Trainspotting types

Trainspotting types

A recent visit to the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester provided an opportunity of enjoying the museum’s collection of trains. Is it a bit trainspottery to experience a frisson of nostalgic excitement when looking at old railway engines?

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Tea Time

Tea Time

It’s obvious that this timepiece has been carefully conceived and lovingly made, albeit by someone with the craft skills of an apprentice plumber:  let’s just say the engineering is more Meccano set than Rolex finesse.

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Readjusting the immortal memory

Readjusting the immortal memory

Contrary to popular opinion, Scotland’s top hero isn’t actually Mel Gibson (AKA William Wallace). In the popularity stakes Jackie Stewart doesn’t take poll position either and even Sean Connery has to take a back sheat. In fact, ‘the people’s poet’ Robert Burns is ‘the people’s choice’ when it comes to favourite Scot of all time. Today is his birthday.

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Don’t skimp on creativity

Don’t skimp on creativity

Through our association with business incubator The Food Foundry we were recently approached by the founders of The Wings Co. – an Australian start-up specialising in buffalo chicken wings – to design their brand identity.

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