In the second part about the visit to Bodmin Railway I reflect on the opposite of leaving – arriving.
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A short journey on the Bodmin Railway reminds me that leaving or meeting someone can be an emotional experience. In a connected world this is perhaps less of an issue but when railways were in their heyday and long distance communication was by letter or telegram journeys were probably a lot more significant.
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The early morning was still cool but you could feel that the day was going to be hot. In the car park there is one other car that belonged to bird watchers who arrived long before I did.
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Take a look at these pictures, can you identify the location before you see the map?
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How I learnt about English civics and wondered about free will.
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In which we find that crimes endure but punishments change.
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The Chill of the building tells you about the discomfort prisoners must have felt.
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