patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 14, 2018

the tenth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / "... the morning smile at Newcastle Central station, when longhair Tom blond husband greets the bearded stranger of telephones ..." [recorded at 11:50 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 13, 2018

the ninth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / In memory of Elizabeth Brown and Robert Heir, both killed in a collision between two trains just south of Newcastle Central Station, on Friday August 17th, 1951. [recorded at 07:28 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 12, 2018

the second of the eighth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / recorded just after i saw my Pal Anna come out of the Paperchase; she told me about jamais vu [recorded at 17:24 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 12, 2018

the first of the eighth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / Once he lived six weeks on the roof of Newcastle Central Station. At night-time he crept down and manipulated signals to stop goods trains. After rifling them he reset the signals and clambered back to the roof. He climbs like a cat.  [recorded at 16:26 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 11, 2018

the seventh of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / NZ 2463 NW NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NEVILLE STREET (south side) 22/408 and 23/408 Motorail Terminal G.V. II Goods station entrance. Circa 1870 for North Eastern Railway. Sandstone ashlar; cast iron posts and brackets to glass canopies. Front wall of one storey, 7 bays has panels, with open arches, in first and fourth bays; lunettes in others, paired in bays 3-6, with keystoned surrounds. Hipped glass roof has ridge vent. Iron posts, with octagonal plinths, leaf capitals, and brackets with circles in spandrels, support glass roof over platforms. [recorded at 13:50 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 10, 2018

the sixth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / it is the hundredth day of the year [recorded at 18:12 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 9, 2018

the fifth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / fwiw, that squeak is the station entrance's automatic door closing [recorded at 07:26 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 8, 2018

the fourth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / STRANGE SCENES AT NEWCASTLE STATION. A STUDY IN 'MAKESHIFT.' (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT) [recorded at 11:30 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 7, 2018

the third of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / Greeted at Newcastle Central Station by the most furious display of Gnostic graffiti in the gentleman’s room walls that I had ever seen on the planet... [recorded at 21:29 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 7, 2018

the second of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / Railway buildings ought to do much for architecture : being quite a new class of structures, erected for purposes unknown until the present age, or, we may say, the present generation, they suggest, or ought to suggest, a character of their own, and fresh combinations in design ; and being generally upon an extensive scale, they afford opportunities that have hitherto been of rare occurrence. They are, moreover, especially public works — structures constantly seen by thousands and tens of thousands of persons ; and might, therefore, do much towards improving the taste of the public. [recorded at 17:33 approx.]

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