"It's 8th August, and it's our suburban Glasgow week which finally get us to a station that we've been looking forward to going to probably the most ... Wemyss Bay."
Geoff & Vicki are travelling to all 2,563 railway stations in Great Britain!
All The Stations is a project to travel to ALL the national railway stations in Britain over the spring and summer of 2017, and to create an online documentary film about the journey.
Visit the All The Stations website for further details about the project.
A guided tour of stunning Wemyss Bay Holiday Park in Scotland from Parkdean Holiday Parks:
"At Wemyss Bay Holiday Park you can take in the magnificent views of the Scottish landscape overlooking the Firth of Clyde, and only a short ferry crossing takes you to the isles of Arran, Cumbrae and Bute. Take a look around our accommodation, from modern caravans to luxury lodges and excellent facilities available, including live entertainment and a relaxing sauna for some 'me' time. Near the park there are some amazing attractions you must visit, starting off with the winter gardens where you can see a vast array of horticulture which can really brighten up your day. The Vikingar Experience is a great day out to understand what it was like to be a Viking in the past. After all this you must drop in at Nardini’s boasting the best ice cream in Scotland."
http://www.brownandmason.com - Brown and Mason were called in to see if we could use our industrial dismantling skills to make a very careful, controlled demolition in an enclosed site in West Scotland. With explosive expertise required and the inherent demands that placed on us, we used a wealth of support staff to liaise with all our perimeter guards, including boat police, search teams and police cordon staff.
Explosive demolition is a painstaking process and it's with some pleasure we watched the huge tower, Inverkip was one of the largest in Europe, come crashing down in spectacular fashion. The hard work paid off.
Controlled demolition of the Inverkip Power Station Chimney on Sunday 28th July 2013 at 10pm. The chimney was demolished using two explosions 1 second apart. This video includes a slow motion replay.