Here is the list of Squidoo lenses by Lensmaster IanTease,
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1. Le Tour in Ripponden
In the summer of 2014 The Tour de France is having it's first three days in the United Kingdom and of particular importance to me it's travelling through the village of Ripponden that i grew up in. This Lens is designed to give a bit of a background on Ripponden to those who are planing on visiti...
2. Halifax, a Yorkshire town
Sports & Recreation - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:14:30
Halifax is an old town in West Yorkshire with lots of beautiful and historic buildings. This lens is here to show you some of those wonderful buildings and tell you more about them.
Halifax is a town in the borough of Calderdale. It stands on the river Calder approximately equidistant between Le...
3. Fred Dibnah - Steeplejack
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:12:35
Fred Dibnah is without doubt the best known steeple jack to have ever worked in Great Britain. Here you can read all about his life and work.
Steeplejacking is the trade of repairing tall structures such as Church steeples and mill chimneys, not a job for the fainthearted. Fred Dibnah was a self...
4. A Bridge Too Far - a World War 2 epic
Entertainment & Media - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:13:03
A Bridge Too Far is I think the best war film of all time and here's why. Unlike many productions over the years A Bridge Too Far is very historically accurate and was filmed on a giant scale with a huge supporting cast so that all scenes really do give the sense of a massive military operation. ...
5. St Kilda - Scotland
Entertainment & Media - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:15:47
St Kilda is a very rarely visited group of Islands situated of the West coast of Scotland. They stand approximately 50 miles from the Hebrides, themselves an off-shore island chain. As someone who has strong family links with the Hebrides St Kilda is a place i had long wished to visit and as part...
6. Drystone Walling
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:11:56
Dry stone walling is a technique that has been used for as long as people have settled in any place, this Lens is here to tell you a little more about it.
It covers firstly the history of the craft and then secondly aims to describe in straight forward terms how to go about trying some dry stone ...
7. A review of Bill Bryson' books
Home & Garden - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:14:30
Bill Bryson the American author is in my opinion one of the best writers working today and this Lens is a summary of all his published books that I've read so far. Those I've still to read are going to be added soon. He first came to my attention when...
8. Callanish Stones
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:14:33
The Callanish standing stones are located in the far North West of Scotland on the Hebridean island of Lewis. Like many stone circles Callanish has long draw the interest of archaeologists and scholars as well as intriguing the people who grew up within the shadow of the stones. I have been lucky...
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:15:42
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