Monthly Archives: November 2018

Ghostly Whisperings

I have had a deep fascination with Wilden Marsh for many years. A new story seems to present itself with every night visit. Moonlit evenings provide the best atmosphere. I’m never lonely or afraid when walking through the blackness of … Continue reading

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The Historic Pratt’s Wharf on Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

The history of Wilden Marsh and its immediate surrounding areas has interested me for some considerable time. I know everywhere has a history, but often much is forgotten, lost or ignored. Industrial activity started at Wilden Village during 1511 with … Continue reading

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River Stour and Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal

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Canal Life Downstream of Falling Sands Viaduct

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Falling Sands Viaduct

A long steam train speeding over Falling Sands Viaduct as I checked the nature area stock fencing yesterday.

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Brutus Bullock-Shetland shows Wayne B. Galloway who’s Boss

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Bill and Ben

Bill and Ben, Wilden Marsh twins, have decided it’s too cold to cross North Pond this morning, so the herd has left these nesh youngsters to fend for themselves. The twins have spent the day lolling about and doing nothing … Continue reading

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