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Bed And Breakfast In Blackpool


bed and breakfast in blackpool
    breakfast
  • the first meal of the day (usually in the morning)
  • provide breakfast for
  • Have this meal
  • eat an early morning meal; "We breakfast at seven"
    blackpool
  • a resort town in Lancashire in northwestern England on the Irish Sea; famous for its tower
  • Blackpool is a seaside town and unitary authority in Lancashire, England. Situated along the coast of the Irish Sea, it has a population of 142,900, making it the third-largest settlement in North West England behind Manchester and Liverpool.
  • A seaside resort in northwestern England; pop. 144,500
  • Blackpool is a British television musical comedy drama serial, produced in-house by the BBC. It was screened on BBC One as six one-hour episodes on Thursday nights at 9pm from 11 November to 16 December 2004.
    bed
  • The time for sleeping
  • furnish with a bed; "The inn keeper could bed all the new arrivals"
  • A piece of furniture for sleep or rest, typically a framework with a mattress and coverings
  • a plot of ground in which plants are growing; "the gardener planted a bed of roses"
  • a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep; "he sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"
  • A place or article used by a person or animal for sleep or rest
bed and breakfast in blackpool - The Blackpool
The Blackpool Highflyer: A Jim Stringer Mystery (Jim Stringer Mysteries)
The Blackpool Highflyer: A Jim Stringer Mystery (Jim Stringer Mysteries)
It is the summer of 1905 and Jim Stringer is copiloting a special train filled with overheated excursionists headed to Blackpool, the seaside resort on the English coast. At the moment when the train picks up speed, a huge rock comes into view farther down the tracks; it lies directly in their path. Full stop of the engine; full steam ahead with the mystery.
As he did in The Necropolis Railway, Stringer doffs his railway hat and dons his detective’s derby, assisted once more by "the wife" and her brilliant detecting skills. Capturing the world of railway stations and locomotives during the Edwardian Age, The Blackpool Highflyer carries readers to a place where dark shadows lurk behind innocence and the solution to the mystery waits at the end of the line.
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Blackpool A708DAU Market St 21Jul11c
Blackpool A708DAU Market St 21Jul11c
Blackpool Transport Olympian 408 at Market St, Blackpool on service 20 to Midgeland Road which is not on the destination blind. No alternative destination is provided, just the number 10 and the line 1 route branding on the sides!
Blackpool, Preston & Blackburn from Belthorn
Blackpool, Preston & Blackburn from Belthorn
The view from Belthorn - Over to the Irish Sea, with Blackpool Tower, Preston, Deepdale and Ewood Park all visible. Not a bad view considering it wasn't the clearest of days (note the clouds!).

bed and breakfast in blackpool
bed and breakfast in blackpool
Blackpool Highflyer, The
‘A steamy whodunnit . . . This may well be the best fiction about the railways since Dickens.’ Independent on Sunday‘Genuinely gripping . . . The sort of thing D. H. Lawrence might have written had he been less verbose or been blessed with a sense of humour.’ Peter Parker, Evening Standard (Books of the Year)A superbly atmospheric thriller of sabotage, suspicion and steam, The Blackpool Highflyer brings a new twist to tales of Edwardian England and amateur sleuthing. Assigned to drive holidaymakers to the seaside resort of Blackpool in the hot summer of 1905, Jim Stringer is happy to have left behind the grime and danger of life in London. But his dreams of beer and pretty women are soon shattered – when his high-speed train meets a huge millstone on the line . . .‘A clear winner in literary crime writing . . . Dazzling attention to detail and quality writing from one of our best contemporary male novelists.’ Daily Express

‘A steamy whodunnit . . . This may well be the best fiction about the railways since Dickens.’ Independent on Sunday‘Genuinely gripping . . . The sort of thing D. H. Lawrence might have written had he been less verbose or been blessed with a sense of humour.’ Peter Parker, Evening Standard (Books of the Year)A superbly atmospheric thriller of sabotage, suspicion and steam, The Blackpool Highflyer brings a new twist to tales of Edwardian England and amateur sleuthing. Assigned to drive holidaymakers to the seaside resort of Blackpool in the hot summer of 1905, Jim Stringer is happy to have left behind the grime and danger of life in London. But his dreams of beer and pretty women are soon shattered – when his high-speed train meets a huge millstone on the line . . .‘A clear winner in literary crime writing . . . Dazzling attention to detail and quality writing from one of our best contemporary male novelists.’ Daily Express

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