Since we started walking the Grand Union Canal, we have made it from London up to Stoke Bruerne.
So far it’s taken us 9 days… That’s been broken up into the following…
Total distance so far: 105.77 miles.
It’s about, I updated the list of Wetherspoons, I’ve visited. Since I can add the following to my list 🙂
- West Kirk, 58a Sandgate, Ayr.
- Counting House, 67-71 Reform Street, Dundee.
- Sir John Moore, 260-292 Argyle Street, Glasgow.
- Last Post, 2 County Square, Paisley.
Check out my full list at www.gordon-valentine.com/travel/jd-wetherspoon-pubs/
Glasgow Central railway station is the busiest in Scotland. But it happens to be, the one I use the least! Mainly due to fast, you can’t get many direct train to it from Peterborough any more. Like you could under the GNER days! Which is one, of the main reasons, I started mainly driving to/from Scotland and stopped using the train!
LNER, is doing a way better job than both National Express East Coast and Virgin Trains East Coast, ever did! But, I still would rate GNER has the best railway franchise the UK ever had!
More photos can be found over at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/railway-stations/glasgow-central/
December turned out to be a good month cycling wise. I did 139.9 miles, which is 106.8 more miles, than I did in, December 2017.
Remember you can follow my cycling adventures over at www.strava.com/athletes/gsvalentine.
Here is the data from December 2018:-
- Total cycles: 8.
- Total Distance: 139.94 miles.
- Total Time: 12:22:54 (h:m:s).
- Avg Speed: 11.3 mph.
- Max Time: 02:31:38 (h:m:s).
- Max Speed: 27.6 mph.
- Avg Distance: 17.39 miles.
- Max Distance: 29.02 (Single cycle)
Data from: Garmin Connect.
Here are my favourite cycling photos from the month:-