Most of my J’s for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge are going to be at the start of a word. But let’s begin with one in the middle – Mijas in southern Spain…

Mijas Bullring

…this is the bullring at Mijas.

Here’s the Mayor of Barnet back in 2017, at the opening of our new football facility on Barnet Lane, wearing his Chain of Office – which I’m sure counts as Jewellery…

Hadley Wood Sports Trust Opening_16

A much older shot taken at Aller Junction…

47499 at Aller Junction (24JAN79)

…The train is approaching Newton Abbot on the lines from Plymouth and Penzance. The tracks branching off behind the locomotive go to Torquay and Paignton.

Finally, a military relic…

Willys Jeep

…a Willys Jeep.

Now when I first looked at the upcoming list I thought it said F in the middle of the word😉 I was thinking places like Dartford, Shenfield… 😂 However, I think Cee likes to keep us on the hop with her challenges and it’s F at the start or end for the Midweek Madness Challenge this time 👍

Lets start with some Flowers and a Fly…

Lucilia sericata on Cow Parsley

Staying with nature, here’s one of our resident Foxes and a rather deflated Football and some Flowerpots…

Foxy

Speaking of Football – here’s a shot from our last game of the season when Wingate & Finchley scored a memorable win over Hornchurch…

Hornchurch 1 vs Wingate & Finchley 2 (2021/22)

Sticking with sport – how about some egg-chasing? Here’s a Ford car for the officials of Union Sportive des Arlequins Perpignanais in France…

USAP Rugby Officials Car

And here’s a very old shot of a Freight train hauled by a class Forty-Seven carrying, you’ve guessed it, Ford containers😂…

47130 with Ford Freightliner at Temple Mills, JUL79

Saturday and I have a couple of hours spare to write an entry for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge 🙂 I’ve resisted the temptation to run off down to Victoria Station for this one 😉

Cemetery… Often called a Graveyard because it’s full of Graves…

…taken last Sunday with my new mobile phone while on a local walk. Here’s another shot with the mobile…

…Now marketed as Stephens House, the building and gardens are more correctly known as Avenue House – You can read all about the place on Wikipedia 🙂

Here’s a train photographed at Stratford last summer…

…This is an example of the new Bombardier Aventra Class 720 electric units on Greater Anglia services. Similar models are supposed to be entering service elsewhere, but that’s a story for another post 😉

Finally, from the archives, we have a convertible…

…Which I’m sure Cee would love to drive off in 🙂