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London Underground map that shows every abandoned ‘GHOST STATION’ 26m Updated London Underground map that shows every abandoned ‘GHOST STATION’ 
It has been created by Franklin Jarrier, who not only names these ‘ghost stations’, but indicates the date they closed. His map also shows the actual layout of the London Tube network.
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Incredible black-and-white images from a grand tour of Europe in 190427m Updated Incredible black-and-white images from a grand tour of Europe in 1904
They were bought by a Minnesota photography enthusiast who has spent years trying to trace their provenance. They include policemen in London, fishermen in Holland and farmers in Austria.
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UK walks with a tale to tell – part 11h 59m UK walks with a tale to tell – part 1
Fascinating stories lie at the heart of these autumnal walks. From exploring dark history on the moors to Roman Britain, nature writers follow in fabled footsteps
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A short and sweet history of Kendal Mint Cake22h A short and sweet history of Kendal Mint Cake
Invented ‘by accident’ in the 19th century, this super-sweet confection has become a favourite of walkers and explorers ever since The peppermint walkers’ treat has been produced in Cumbria since 1869. It is widely believed to be the result of a batch of glacier mints that “went wrong”, when confectioner Joseph Wiper left the boiled solution overnight and it turned cloudy and solidified. The recipe consists of sugar, peppermint oil, water and the addition of glucose – which is how it differs from earlier mint confectionery. Romney’s (who bought Wiper’s in 1987), Quiggin’s and Wilson’s are the main brands today. Varieties include both white and brown sugar, chocolate covered, and extra strong – for extra flavour at the high altitudes where the tastebuds are dulled.
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Going for gold: 20 autumn getaways in the UK and Europe25h Going for gold: 20 autumn getaways in the UK and Europe
Walking in the Highlands, cider making in Devon, wine tasting in Tuscany … autumn is the perfect time to escape On the edge of the ancient Forest of Dean, Tudor Farmhouse makes for an atmospheric autumn bolthole, with 20 cosy, characterful bedrooms, open fires and a restaurant serving up food sourced from within a 20-mile radius. This autumn the hotel will be offering guests the chance to join its in-house forager searching for wild garlic, berries, mushrooms and herbs in the surrounding woodland. The hotel’s head chef will then cook up a gourmet lunch using the foraged ingredients.
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