Deadication

The Whitby Goth weekend began in 1994 and usually happens twice each year. Hundreds of extravagantly dressed people who enjoy Steampunk, Cybergoth, Militaria, Romanticism or Victoriana visit the North Yorkshire seaside town over the weekend to take part in a celebration of Goth culture. Below are a selection of some of the pictures I shotContinue reading “Deadication”

Here comes the Bishop

The Right Reverend Paul Butler attends his inauguration service in Durham Cathedral, England. The Bishop has served as the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, and previously as the Bishop of Southampton. He becomes the 74th Bishop of Durham. http://www.ianforsythphotography.co.uk Getty Images Pictures copyright Ian Forsyth/Getty Images 2014

Steaming

The world record breaking Class 4 locomotive ‘Mallard’ was pulled, under steam, by her sister locomotive ‘Union of South Africa’ earlier today as they made the journey from National Railway Museum in York to their other site, the National Railway Museum in Shildon (called Locomotive) in County Durham. The journey to Shildon comes in advanceContinue reading “Steaming”

The Surge

In what was predicted to be the worst storm surge in 30 years strong winds and high tides caused by a low pressure system sitting over the country all combined to cause severe flooding in many of our coastal towns and villages around the country. The surge resulted in the deaths of two people withContinue reading “The Surge”

Whitby Gothic Weekend

The Whitby Gothic Weekend takes place in the Yorkshire seaside town twice yearly in Spring and Autumn. It started in 1994 and sees thousands of extravagantly dressed followers of Victoriana, Steampunk, Cybergoth and Romanticism visit to take part in celebrating the Gothic culture….   All photographs are copyright Ian Forsyth/Getty Images – No usage withoutContinue reading “Whitby Gothic Weekend”