This illustrated oral memoir details a bygone era on the River Ouse in Yorkshire, offering the recollections of bargeman
Laurie Dews of Selby, the last generation of a family of bargemen on the Yorkshire Ouse.
You might also remember he played a bargeman
in the 1988 TV sitcom The River.
She gives her necklace to the little daughter of a bargeman
. Skrebensky gave her "a sense of the vast world, a sense of distances and large masses of humanity" (p.
, hoyman or other common water carrier, the common
Fisher reacquaints us with the characters we met in An Unexpected Journey - Gandolf, Bilbo Baggins and the 13 Dwarfs and introduces us to new ones - Beorn, the Skin Changer, Bard The Bargeman
and the return of the Woodland Elves with King Thranduil and his son, Legolas.
Bard (Luke Evans), a bargeman
, ferries Bilbo and the Dwarves to corrupt Laketown, in the shadow of Erebor.
They include John Wilson, known as Cuckoo Jack, who worked as a bargeman
on the River Tyne.
222) these authors say that limited decision-making, for example, when the visitor plans variations to regular travel behaviour such as taking a new route or engaging in a new activity at a familiar festival, requires somewhat more time and effort; Bargeman
and Van der Poel (2006, p.
As his pole dredged the murky waters, the bargeman
was surprised to notice a small light shape bob up to the surface of the Thames.
Roberts, a bargeman
, accounts for four of the six sound recordings currently listed in the Roud Folksong Index (Figure l).
'Here he took the over-paint off and revealed the shadow of a standing bargeman
Moreover, several of the acquittances indicate that the tradesmen who worked on the project were hired by Street who served as overseer for all phases of the project; for instance, William Shepherd, bricklayer, and Richard Deller, bargeman
, were both paid "at the appointment of Peter Street." And if the schedule of payments in the annotations is at all accurate, despite a few delays, the work on the Fortune ticked along fairly regularly.