Sunday, 14 August 2022

Local trip

With no trains this Saturday i instead had a bus and tram trip. I took the Metro to the new terminus at Edgbaston Village. Then i walked back to Moor Street - on the way having a look at the splendid Bull which featured at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony, and then took a bus to Bartley Green. You can see my photos here.






Friday, 12 August 2022

Churches (152) : St Nicholas, Wallasey

The parish church of St Nicholas in Wallasey on the Wirral, despite appearances, dates from the early 20th century. Work began on the church in 1910 and it opened the following year. The plan of the church is in the opposite direction to the usual liturgical direction with the chancel at the West. The church has a central tower, North and South aisles on the nave with transepts. There is a Lady chapel to the South and a vestry to the North.

The church was built out of Storeton sandstone. The church is sometimes known as the Golfer's church due to it's proximity to Wallasey golf club!





Wednesday, 10 August 2022

Tuesday, 9 August 2022

Calculators (12) : Olympia LCD220

A late 1970s calculator with an eight digit LCD display and a pleasingly minimalist black case. The calculator has some mathematical functions like square root as well as the standard four arithmetic basics. As the calculator no longer works i don't know what the switch above C/CE does that can toggle between F, A and 2.



Monday, 8 August 2022

Machynlleth

At the weekend i made another trip to Wales, travelling to Machynlleth in West Wales. This is a lovely little town that is well worth a visit. Lots of book and antique shops, i did visit one of the latter but unfortunately no typewriters! You can see my photos here