The 87-year-olds who wear Doc Martens and mini-skirts: World's most glamorous pensioners revealed in new documentary
Encouraging and inspiring stuff
I'm so building this next to our current shed. Then on the one nice day we have in Scotland when it isn't raining & I'm not at work, I can relax in my own seaside bar!
These photos give new meaning to the phrase "hauntingly beautiful." It's amazing how each location holds its own breathtaking charm.
The Fleet Sewer - by sub-urban.com on Flickr, 2010.
Urban Exploring - #London
.wow...what a porch! Would be great on one side of the floating dock - use window boxes to grow plants out of
Sensations - Art GCSE
RMS Mauretania at the Canada Dock in Liverpool, 1909.The gentleman in uniform is “Mauretania’s” first Chief Engineer, John Currie. via Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
I could spend an evening (or 12) here...From House & Garden
The original entrance to the East India Docks, c1890. The security of the area was provided by means of tall walls and a private police force. All port police forces in the UK to this day are still private
The voluntary city
Vampire Hunter by PE-Travers }-> repinned by www.BlickeDeeler.de
"If it wasn't for the mist we could see your home across the bay... You always have a green light that burns all night at the end of your dock." Great Gatsby, Green Light Quote