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Peter Mugridge Jul 1
86 602 at at 12.17 on 21st April 1990.
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D A V I D Jun 12
FYI Carlisle Utd fans: if you can, please spare a couple of quid for the campaign. With no TV revenue and no prospect of fans allowed to attend, lower league football is facing a cliff edge. Please help.
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The Animal Team Jul 24
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Rosie Doc Jul 3
ZIGGY STILL , REWARD FOR INFO FOR HIS SAFE RETURN/NO QUESTIONS. 20/10/18 BLUE/CHIPPED/NEUTERED/MALE HE HAS CROOKED RIGHT EAR BUT MAY HAVE STRAIGHTENED WITH AGE “WAS ONLY A PUP😓 07725034920 🐾🐾 SOME1 KNOWS SOMETHING
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Lisa Clare Read Jun 17
Please RT🙏 Dog FOUND, please see pictures below
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Feature Cumbria Jul 18
Newly refurbished Bank Street Cafe -home of & in Truly wonderful to be back to have a freshly roasted coffee ☕️ Same character but spacious, refreshed & new loos which is fab also. It was great to catch up with Peter & Carol too.
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SD Photography Jul 7
DRS regularly have open days at their depots which raise money for charity and this picture was taken at the first one they ever did at Kingmoor Depot near . 37087 is in the shed with its bonnet open displaying how fitters can access parts of the loco.
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Pete Savin Jul 22
A dedication to Severus Alexander the last Severan emperor who was assassinated in 225AD along with his mother Julia Mamaea, their memory was damned and their names pecked out. The slab was found in in 1893
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Solway Aviation Museum Jul 24
You know it's the weekend when there's another recce challenge to get stuck into! There's all sorts in there this week. Usual deal, comment what you see and I'll post the answers tomorrow.
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Pete Savin Jul 22
An item from the early days of Roman is actually a wooden bung from a barrel stamped the 9th legion which vanished from history in the early 2nd cent the IX is oddly revearsed
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SD Photography Jul 1
EWS 60025 Caledonian Paper sits at the back of Station.⁠ .⁠ This was one of my first pictures I ever took after I borrowed my Dads Canon SLR and went with a friend spotting.⁠
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Gaz Jun 24
Good morning from the Great Border city it’s going to be a belter today so I’m hatching a plan for an early dart from work :-)
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Crossroads House B&B Jul 13
We are delighted with the lovely done on by keyworker Jason who stayed with us a few weeks ago. Such kind words & we look forward to having him stay with us again in future for when he comes to visit 🐎
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Tullie House Jul 8
It's a great day! Lovely to welcome our first visitors back into this great urban space after such a long time.😃
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jane plain Jul 12
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Pete Savin Jul 22
The imagery of riding down your ememy is a common theme within the roman military from soldiers wearing discs to funerary monuments such as this one to Flavinus in Hexham Abbey
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Zoe Lea Jul 1
Only 99p! For less than a socially distanced pint you can get a copy. It's getting good reviews, is about school-run revenge and set in the historic city of Grab it here:
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The Sands Centre May 20
What a night! 🔥 A throwback to Bastille’s big Carlisle show last year. What’s your favourite gig you’ve been to in ? 🥁
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Cycle Law Scotland Jun 19
Today we should have been heading to for . However, the beneficiary charity still needs our collective support so we have made a donation. Perhaps you might like to do the same? See you at Cramond beach in 2021🚴🏻‍♀️😀👍
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Richard Bywater Jul 19
British Rail Class 60 diesel loco 60064 'Back Tor' in Railfreight triple grey livery with LoadHaul branding works a rake of MGR HAA coal hoppers through Carlisle Station 17/5/99 🤓
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