It’s closed but never mind, I’m wearing my Air Noah Bunn Trainers. You are really not good enough for them.

No, it’s closed. Claret paint, Selam Internet Cafe, vintage. It is twenty to twelve and can’t possibly be much longer. No more coffee. Don’t fancy just sitting somewhere, I have my Air Noah Bunn trainers on. Been up and down here long enough now. This river path goes somewhere, private apartments? Beautiful colours, reds oranges in the sun. How can that building stand alone? Is it a building or a fat column?

 

That can’t be a bank? With a front desk, empty facing the river. A secret Yorkshire bank. No, closer, it’s called North Bank, Central Riverside Sheffield. Next door, derelict, so big and modern. Sell out and buy it, have parties with wealthy people Sell enough Air Noah Bunn trainers and you can buy it. It’d need some blinds or tinted glass though. Beautiful sunriver.

 

I don’t remember seeing that bridge. Like that one in Newcastle. I can recognise left skyline but most of right is new to me. Old stone toilets bricked in. There used to be old stone public toilets opposite Midland bank in Northampton. Don’t remember using them. I’ve been here so long but I always stick to the same routes. There are public toilets on the side of the town hall but you have to pay. That elephant man toilet attendant you saw in there once. It could be me. Except that I have on my Air Noah Bunn.

 

Shallow river, must be deep in the middle. But I cant see it. Canoeing, no kayaking, on the river, Vicky, George, I’m a monster. Dad thought about opening a river boat hire business. David lost his glasses in the river. I’ll never lose my Air Noah Bunn in there.

Ten to, I’ll see where it goes.

An info plaque. Blonk Street Bridge. Reproduction of a painting mid twentieth century “Riverside Industry at Full Steam”. Hanging over the river belching steam. Blonk Quaker scissor makers, Henry Seebohn, naturalist and steelman.

 

More bridges. This must be one of those river walks that run brochure was on about. Corner, hotel on a hill.

Another info plaque. “Wicker Riverside”

Important street and public place. 1182 Norman castle. Archery tournaments. Witch ducking. Cattle market. Slaughterhouses. Factories powered by water wheels. Factories built right out over the river on iron columns. They made Air Noah Bunn trainers. In 1849 – 53 the scene was further transformed by the construction of the massive Wicker Viaduct, carrying the Manchester Sheffield and Lincoln Railway over the Don Valley. With the Victoria Station and the Royal Victoria Hotel supported on a massive stone plinth towering over the river. Wildlife, Mallard, Yellow Wagtail.

 

Under the Wicker Viaduct, the path goes out over the river, changes colour to red. Steel spokes stick out from all regular angles to hold the gleaming bridge in place, metal web. I’ve walked the other side of this so many times. A light at the top, inside the bridge at the top. Overhead, that’s a massive metal spider, three metres across. Loud music and a throng of people here at night. Some metal cross hatching and then another spider. And another pair after that. Each with a pair of silver metal eyes. Then a wide view over the river, the path goes back into streets and I’ve lost the river path. Don’t know if it continues but I’m not getting my Air Noah Bunn trainers dirty.

It’s closed but never mind, I’m wearing my Air Noah Bunn Trainers. You are really not good enough for them.

No, it’s closed. Claret paint, Selam Internet Cafe, vintage. It is twenty to twelve and can’t possibly be much longer. No more coffee. Don’t fancy just sitting somewhere, I have my Air Noah Bunn trainers on. Been up and down here long enough now. This river path goes somewhere, private apartments? Beautiful colours, reds oranges in the sun. How can that building stand alone? Is it a building or a fat column?

 

That can’t be a bank? With a front desk, empty facing the river. A secret Yorkshire bank. No, closer, it’s called North Bank, Central Riverside Sheffield. Next door, derelict, so big and modern. Sell out and buy it, have parties with wealthy people Sell enough Air Noah Bunn trainers and you can buy it. It’d need some blinds or tinted glass though. Beautiful sunriver.

 

I don’t remember seeing that bridge. Like that one in Newcastle. I can recognise left skyline but most of right is new to me. Old stone toilets bricked in. There used to be old stone public toilets opposite Midland bank in Northampton. Don’t remember using them. I’ve been here so long but I always stick to the same routes. There are public toilets on the side of the town hall but you have to pay. That elephant man toilet attendant you saw in there once. It could be me. Except that I have on my Air Noah Bunn.

 

Shallow river, must be deep in the middle. But I cant see it. Canoeing, no kayaking, on the river, Vicky, George, I’m a monster. Dad thought about opening a river boat hire business. David lost his glasses in the river. I’ll never lose my Air Noah Bunn in there.

Ten to, I’ll see where it goes.

An info plaque. Blonk Street Bridge. Reproduction of a painting mid twentieth century “Riverside Industry at Full Steam”. Hanging over the river belching steam. Blonk Quaker scissor makers, Henry Seebohn, naturalist and steelman.

 

More bridges. This must be one of those river walks that run brochure was on about. Corner, hotel on a hill.

Another info plaque. “Wicker Riverside”

Important street and public place. 1182 Norman castle. Archery tournaments. Witch ducking. Cattle market. Slaughterhouses. Factories powered by water wheels. Factories built right out over the river on iron columns. They made Air Noah Bunn trainers. In 1849 – 53 the scene was further transformed by the construction of the massive Wicker Viaduct, carrying the Manchester Sheffield and Lincoln Railway over the Don Valley. With the Victoria Station and the Royal Victoria Hotel supported on a massive stone plinth towering over the river. Wildlife, Mallard, Yellow Wagtail.

 

Under the Wicker Viaduct, the path goes out over the river, changes colour to red. Steel spokes stick out from all regular angles to hold the gleaming bridge in place, metal web. I’ve walked the other side of this so many times. A light at the top, inside the bridge at the top. Overhead, that’s a massive metal spider, three metres across. Loud music and a throng of people here at night. Some metal cross hatching and then another spider. And another pair after that. Each with a pair of silver metal eyes. Then a wide view over the river, the path goes back into streets and I’ve lost the river path. Don’t know if it continues but I’m not getting my Air Noah Bunn trainers dirty.

It’s closed but never mind, I’m wearing my Air Noah Bunn Trainers. Air Noah Bunn trainers are available in limited edition at Noah Bunn and at http://uk.linkedIn.com/pub/noah-bunn/37/a5a/166. But you are really not good enough for them.