Porter Brook - also known as the river Porter, a tributary of the Don, runs down from the moors through three parks, into the city centre, where it joins the Don. It was a major industrial river at one time with a number of knife-grinders occupying what can only be described as sheds, with ponds built to store the water and drive the wheel that powered the grinding wheel. One of these, Shephers's Wheel, still exists - named after a man called Shepherd, not the animal tender :-)
Travelled north yesterday - not sure what Inet connection I'm going to have for next few days.
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