This newsletter started with the discovery that Lidl has published an album of sounds from the supermarket. heard right. I am currently listening to it and it is kinda glorious.
photographer: ANDREAS GURSKY
title: 99 cent
I've always been fascinated with sounds.
I have recently bought a record consisting entirely of sounds of a steam train (apparently, it's a thing).

I love the descriptions on the back of the record 'The Triumph of an A4 Pacific': SIDE 1, Band One.
Sir Nigel Gresley, immaculate shining, stands at the head of the train in Kings Cross Station. The station announcer is heard in the background, carriage doors are finally closed, Bill Hoole gets the 'right away' and raises echoes from the roof with two warning whistles. The train moves almost imperceptibly out of the station and towards the tunnel.
The sharp blast of the exhaust is loudly heard as Sir Nigel tackles the climb out of Gas Works Tunnel and on through Copenhagen Tunnel towards Finsbury Park, at which point this section of the record ends.
photographer: COLIN WALKER
title: A.4 Pacific Mallard, the fastest A.4 of them all.
Prints are still available half price.
See the list and prices HERE  Only 1 of each.
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Fruit of Tonne Fleur's brain associations.
If this makes you think of something and you want to let me know, feel free to drop me a line 

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