Hand-Woven Shildon Damask Rug

Hand-Woven Damask Wool Rug (2' x 3') (Teal-(2' x 3')), Green, Size 2' x 3'

Hand-Woven Shildon Damask Rug

2 bed terraced house to rent in Bouch Street, Shildon DL4 -              £300 pcm

2 bed terraced house to rent in Bouch Street, Shildon DL4 - £300 pcm

Hand-Woven Shildon Damask Wool Rug (8' x 10') - Free Shipping Today - Overstock.com - 17546902 - Mobile

Hand-Woven Damask Wool Rug (8' x 10') (Teal-(8' x 10')), Green, Size 8' x 10'

Hand-Woven Shildon Damask Wool Rug (8' x 10') - Free Shipping Today - Overstock.com - 17546902 - Mobile

Jubilee Road, Shildon DL4 2AL

Jubilee Road, Shildon DL4 2AL

Byerley Road, Shildon DL4 1HT

Byerley Road, Shildon DL4 1HT

SHILDON SLEEVELESS DRESSSHILDON SLEEVELESS DRESS NVY HORSE

SHILDON SLEEVELESS DRESSSHILDON SLEEVELESS DRESS NVY HORSE

Een paar dagen voor kerstmis wordt 's avonds het lichaam van Caroline Hartley gevonden door haar partner Veronica Shildon. Het is een lieflijk tafereel – het haardvuur brandt, Vivaldi klinkt uit de luidsprekers en de kerstboom is versierd – afgezien van Caroline, die naakt is en onder het bloed zit.

Een paar dagen voor kerstmis wordt 's avonds het lichaam van Caroline Hartley gevonden door haar partner Veronica Shildon. Het is een lieflijk tafereel – het haardvuur brandt, Vivaldi klinkt uit de luidsprekers en de kerstboom is versierd – afgezien van Caroline, die naakt is en onder het bloed zit.

a model at the National Railway Museum Shildon

a model at the National Railway Museum Shildon

St. John’s Church, Shildon | ukwatercolours

St. John’s Church, Shildon | ukwatercolours

This is my Lego version of the DRS 'Flatrol' nuclear flask wagon. The first batches of them, totalling eight, were built at Ashford in 1976 and 1978. Two more were built at Shildon in 1982, seven at Swindon in 1986 and the main batch of 34 were built by Procor (UK) Ltd two years later. They are used to carry spent nuclear fuel in flasks from various BNFL power stations to the Sellafield reprocessing plant in Cumbria.

This is my Lego version of the DRS 'Flatrol' nuclear flask wagon. The first batches of them, totalling eight, were built at Ashford in 1976 and 1978. Two more were built at Shildon in 1982, seven at Swindon in 1986 and the main batch of 34 were built by Procor (UK) Ltd two years later. They are used to carry spent nuclear fuel in flasks from various BNFL power stations to the Sellafield reprocessing plant in Cumbria.

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