Our accommodation for the night in Le Cheylard l’Evèque was Le Refuge Du Moure. Probably a little more luxurious than the option for Robert Lois Stevenson, which was the local inn, which still exists in the village today.
Day 5 of 12 - Le Cheylard l’Evèque to La Bastide-Puylaurent: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (GR 70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.
Exploring the surrounds of the Mt Gould Lockup, or as the State Heritage Council describes it, the Old Mount Gould Police Station Group. The lockup is located alongside a touch of bitumen. Maybe to keep the dust down or more likely to handle the local flooding that occurs here on occasion. There is a creek alongside the site.
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Lodz, Poland - 19th century main textile production centre, from Europe to Alaska
Before you ask, I'll make it easier for you:
"The forgotten 19th river of Lodz
Hidden underground for over 100 years
The fastest of the rivers in Lodz
It powered mill wheels and textile spinning mills
The Grohmans and Scheiblers built their power on it"
Do you want to see the river Lamus?
Spin the crank
and there will be a light in the channel"