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Recent content by The Baron

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    Birmingham Sandpits ice rink Mohawks speed team

    Anyone remember Wednesday nights & Saturday nights races by the Moharks.
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    TOWER ROAD ASTON B6

    I was born back of 155 Tower Road in 1939
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    GEC WITTON WORKS

    Hi Bob, I posted that photo under my username ( The Baron ) I hope you and DI remember me Keith Jenney Mining Projects under Viv Horder. Are you no Facebook? Nice to hear your doing well.
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    Springhill Ice rink Summerhill Road

    That guy on the left is Reg Williams,I remember your Dad now,thanks for posting it's jogged the old grey cells.
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    GEC WITTON WORKS

    Bit before my time at witton lol. Great pic's Astonian,what's with the trench's?
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    GEC WITTON WORKS

    keep posting ( many more on the other GEC site guy's) love to see the place I spent over 30 year's ;0))
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    GEC WITTON WORKS

    Us old GEC folk's must be getting thin on the ground now ,seem to have run out of post's lol
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    Old Sutton Parade Shops

    Thanks Ray ,even I remember it now ;0))
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    GEC WITTON WORKS

    Anyone help looking for the name of this guy,Q Shop foreman GEC Switchgear & Chairman Highgate United ? Must have past him every day when I worked in Relay Shop for a few years.
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    Old Sutton Parade Shops

    Thank you & your mom for the Info ;0))
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    Waterworks Street And Grosvenor Rd Aston

    My late Aunt Edith Lamb was Post Mistress at Water works Post Office for a number of years. ( I think it woild be around the 50s? )
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    Group photos

    UPPER THOMAS STREET tour of the streets of aston to see the buntting. the Red stared lady is My Aunt Edith Lamb ( Nee Woolley)
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    Group photos

    I see Art Hambidge next to Bill Jones & Pete Jennings
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    They Were Caught In Our Old Street Pics...

    Many a late night spent in that place drinking coffee and the odd pie after a night at the Old Birmingham Ice Rink .Great meeting place for us skaters ;0))
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    They Were Caught In Our Old Street Pics...

    nice E Type on the left.That guy must be running to make the 7-30pm skating session at the old Rink Phil ;0))
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