Kendal Braced For Angel’s “Homecoming”

October 6, 1910 ·

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Kendal Prepares For The Weekend Parade

Banners are up, shop windows festooned with posters, bunting criss-crosses the high street, and expectation level is at an all time high, as Kendal prepares for a Homecoming Parade that seems to have split the small town community down the…
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Reader's Letter: Peace And Not Pieces

I was one of locals at the town hall meeting hosted by two mysterious men from Her Majesty's Airship Force, and have¬†lived in this quiet little town all my life. Violence isn't a big issue here, the only time I've…
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New By-Law Makes Fog Signals Compulsory in London

Under London's new Conservancy By-laws relating to every steam vessel, when the steam is up, and vessel is under way, shall in all cases of fog use as a signal a steam whistle, which shall be sounded at least every…
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I was held by the Police - Jack Ludd, Trade Unionist

I write this note in some haste after being released from the clutches of Government agents. I apologise for any ramblings and confusion in advance. I am sore exhausted and will clarify the events after some sleep. Last Wednesday, some…
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Reader's Letter: Choas Reigns In London's East End

Mayhems All, Minutes from our Post-Curfew briefing have now been encrypted and will make their ways to your districts with the next Twilight Drop. You will also all be given updates on the Sifter Redelopment being researched in colaboration with…
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