The Aberdeen train arrives at Carlisle

Saturday 21st November 2015, 9.10am (day 1,549)

Carlisle station, 21/11/15

The run ends, as I finally get out somewhere, after 29 days spent only at home or in Manchester. One reason this happened was that the weather through November has been very poor and prevented me from getting up to the Lakes for a walk, but finally we had a decent day today and I managed to bag my last two Wainwrights — the story of which will be up later tonight on my other blog.  This involved a long journey round to the other side of Cumbria, hence my presence at Carlisle station early this morning (well, it’s early if you have to get to Carlisle from Yorkshire, anyway).

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4 thoughts on “The Aberdeen train arrives at Carlisle

    • Drew Whitworth says:

      Settle-Carlisle sure is a good example of something that was saved through the campaigning of dedicated volunteers…

  1. pixieannie says:

    I love this….particularly the light on the platform, contrasted with the red rucksack and lonesome passengers.

  2. […] which have left several places I am quite fond of under considerable amounts of water, including Carlisle (featured on this blog only just over two weeks ago), Lancaster and various chunks of the Lake […]

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