I can't say I've encountered many bridges with turnstiles. This one is near Langden Bridge, between Dunsop Bridge village and the confluence of Langden Brook, from the Trough of Bowland, and this, the River Hodder.
Stephen Harrison's insight:
Most definately to deter livestock. Great view of Beatrix and co there. I must get up there soon.
Marine scientists say the state of the world's oceans is deteriorating more rapidly than anyone had realized, and is worse than that described in last month's UN climate report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ...
“The movie had a huge effect on fly fishing,” said John Bailey, a Montana trout fishing guide who worked as a consultant on the film, and the owner of the iconic Dan Bailey’s Fly Shop here, just north of picturesque Paradise Valley.
“Locally, regionally, nationally — the effect was the same. People who maybe had heard about fly fishing but had never done it saw these beautiful surroundings, these great trout streams, and really got a look at the essence of fly fishing. There were a lot of converts as a direct result of that movie.”
RECORDS have been smashed at Stirling today where the Charolais bull, Vexour Garth, sold for 100,000gns.
This is a world record for the breed, for a bull sold at auction in Scotland and for the centre.
Consigned by his breeder, Dutchman, Jan Boomaars, he was presented for sale by Fraser Cormack, Berwick-on-Tweed. The buyer was the Livestock Capital Company, based in the US, but the bull will remain in the UK at stud with semen being exported to the US.
There will be more food, there will be more bickering, but will there be more Michael Caine?
Following the runaway success of The Trip - the Michael Winterbottom directed BBC comedy starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as somewhat fictionalized versions of themselves on a food tour of northern England - word has been circulating for a while about a follow up in which the duo pack up and do it all again in Italy. Yes, it's happening and more to the point it is scheduled to begin principal photography a mere three days from now.
Coogan, Brydon and Winterbottom all return in their respective roles, with The Trip To Italy once again existing as both a six part BBC comedy series and a shorter feature film. Tasty.
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