>Silent And Grey

>A february sunday in Whitby.






About teninchwheels

Designer, photographer and Vespa-fixated pub bore. Born in Yorkshire, living in that London these past 20 years. Get in touch at teninchwheels@gmail.com, especially if you'd like to send me some free beer.
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5 Responses to >Silent And Grey

  1. Affer says:

    >That'll be Fortunes in photo 2?When I worked in Whitby, I went down there one Friday lunchtime and bought three pairs of thgeri finest – wrapped, of course, in newspaper as always. Then I forgot to take them home….in fact, didn't even go back to the office until Tuesday……

  2. Leigh says:

    >Nice. Thats' all i'm saying – nice.

  3. TIW says:

    >Affer, we bought kippers 'n' kipper pate – they'd run out of bacon, unfortunately. There were about a dozen tourists with their noses literally pressed against the windows watching us. I also bought a cotton carrier bag for Mrs TIW – and it really does smell like it's been hanging in a smoke house for months.Leigh – cheers!

  4. bikerted says:

    >February in Whitby is not always a good time to be there. The Magpie cafe is often closed.

  5. TIW says:

    >They were queuing to get into the Magpie, Ted. We ended up at Hadleys, on the recommendation of Mr & Mrs TIW snr – absolutely superb. Hand cut chips!

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