The last stop before Lime Street

In Liverpool yesterday, for lunch with Metal at Edge Hill station. Edge Hill is the world’s oldest passenger railway station still in use, and the arts organisation Metal now hosts a creative programme in the restored station buildings that regularly invites artists to create works to celebrate the area and the local history.

Lunch was fun: we cooked a Kashmiri feast and discussed travel and food and creative inspiration. There will be similar lunches with different artists at the station for the next twelve days – giving a whole new aspect to the old expression ‘to get off at Edge Hill’….
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