Industry on The Holy Island of Lindisfarne #Photography

I would never have associated the Holy Island of Lindisfarne with industry, but in the 19th century an existing site was developed and lime kilns, which replaced a previous operation, were built and began production. The lime stone came from quarries on the north side of the island. 

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Dark Skies (DCI Ryan #7) A #Crime #Thriller series by L.J. Ross @LJRoss_author #TuesdayBookBlog

Author: L.J. Ross

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Category: Crime, Thriller, Suspense, Book Review

Beware what lies beneath… 

One fateful, starry night, three friends embark on a secret camping trip but only two return home. Thirty years later, the body of a teenage boy rises from the depths of England’s biggest reservoir and threatens to expose a killer who has lain dormant…until now. 

Beginning with a darkly descriptive prologue, three friends’ on a camping trip in a demolition area results in the murder of one of them. Thinking they are safe because the valley is destined to be a new reservoir, the other two carry on with their lives as normal. Until, thirty-two years later, Oliver and Lisa are having a scuba diving lesson at Kielder Water and Lisa makes a gruesome discovery when she inadvertently dislodges a secret from the depths of the reservoir.

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Brinkburn Priory and Manor House #Photography #SundayBlogShare @EnglishHeritage

Brinkburn Priory is tucked away in a woodland setting by the river, in the Coquet valley, Northumberland. Founded in the reign of Henry I as an Augustinian priory during the 1100s. Despite the quite remote location the Priory was frequently subjected to Scottish raids. It was one of the first monasteries to be closed during Henry VIII’s Dissolution in 1536.

The north entrance is a mixture of Norman and Early English architecture

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