Random DWJ discovery of the day

Belben, Philip (Energy Wholesale) Philip.Belben at eon-uk.com
Wed Mar 9 09:51:22 EST 2005

Charlie, replying to Minnow:

>> I think there may be a fair amount of that bit of England in TMC.
>> It's fairly central, and the Berkshire Downs are a good sort of
>> Heart Of The Country place by their feel.
> I know what you mean, but even I (a still more extreme southerner)
> wouldn't describe the Berkshire Downs as 'central'!
> I think the heart of the England must be somewhere round York. The
> Pennines are clearly a kind of spine, as has often been noted - and
> the Black Country is a kind of nicotine-stained, tarry lung. Berkshire
> works out by my reckoning somewhere in the groin area - and Swindon,
> by popular consent, is Port Esquiline.

LOL!  Perhaps Berkshire is the heart of the pig, rather than of the


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