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Description Two features. Author A.W. Wainwright revisits the Lakeland taking in: Orrest Head, Kendal, Borrowdale and Haystacks also includes the valley of Teesdale on the Pennine Way, Howgill Fells, Penyghent an... more

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Description In this programme, using film shot over the last quarter of a century, we reflect upon the development of steam and celebrate our great railway heritage. It all began in the North of England. The grea... more

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Description This title is from America's number 1 bestselling travel series. Written by more than 175 outspoken travelers around the globe, "Frommer's Complete Guides" help travelers experience places the way loc... more

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Advantagesvivid recreation of northern history

Disadvantagesa lot to fit in, closes too early

...Beamish is a huge open air museum which aims to recreate the experience of every day North East life in times past. It calls itself 'The Living Museum of the North,' and covers over 300 acres of land. The main areas are: The Pit Village, Colliery, Home Farm, Fairground, Railway Station, The Town, Pockerley Old Hall and Waggonway. Many buildings have been transported from other areas...

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AdvantagesGreat prose, funny and warm hearted - like your archetypal northerner

DisadvantagesA little smug in places

...a Londoner and took a different view. In this book Maconie sets out to discover what the north of England is and what it means to those who live there. He starts his journey in Crewe, which, after some deliberation, he decides is the "start" of the north. He does most of his travelling by train, something I must admit I admire, as I find it the most civilised mode of transport myself. He makes a point...

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“Due North”

published 13/08/2014

AdvantagesGood food, not too expensive, lovely place

Disadvantagescan get a bit loud when busy, no disabled toilets

...Neo In my quest to do new things this year I?ve been going to restaurants I?ve never been to before. I?ve also been shaking things up by looking for a new job. Talking to my friend Sloan (who happens to be my partner Allan?s cousin), I had mentioned that I had an interview in North Port in Perth. Rather bizarrely, she had just been talking to a colleague about a restaurant that had just...

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