A beautiful old bridge, Ian Cook photographs and shares monochrome images and a brief history of the Wylam Railway Bridge, Northumberland.
At Weymouth, England, a habitation designed to attract helpful insects, including beetles, and some amusing insect models.
PortMoresby's walk along the Thames Path continues with a visit to one of the "most complete survivals of 17th century fashion and power."
The Abbey Church in, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, is the second largest parish church in the country and a former Benedictine monastery.
Three museums in Liverpool examine the city's history and culture, and are not afraid to show both the best and the worst parts.
At the People's History Museum in Manchester, England, a reminder of how the Industrial Revolution changed our relationship with time and with others.
PortMoresby returns to London and the River Thames, walking along the 184 mile national path that follows one of world’s most famous waterways, from rural idyll, through dynamic London and beyond.
Waiting like a dog whose master might be eating inside, this gorgeous specimen advertises the Iberian ham to be had inside.
Ian Cook shares the fascinating story of an English railway so old that it pre-dates the steam engine, and is still running today.
Talented Landscape Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a photo of the Fells around Reeth in the Yorkshire Dales.
A bit of history today, as GarryRF tells us the story of these early steam-driven farm machines, and the origin of 'horsepower.'
A great reflection of Tyne Bridge, Newcastle Upon Tyne, captured by ViewfromtheChair photography
St Pancras International and the St Pancras Hotel, once tagged for demolition, live on to serve, and to captivate hearts anew.
Unveiled by Queen Elizabeth on the 60th anniversary of World War II's end, the statue honors all the roles women played in winning the war.
Angel of the North, Gatehead, North East UK. A contemporary sculpture of an angel set on a hill, completed in 1988. The scupture measures 20 m (66 ft) tall and 54 m (177 ft) across.