Shoreham Airport (Brighton City Airport) is located in Shoreham-By-Sea, along the south coast of West Sussex, between Brighton & Hove city and the coastal town of Worthing. Shoreham Airport offers business travel, flight instruction and pleasure flights.
Shoreham is the oldest licensed airfield in the United Kingdom and has a beautiful Grade II* listed art deco style Terminal Building. In 1910, London based artist Harold Piffard set himself up on a piece of grazing land across the river from Shoreham, and so started the story of Shoreham Airport.
On the 13th June 1936 the exquisite Art-Deco terminal building was officially opened by the Mayors of Brighton, Hove and Worthing and The building remains today very much in its original shape and, as always, is still very much open to the public. The opening day at Shoreham hosted an air-show and companies such as Channel Air Ferries, Railway Air Services and Jersey Airways soon started to use the airport.
Within the Terminal Building’s long history, it has seen international and domestic departures and arrivals including some of the world’s largest airlines. With the outbreak of war in 1939 international airline operators were removed from London (Croydon) Airport to Shoreham. These include names like Sabena, DDL, KLM and the predecessor of British Airways, Imperial Airways. Some of the destinations flown to by the above airlines included Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Malmo and Brussels.
Yabuki is a town located in Nishishirakawa District, Fukushima, Japan, located in the Tōhoku region on the island of Honshū.
Fukushima is the southernmost prefecture of Tōhoku region, and the closest to Tokyo. In the 4th century, Fukushima was incorporated into the Yamato Province, Japan’s first unified nation.
The Shirakawa Barrier and the Nakoso Barrier were built around the 5th century to protect ‘civilized Japan’ from the ‘barbarians’ to the north. Fukushima became a Province of Mutsu after the Taika Reforms were established in 646.
The coastal Hamadōri region lies on the Pacific Ocean and is the flattest and most temperate region, while the Nakadōri region is the agricultural heart of the prefecture and contains the capital, Fukushima City. The mountainous Aizu region has scenic lakes, lush forests, and snowy winters.
Mount Bandai, in the Bandai-Asahi National Park, erupted in 1888, creating a large crater and numerous lakes, including the picturesque ‘Five Coloured Lakes’ (Goshiki-numa). The area is popular with hikers and skiers. Kiyoshi Nakahata, who belonged to the Yomiuri Giants baseball team from 1975 to 1989, is from Yabuki town : Live Webcam Japan Fukushima Yabuki
The first of four peregrine falcon eggs has hatched at Derby Cathedral watched live by webcam viewers from around the world.
The other eggs are expected to hatch in the next few days. Nick Dixon, a national expert on peregrines nesting, is asking anyone who sees the chicks being fed to leave a comment on the falcon webpage. He wants to find out how long it takes for the chicks to be offered their first meal.
Anyone can view the birds on the Derby City Council website and the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is organising a watch point on Cathedral Green behind the cathedral on Bank Holiday Monday. The webcam had more than 500,000 hits in 2009. The first pair of falcons nested on the cathedral’s tower in 2006. More webcam from England Here.
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