blists hill victorian town





because alan told us there was in telford a museum
what looked like the zuiderzee museum we went there
on a real almost autumn day
blists hill







when we entered there
in this smart town ironbridge
what looks great
a beautiful little town
what was was so smart to build so many museums that they always will be visited
not now for industry of iron
but
for the industry of pleasure and knowledge







we used the soap
because
pictured this way
it could be our art

and coming in the museum it was smashing the made an impressive film from the iron the past
fire and the sounds
it was a smashing coming in it

we enjoyed it
some things even more
the man in the bank
who gave us a blists hill coin -the old english ones

the one who showed us how the candles can be made
the one in the post office
who used the seals so great
and showed us

the scones
what i started to eat when it started raining at the end of my visit

the hill and the river


it was harvest day
and in the church
they had all the harvest products
the priest in the church told me
they gave it on the end of the day to the poor
and that sounded nice

enjoyed being there


Sadie Murray

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blists hill victorian town

Dear Jet.. Thank you for sharing your special moment in time with us! I was transported with your photographs and your words. Sadie

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Maki Kosaka

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blists hill victorian town

Dear jet yes, very good photos! you had a very good time in England, didn't you? Imagination, Creation, jet. wish you a happily working!! have a good Sunday, jet! love love Maki

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Konrad Farnbauer-Schmidt

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blists hill victorian town

In Germany it is same on Thanksgiving Day. The farmers spend the best and biggest from the fields. The church donates to poor people. I think this decoration is the best of the year and I even prefer before the X mas decoration.

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Derek Sorensen

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blists hill victorian town

i see it now i didnt get it at first like the poems of e e cummings capital letters are not needed nor are paragraphs or punctuations and we can make the lines as long or a short as we like good spelling is encouraged not demanded and syntax and semantics are op- tional i think we might have been had is it art or artistry who knows

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Marc Shaffer

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blists hill victorian town

Jet, your travels and exploits are always interesting with unique takes on things. Thank you. Have a great weekend. Marc

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Stan Broadhurst

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blists hill victorian town

Ty Jet ...Telford has a great industrial history .... lovely soap Best to all S

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Martin Dewhurst

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blists hill victorian town

It's amazing Jet, I first went here in 1984. My friends Mum and Dad both worked there. Mum ran the Chemist shop and Dad ran the Woodworking Mill. Sadly they're all long since gone, but the memory of them in Victorian costume endures. Thanks for a perfect memory Jet. Martin x

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Alan Bowman

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blists hill victorian town

Dear Jet Many thanks for sharing your visit and truly pleased you enjoyed it. Such an interesting view of the past and thanks for the pictures and reminders and have a great weekend. Kindest regards Alan

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jet rotmans

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blists hill victorian town

dear gordon nice you like i the soap is great great soaps are great too we send you great wishes for a very nice weekend lots of love jet

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Stella Holman "The Connector"

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Thanks for sharing the pictures Jet. L+R Stella xxx

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Gordon Wheaton

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Nice pictures of what looks like a very pretty town Regards Gordon

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