Continuing my exploration with Lee Proudfoot of Coalbrookdale and the early Iron masters at Ironbridge in Shropshire, today I take a delightful nature walk. The circular trail takes you from Upper Furnace Pool through the beautiful woodland of Loamhole Dingle returning along the historic Ropewalk where industry once mixed with nature. Loamhole Dingle is a […]
Today I am exploring the Ironbridge Gorge with Lee Proudfoot, historian and guide, and in particular to wonder at the first iron bridge in the world. The Iron Bridge is a bridge that crosses the River Severn, at Coalbrookdale, in Shropshire, England. Opened in 1781, it was the first major bridge in the world to […]
Kevin Hall popped over this week to discuss his plans for the trip he and I are doing later in the year. We thought you might like to know what is coming up. PLEASE SUPPORT THE BALD EXPLORER My videos are funded by people like you. If you enjoy them, please help me make more: […]
Today I am walking with Kevin Hall and exploring the delights of Old Winchester Hill in Hampshire. Old Winchester Hill is a chalk hill surmounted by an Iron Age hill fort and a Bronze Age cemetery. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a National Nature Reserve. Check out Kevin’s Youtube video here: […]
This is the second part of my trip to The Bluebell Railway with the knowledgeable George Timperley. In today’s episode we have a quick look in the on-platform museum and take a ride on a heritage train. Join us for all the thrills and spills. PLEASE SUPPORT THE BALD EXPLORER My videos are funded by […]
Another week goes by. Catch up with the behind the scenes of the Bald Explorer. This week Julia and I have been in Chichester looking at landmarks, walking in Houghton Wood near Bury Hill, searching for a hidden water tower and out in Ashdown Forest with the Bald Explorer Group.