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Michael Williams, 65, London, author of ‘On The Slow Train’As a boy in the UK in the 1950s and 60s, the most exciting thing you could do was stand at the end of the platform at Kings Cross station.
It still looks the same today but you won’t find many trainspotters. Every trainspotter had to have Ian Allan’s book with all the train numbers in his pocket – and a vacuum flask and Marmite sandwiches made by your mum.
The River Dee - its Upper Reaches (pale blue) from the source (red dot) pass eroding and tempestuous through Wales; the Middle Reaches (dark blue) slow and meander about along the borders, and the Lower Reaches (purple) are estuaraine waters that dip to the sea dumping sediment from upstream.
From the source of the river at springs on the slopes of Dduallt above Llanuwchllyn in the mountains of Snowdonia, through Wales, to its emergence from the Vale of Llangollen; here the young river flows swiftly and the majority of erosion takes place, cutting relatively narrow, steep-sided, "V"-shaped valleys, often with interlocking spurs.
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They claimed descent from Ednyfed Fychan through his son Tudur .
Both erosion and deposition of material takes place, leading to the formation of meanders and occasional changes of course which have in cases left pockets of England "stranded" on the Welsh side of the River Dee.
Hillforts, cairns and stone circles dot the landscape.
Later fortifications come from the Romans (see Roman Chester and Dark Ages) and the Normans (see Earls of Chester).
Almost every old church has its holy well dedicated to its founding saint.
Modern archeaological studies have vastly multiplied the numbers of sites of interest, but many down in the valley of the Dee many sites have been "ploughed flat", with a much better survival rate at higher elevations.
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Later on that same day, along came the grand, mighty, burnished green express locomotive The Flying Scotsman.