled it; they’d have made a fortune!

This was essentially a typical railway footbridge built on stilts and supported by suspension cables for several hundred yards across Crewe North Junction.

Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A heartbroken mum woke to find her newborn baby boy had died in her arms after they fell asleep together on the sofa. Chelsea Love, 24, had taken Leo, who was just eight days old, out of his bouncy chair when she noticed he was falling asleep and put him on her chest for a cuddle. She intended to return him to his cot but exhausted, she accidentally fell asleep with Leo snuggled up next to her. Baby Leo is pictured here with his mum Chelsea Love She was frantically woken up an hour later by Leo’s father Sam Coles, after he saw his son had changed colour.

Leo was rushed to hospital but despite desperate attempts to save him, he tragically died on October 26, last year. Paying tribute to her son, Miss Love, who is also mum to two-year-old Scarlett, said: Read More Great Thornton Street drug dealer caught red-handed – but goes to jail with judge’s best wishes “As soon as we found out we were having a boy we were just so excited as we already had Scarlett and he just completed our family.

An inquest into Leo’s death heard how the family had enjoyed a trip to Hornsea in the afternoon before the tragedy. Miss Love told the inquest:

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They are my grandparents on my dads side I was never able to meet any of them. They lived in Alabama in Thats the year my dad was born. He lived in Mt. Carmel, IL aound on Poplar Street. He was stationed at Ft. He also had an army buddy by the name Master Sgt John S. Bellinger Garton , South Carolina. Married Haggett of New York.

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It was a spotter’s paradise, and I wish I could have gone there more often, but as the journey involved catching a train from Leeds and changing stations at Manchester, my mother had a morbid fear that her small boy could get lost somewhere along the way. It never dawned on me that she had another, more tangible reason, like ‘Mother Love’, for example, but since she offered no other explanation, her refusal seemed very unfair. Didn’t she realise how important this was to me?

But the answer was an emphatic ‘No, no, no! A few weeks later I met the doyen of young train spotters called Bonzo. Aged thirteen, he was a veritable professor on railways, who taught me all I needed to know about the Stanier ‘Black 5’ two-cylinder s with Belpaire fireboxes, tapered boilers and outside Walschaerts valve gear; the 3-cylinder express variant ‘Jubilee’ class and rebuilt ‘Royal Scots’, and the 4-cylinder ‘Princess Royal’ and ‘Coronation’ class Pacifics.

The ‘Coronations’ included the ex-streamlined locos which had been stripped of their casing in , yet instantly identifiable by their bevelled smokebox tops. The LMS hierarchy was keen to have a crack at the record and upon completion of they invited the press for a special run from London Euston to Crewe on June 29th In order to get the best performance out of the loco a section of the WCML’s maximum speed limit was raised for the attempt, but it wasn’t until the special train got perilously close to Crewe that the LNER record was eventually beaten – the LMS claimed a peak of mph recorded on the chart of the loco’s speed-recorder.

Click on photo to see the full ‘Coronation Scot’ train. It emerged from the works with a double chimney, streamlined casing and painted in red and gold livery. A year after the streamlined casing was removed the loco became upon nationalisation in. A long time allocation to Camden 1B the loco moved to Willesden 1A for a short time and finally Crewe North 5A from where she was withdrawn in September

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However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo. See the list at the bottom of this post for links to the previous installments.

This seriously limited its usefulness and eventually the transfer of goods by the tramway was abandoned, however the bridge continued to give pedestrian access for staff to the works until

A Medieval Maiden from Edinburgh Copyright Edinburgh City Council A series of forensic reconstructions brought the medieval men, women and children found at a burial ground in Edinburgh eerily to life. This medieval female was found with several other women and children in a communal grave. It is unclear if her death and those buried with her were related to the plague or some other infectious disease.

Forensic artists interpreted examinations on the remains of almost men, women and children from the South Leith Parish Church graveyard, which was excavated during preparation work for Edinburgh Trams in None of the graves were created after , with the earliest dated to the 14th century and three-quarters of the burials being complete rather than fragmented.

They found her to be a sub Saharan African living in the Eastbourne area. On display at the Stonehenge Visitor Centre with his upright skeleton beside him, he was born roughly years before the circular ditch and banks, the first monument at Stonehenge, were built. Skeletons preserved in such good condition from the early Neolithic period are very rare. Radiocarbon dating shows that the man died between and BC.

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History of Technology Heroes and Villains – A little light reading Here you will find a brief history of technology. Initially inspired by the development of batteries, it covers technology in general and includes some interesting little known, or long forgotten, facts as well as a few myths about the development of technology, the science behind it, the context in which it occurred and the deeds of the many personalities, eccentrics and charlatans involved. You may find the Search Engine , the Technology Timeline or the Hall of Fame quicker if you are looking for something or somebody in particular.

The Greeks had much more practical incendiary missiles available to them at the time and catapults to throw them long distances Similarly it is reported that Archimedes used his compound pulley system connected to an Iron Claw suspended from a beam to lift the prows of attacking ships out of the water causing them to break up or capsize and sink.

Hover your mouse over the picture for info! To move to the next image hover over the small band of image on the left or right. Notes about the above pictures. The five images are taken from earlier versions of the home page. This picture is shown with the permission of the library and is copyright. More information on the Arch is available in the Estate Section here. Full details of the hall are here. Full details of the sale are here. The history written here won’t change, but how the history of the place will be written ten, twenty or thirty years from now may be very different.

So much so in fact that much of the place will be unrecognisable. I hope this never happens, there are plenty of places which would be better suited to a new town. Destroying Parlington to achieve a new settlement is clearly the final realisation of the original purchase of the estate in ! If you feel you would like to oppose the development you can apply to Leeds City Council, one easy way to do this is to visit save-parlington.

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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email THE date November 19 will be forever etched into the memories of best-selling author Deric Longden and beloved wife Aileen Armitage. For that was the date Deric was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He has suffered a series of mini-strokes which have gradually, and tragically, robbed him of the ability to write.

How impressive is it that a humble nail was so highly treasured that they marked each one with the manufacturers emblem, or initials, I wonder what HW stands for?

Newton St Cyres, Exeter ; quickes. Chaxhill, Westbury-on-Severn, Gloucestershire ; severnandwye. You’ll find it, showcasing a richly veined St Aldhelm’s Blue, a divine Denhay cheddar and much more besides, in the old wagon store. Mill Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset ; townmillcheese. Buy them, as well as herbs, vegetables and fruit, at this, the most southerly farm shop in the British Isles.

La rue au Long, Grouville, Jersey ; holmegrown. A bottle of cognac? A stainless-steel spaghetti measure? This supremely well-stocked food hall has it all, plus home-made ‘ready meals’ to boot. The Market Place, Deddington, Oxfordshire ; butcherdelihamperseventcateringoxfordshire. It doesn’t disappoint, with more than cheeses, along with wines, coffee, biscuits, local conserves and hams.

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