Mystery cyclist with two identities!

IT’S not often we uncover obscure knowledge but our pleas were answered twice when we published this photo taken by late Echo photographer Harry Green of a man on an extraordinary cycle!

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Reclusive writer of hit Wild West novels

ONE of our readers is on a hunt for information about the author J. T. Edson, who supposedly spent time living in Burton Bradstock near Bridport.

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Reader’s special connection with this royal flotilla

BACK in 2012, hundreds of well-wishers across Dorset turned out to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.

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Do you recognise this man and his veteran tricycle?

THIS photo taken by the late Echo photographer Harry Green seems as though it might have an interesting back story.

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Reader’s special connection with this royal flotilla

BACK in 2012, hundreds of well-wishers across Dorset turned out to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.

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‘The cause of death was senile decay’: the final days of the OAP offender

THIS week we finally conclude the tale of Daniel Baker.

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The 1995 discovery of an unexploded world war two bomb on Portland

In 1995, an unexpected discovery on Portland thrust the small island into the national spotlight, when an unexploded bomb was found beneath the old football pitch on Grove Road. More than 24 years later, we look back on the event that led to one of the biggest peacetime evacuations in Britain’s history.

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Harbourside strollers captured in arty photo

THESE Harry Green photos we keep publishing get better week after week.

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Sculptor behind town’s iconic statues is having her papers preserved

THE papers of a sculptor with close links to Dorchester are being catalogued.

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Memories of the fruit and vegetable boat

ONE reader, Esmee Nicholls, from Littlemoor, Weymouth, has kindly shared with us a selection of photographs from her childhood.

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