Monday, 9 February 2015

1244 : Muscles And Prams Up George Street


You need powerful leg muscles to get up a street like this: muscles trained in factories and mills, honed to perfection carrying sacks and bales. It is the kind of street that would have made my old aunties shake their Yorkshire heads and mutter "wouldn't fancy pushing a pram up here".

5 comments:

Chairman Bill said...

Just crying out for a woolsack race, like we have here in the Cotswolds.

L. D. said...

It looks like a difficult climb. I seems too steep to be practical and yet nothing could be altered to make it less of a struggle.

Roy said...

((Puff)) ((pant)) (((wheeze))) Man, that's not a hill I'd want to be faced with!

Georgina Malcolm said...

Oh dear I get vertigo just thinking about walking down that hill.

Lisa B said...

Living in the country, my mother says the same thing about narrow lanes (and prams).