My second surprise find in the old burnt out abandoned building I found while crossing a field on a recent evening walk were these old cars. I have some enquiries to make in order to find out what the car is. I thought about an MG Midget and a friend suggested a Sunbeam but if anyone out there recognises it as something else, please let me know in the comments.
It wasn’t just thistles in this field (see previous post). This abandoned and burnt out building held one or two surprises.
A tangled mass of rusty corrugated iron was the first.
Here is a view of a place I have not seen from this angle before– looking over Hendy from one of my evening walks. I have done the walk many times but never ventured quite so far into the field on the hill. The 11 arched railway bridge over the River Loughor can be seen from other vantage points but none of them have the same green landscape in the foreground – buildings and telegraph lines tend…
Due to my car breaking down recently (on top of a Welsh mountain), I found myself having to use buses to get to work for the first time in – well, I can’t think how long.
These photos and sounds may be familiar to those who use buses all the time, but for me,I came to the experience with a new ear and eye. The first bus I took seemed a bit of rickety old thing but this just made for a fascinating…
#classic #architecture in #swansea The Grand Hotel opposite the railway station - a real #beauty #buildings