Here are some links to things that
might be connected to other parts of the site or might just be worth a
By the way - that chain on the
left really is made of ice. It
was among the
sculptures at the Ice Hotel, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, in winter
For a history of the music hall theatre and
specifically about London please see this fascinating site.
about performer Arthur Lloyd but there's lots of interesting stuff on
the site about his life and times.
Want to know about the Victorian Cinema? Yes - there really was
a wonderful site for your perusal. Much more detail than the Anorak
could hope to include on the topic.
Protector of historic sites and landscape throughout England and Wales.
This image has been lifted from the site it links to. (and I apologise
now but I hope the owner won't mind, since I'm linking to it)
It's a great site with some fascinating stuff about pubs of the Midlands
there's history and pictures of architecture and it's so much like the
Anorak except for the fact that it's pub based (and so's the Anorak -
given the opportunity!) that it simply had to be included. And
obviously a canal history anorak couldn't resist this sign!
Megalithic Portal For all the megaraks
out there. One of the best guides to all things standing and
stony in and around the UK and some parts of Europe
heaven in the Bristol Channel
The Ice Hotel See
FREE entry to one of the greatest art collections in the North West
Contact the History Anorak
Titus Salt and Salt's
Saltaire, West Yorkshire
Anorak's having great fun playing with Flickr!
the magic of Flickr I have found many great photographers.
Visit the site and check out some for yourself.
site for one of the Anorak's favourite poems.
You'll find lots of Landmark properties mentioned throughout the site.
They rent out historic properties all over the UK and some in Europe
and the US. Most of them are extremely attractive and in beautiful