The Great Train Robbery was the robbery of £2.6 million from a Royal Mail train heading from Glasgow to London on the West Coast Main Line in the early hours of 8 August 1963, at Bridego Railway Bridge, Ledburn, near Mentmore in Buckinghamshire, England.
I am sure we have all been at a stage in life where we feel we want to start studying again—and I'm one of them! The reason behind writing this is to try and encourage other people who also feel they want to go back into education, but either feel too anxious to do so, whether they feel that it would be impossible for them, or due to their lifestyle. I understand having priorities and commitments get in the way, leaving people with little time for anything else. However, I hope reading my story might persuade others that everyone is capable of learning as an adult.
When it comes to entertainment companies like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Twitch, YouTube, and many others, there are numerous shows and movies that are available. The only problem we all have is—what do we want to watch? People search for hours on a daily basis trying to find something suitable to watch. Whether they are crime, sci-fi, fantasy, animation, action/adventure, or romance, people generally find it difficult to come across something they know they will like.
The Frankenstein Chronicles is a television series first aired on ITV Encore in the United Kingdom in 2015. It is said to be a re-imagining of the 1818 novel, Frankenstein, written by author Mary Shelley. In 1827 London, lead role, Detective Inspector John Marlott (Sean Bean), follows on as a river police officer, uncovering a deceased body stitched up with various body parts and sets about to find the person(s) responsible for such a heinous crime; in his tracks he uncovers leads that appear much more terrifying.
In September, 2004 – three weeks before my 7th birthday – my mother had said to me that my grandma and grandad had homed a pet dog. His name was Rocky and he had come from our family friend, Julie.