I am a 35-year-old guy, who lives in Stamford, in the East Midlands, England. I was born in Chorley, Lancashire, England, on the 29th September 1979. Most people don’t believe me that I was born in England due to my strong Scottish accent. My star sign is Libra. I am 5’9” tall, 30″ waist, with blonde hair, which is sometimes short, sometimes long. I have light brown eyes. Which most people think are very sexy. I just don’t see it, myself.

Sep 152019

Below are the top three most looked at photos on this website during September 2019.

Number 1 (37 views) : Team KATUSHA ALPECIN 2018

Number 2 (36 views) : Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit
Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit

Number 3 (26 views) : Elton and Orston railway station
Elton and Orston railway station

Sep 142019

The World’s Most Beautiful Railway (more4 | 10:00pm to 11:05pm | Monday 16th September 2019)

Staff at Haymarket get ready as thousands of Spice Girls fans descend on Edinburgh. On the West Highland Line, newly qualified conductor Sean joins mum Angela, who drives the train.

Saving Lives at Sea (BBC 2/HD | 8:00pm to 9:00pm | Tuesday 17th September 2019)

A lifeboat crew in Dorset faces the challenge of getting urgent medical aid to a rock climber, who has fallen more than 40 feet and landed on an inaccessible rocky ledge. In Cornwall, a paraglider misjudges his launch and ends up crashing into the sea, while the Redcar crew search for a man who has drifted over a mile offshore in a small toy dinghy.

Sink or Swim (Channel 4/HD | 9:15pm to 10:15pm | Tuesday 17th September 2019)

The day of the cross-channel swim is approaching, and after 12 weeks of gruelling training, the experts decide which of the celebrities is up to the challenge of undertaking a 22-mile relay to France. The team must work together and brave harsh weather and the limits of their own endurance to complete the crossing.

The Great Model Railway Challenge (Channel 5/HD | 8:00pm to 9:15pm | Friday 20th September 2019)

Three teams of modellers are given three days to create masterpieces based on the theme of best-selling book. The Seven Pillars of Wisdom by TE Lawrence (aka Lawrence of Arabia) is the inspiration for the Scarborough Flyers, sci-fi fans the Rail Riders choose HG Wells’ classic War of the Worlds as their muse, while Team Phoenix’s layout is inspired by various tomes by the queen of crime, Agatha Christie. As usual presenters James Richardson and Tim Shaw are joined by expert judges Kathy Millat and Steve Flint.

Celebrity 5 Go Motorhoming Unpacked (Channel 5/HD | 10:15pm to 11:15pm | Friday 20th September 2019)

Leaving Loch Lomond and the midges behind, Lesley Joseph, Don Warrington, Melvyn Hayes, Nick Heyward and Cleo Rocos travel over the sea to Skye via the Glenfinnan Viaduct, a structure made famous by the Harry Potter films. Once on the isle, they are told a tall tale by a kilted Scotsman, almost get blown off the Quiraing and walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs. The excitement isn’t over, as they get to sample scallops straight from the sea. Finally the five all get down to a traditional Scottish ceilidh, which they discover is a lot easier to do than to spell.

All TV guide information taken from DigiGuide —

Sep 132019

Somehow, I ended up cycling 13 miles on Friday the 13th! How unlucky is that? LOL!

Check out, the route I took over at

Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit
Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit

Sep 132019

That’s me just completed week 2 of “The Escape Plan” Strava Challenge, still got another 2 weeks to go!

To complete the whole challenge, I’ve got to commit to being active 5 days a week for 4 weeks. Which is easy to do, walk Cooper every day or go a cycle, done job! But each activity, needs to be at least 15 minutes to qualify!

Sep 122019

That’s way better! Just had my hair cut, for the third time this year! All ready for going to Cyprus next week!

Before hair cutAfter hair cut

Sep 122019

That’s me completed another Strava challenge. This time “The ROKA Summer 60“ challenge.

Please do check out my profile at and better still follow me. Oh and do remember, if it’s not on Strava, it did not happen! FACT!!!!

Sep 102019

That’s me now done 85% of #walk1000miles. So 850.06 miles down and only 149.94 miles left to go!

Keep up-to-date with all my cycling and walking adventures over at

Sep 102019

More about, how I feel turning 40! Done even more railway stations. Plus why, I really do hate flying!

Sep 092019

Wemyss Bay railway stationWOW! That’s me done 99 new railway stations so far, this year! At the start of the year, I had only done 93 stations, that’s now jumped to 192.

Here is the list of ones, that I’ve done so far this year…

  1. Acton Central
  2. Aldermaston
  3. Ambergate
  4. Angel Road
  5. Arrochar and Tarbet
  6. Ayr
  7. Balloch
  8. Barrhead
  9. Beeston
  10. Birmingham Moor Street
  11. Brondesbury
  12. Brondesbury Park
  13. Brundall
  14. Brundall Gardens
  15. Buckenham
  16. Burton Joyce
  17. Caledonian Road & Barnsbury
  18. Camden Road
  19. Camelon
  20. Cannon Street
  21. Canonbury
  22. Cantley
  23. Charing Cross
  24. Charlton
  25. Collingham
  26. Corby
  27. Dalreoch
  28. Dalston Junction
  29. Didcot Parkway
  30. Duffield
  31. East Midlands Parkway
  32. Elton and Orston
  33. Falkirk Grahamston
  34. Finchley Road & Frognal
  35. Fiskerton
  36. Gospel Oak
  37. Greenwich
  38. Hackney Central
  39. Hackney Downs
  40. Hampstead Heath
  41. Harringay Green Lanes
  42. Hatton
  43. Helensburgh Central
  44. Highbury and Islington
  45. Hungerford
  46. Hyndland
  47. Kensal Rise
  48. Kentish Town West
  49. Kettering
  50. Kilburn High Road
  51. Kintbury
  52. Kirkcaldy
  53. Langley Mill
  54. Lapworth
  55. Leamington Spa
  56. Lingwood
  57. London Euston
  58. London Liverpool Street
  59. Long Buckby
  60. Long Eaton
  61. Matlock Bath
  62. Melton Mowbray
  63. Metheringham
  64. Neilston
  65. New Cross
  66. Newark Castle
  67. Newbury
  68. Newbury Racecourse
  69. North Walsham
  70. Northampton
  71. Norwich
  72. Olton
  73. Oxford
  74. Perth
  75. Plumstead
  76. Polmont
  77. Port Glasgow
  78. Queen’s Park (London)
  79. Reading
  80. Rolleston
  81. Ruskington
  82. Seven Sisters
  83. Sleaford
  84. Solihull
  85. South Acton
  86. South Hampstead
  87. South Tottenham
  88. St Neots
  89. Stratford
  90. Stratford International
  91. Thatcham
  92. Tottenham Hale
  93. Warwick
  94. Warwick Parkway
  95. Waterloo East
  96. Wemyss Bay
  97. West Hampstead
  98. Westerton
  99. Willesden Junction
Sep 082019

I can now tick off, Norwich railway station.

Class 755 and Class 90 at Norwich railway station
Norwich railway station
Class 37 at Norwich railway station

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