Two highlights stick out in January. The first was my visit to West Norwood Cemetery in London.
And of course my visit to Brooklands Museum in Weybridge with its collection of heritage aircraft, cars and buses.
I was also able to walk around the National Memorial Arboretum which was quite an experience.
My birthday month, I visited Ryecroft Cemetery in Walsall in that month and ended up making two visits to find the many war graves in it. It was a very interesting place.
During that month I was able to travel with the Gloucester Wawickshire Railway (GWR)
This was the first of two trips that I did with the railway.
Of course one other highlight from that month was the visit that we made to the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol
In September I visited yet another famous bridge, this time it was the Mythe Bridge in Tewkesbury
Every November I remember those who paid the price in wars, and last November was no different.
In December I moved house again so did not have too much time to do very much, however I did do a retrospective look at Drydocks
And that was my year. And a very interesting one it was too, although at times I did find it very stressful. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Unfortunately I did not watch the statistics too well this year, but at the time of doing this post (01/02/2016) things looked like this:
Thank you to all of those who contributed to the 110 374 pageviews. Lets try for 200 000 by this time next year!
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