Place explored through a personal selection of the lives, novels, art, architecture, poetry and history inspired by England's industrial era.
This short video links key episodes from both books to current locations. There’s more to the M180 than you might think! There are no ordinary places.
Beryl Bainbridge Bradford Castleford CLR James Comedian Ian Smith Cultural Geography Ellen Wilkinson England is Rich Featherstone George Orwell Gerard Benson Get Carter Goole Halifax Harry Hopkins Huddersfield Iain Nairn Isle of Axholme Jack Common JB Priestley Kellingley Kevin Boniface Killingworth Manuscript in a Red Box Minty Alley Morning in the City Nelson Newbiggin-By-The-Sea Newcastle Normanton Pontefract Pre-Raphaelite Psychogeography Robert Westall Rotherham Sean O'Brien Selby Social History Southwold Stuart Maconie Ted Lewis The Division Bell Mystery The Rocket Tom Puddings Vermuyden
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I really enjoyed the post linking the 2 Humber books. The photos and quotes are really good.
We must do something about the music though! This is where I hope Paul Frankl could perhaps help. Are you allowed to put your own music on WordPress websites.
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