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February 2011

Posts made in February 2011

Newcastle Then York

Taken me a little while to write up, but a week and a bit ago saw a little trip up north for some comedy entertainment, then a romantic Valentine’s break to York. The first part of that wasn’t the best, but the second part was lovely. Details follow.

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Got (Some) Carter

My love for the old “Get Carter” car park in Gateshead has been recorded before. The cries of “progress” (and Tesco) have been heard though and they have finally completed knocking it down. So what happened to all that mighty building. Well, a tiny amount of it ended up in the hands of those who appreciated it, like me. So I have a little bit of Gateshead history

Car Park piece in its container

Car Park piece and leaflet

Transported Back In London

Moving through the list of upcoming things Janet got her trip to the London Transport Museum last Sunday, with a few other bits thrown in.

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Project365: Weeks 1 to 3

Three weeks in, 21 photos on. It’s tough at times (there’s only so much inspiration when all you have to shoot is your lunch time walk. I’ve finally corrected my cameras clock for this week though!

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Dr Ian Scott
Croydon (and Gateshead), United Kingdom
Bullding Services Engineer (EngDesign), PhD in Physics (University of York), football fanatic (Newcastle United), open source enthusiast (mainly Mozilla)

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