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  1. #61

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    David sorry about that, more in time, said in the paper at the time over 100 former Fort Dunlop employees attended the reunion Dave

  2. #62

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    Dave, I look forward to seeing some more. I sent that pic to her 3 children and they think it's great despite the fact that it's of her back!


  3. #63

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    Few more from the Reunion
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  4. #64

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    Next few from the Day
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  5. #65

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    Next few, I was only a guest
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  6. #66

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    Few more
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  7. #67

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    That's great Dave, found another one where she's on!


  8. #68

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    David glad about that, would that be the last pic, only a few left Dave

  9. #69

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    It`s on Channel 5 now

  10. #70

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    On your post 66 Dave.


  11. #71

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    David I thought so Dave

  12. #72

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidfowler View Post
    Dave, on post 59, the last photo, the lady whose back you see with her hand to her head looks remarkably like my cousin, Pam Preece, who sadly died. I know she attended that day. Her husband, Brian Preece died a year before. He worked in the Machine Tool Dept all his working life.
    I recognise George Fletcher in the same photo Dave (black hair, glasses)

  13. #73

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    Frothblower glad you spotted someone, only wish I had took more,
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    Few more
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  15. #75

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    I wonder if my old pal David Parks is on one of those photo's. He would be about 73 now if he is still alive. I would not recognise him after all of these years. He would have been in the maintenance dept I think..carpentry. I can't remember if there was an e in his surname or not.

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