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Throwback Thursday: Post Box, Llandudno, Wales

Some of the first post boxes in the UK, dating from around 1866, were hexagonal in shape, like this one by the promenade in Llandudno with a cap that is decorated with acanthus leaves and which was designed by J W Penfold.

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Breck Hill Recreation Ground, Nottingham

I’ve passed Breck Hill Recreation Ground many times as its not far from Woodthorpe Grange Park but I’d never gone to have a proper look until the other week when I was on a random walk around the area. I went through the gate on what I consider the lower side of the rec ground, opposite to where the children’s playground is. It was very muddy so I didn’t venture in too far; it’s mostly just a large field though there is a nice wooded area that I did photograph.

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Throwback Thursday: The In and Out (Naval and Military Club), London

A private members club it was founded in 1862 by six military officers and based at 18 Clifford House but moved several times over the years until it opened at its present location of 4 St James’s Square in 1999. Originally men only, women are now admitted.

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Woodthorpe Grange Park in the Fog

There was an unusual amount of fog last week that stayed around for several days. On Saturday I decided to head out for a walk and take some photos of the park in the fog. It was very quiet and while not quite as photogenic as when in the snow, still made for some atmospheric photos.

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Throwback Thursday: The Italian Centre, Glasgow

The Italian Centre opened in 1991 and was designed by Page and Park architects. The design is based on an Italian-style palazzo, with a central courtyard and is filled with a mix of residential spaces, offices, cafes and shops.

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Jay

The jay has become a regular visitor to our garden over the last month – even appearing on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. He seems particularly fond of the peanuts I regularly leave out for the squirrel.

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Throwback Thursday: Clock, Colwyn Bay, Wales

This clock, which has certainly seen better days, was outside a restaurant unsurprisingly called The Clock House.

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Throwback Thursday: The Guild Church of St Margaret Pattens, London

St Margaret Pattens is a church near the Monument to the Great Fire of London. The current building was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1687 though records date a previous church on the site from 1067.

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Throwback Thursday: The Rangers, 12th County of London Regiment Memorial

Unveiled in 1923 this memorial on Chenies Street, Camden, is inscribed to “The Memory of 1193 Rangers who died for the Empire.” It also lists the battles in which the regiment fought in the First and Second World Wars. The memorial is close to the former 1882 drill hall from which the battalion departed in August 1914.

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Throwback Thursday: 20 Fenchurch Street, aka The Walkie-Talkie

Nicknamed The Walkie-Talkie because of its distinctive shape construction finished in 2015. It was designed by architect Rafael Vinoly and cost over £200 million to build.

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