Category: Domestic

amalgamating tape

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Amalgamating tape

The Highgate development of flats and houses was completed in 2004 but could easily be mistaken for long-established part of Durham city. Its design has won from praise from CABE and the fiercely-protective City of Durham Trust amongst others.


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Highgate and Tenter Terrace

The landscaped hill [54 46 46 N, 1 35 0 W] behind Durham railway station was donated to the City in the 1850s to become a classic Victorian town park, Wharton Park.

Wharton Park 1

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Wharton Park

Pictures from the same batch as the previous post.

Castle from Milburngate
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The weather in early June has been faultless (beginning to tail off now) providing the perfect opportunity to get some late evening shots (about 8 pm) of Durham city. This first batch is from around the cathedral.

Palace Green

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Durham views: Cathedral

Wisdom tooth

Remains of lower left wisdom tooth after extraction. The tooth was horizontally impacted, causing damage to the molar in front and was starting to decay itself (clearly visible above). With luck, that’s me done with dental trouble for the foreseeable future! (The 1 penny coin is about the same size as a US penny at ~20 mm).


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