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Port Carlisle: canals and ships and trains

When the tide is out, Port Carlisle’s former life is laid bare in stark, dark shapes. A line of rotten wooden stumps, marching out across the mud, scarcely hints that here was once the steamer pier. Out beyond the whale-back … Continue reading

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Capturing memories: the ‘Remembering the Solway’ oral history project

‘I’ve enjoyed every single bit of it – every interview, every person has been a sheer gem,’ Jean Graham told us at the celebration that marked the end of the oral history project, Remembering the Solway. ‘And how marvellous it … Continue reading

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