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  1. brummie nick

    Birmingham Home for Lost and Starving Dogs

    We took some blankets and treats to the new dogs home yesterday, very impressed with the site,
  2. brummie nick

    Windows 10

    Its on a laptop so I unplugged it, restarted it, and it was in a restarting loop after a while it all came back on. what a relieve,
  3. brummie nick

    Windows 10

    I've just downloaded windows 10 it all came on then it told me to close down and restart did that and now I have lost everything any ideas what I can do to restart it
  4. brummie nick

    Hudson's book shops

    I remember being in Hudson's a few years back, and Stewart Granger came in to do a book signing.
  5. brummie nick

    Windows 10

    I have the ' get windows 10' icon on the taskbar, is it just a case of clicking the upload now button to start the procedure.?
  6. brummie nick

    Royal George Tavern, Park Street/Digbeth

    Viv, wouldn't that have been Moor St? it seems to be opposite St Martins.
  7. brummie nick

    Digbeth Music Hall London Museum Music Hall

    Was the building in Park St ever a Polish club.?
  8. brummie nick

    From Birmingham Post 150 years ago

    Alan the Custard House pub is in Blake Lane.
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    From Birmingham Post 150 years ago

    There was also Drysalter shops that sold things like that.
  10. brummie nick

    Windows 8.1 pro

    I've reserved a copy of Windows 10, so I'll be changing soon.
  11. brummie nick

    Windows 8.1 pro

    Mike does it close itself and restarts, or do you restart it.?
  12. brummie nick

    Windows 8.1 pro

    The onlyproblem I’ve found with windows 8.1 is when I’ve had to update anything andhave to close down, the restart seems to freeze at about 30% and goes into aloop, anyone experienced this, and is there a quick fix?
  13. brummie nick

    From Birmingham Post 150 years ago

    OK Mike! no problem, I have in the past recommend the site to people on roostchat inquiring about Birmingham
  14. brummie nick

    From Birmingham Post 150 years ago

    Thanks Mike, could I just ask you, do you mean Birmingham Post 150 years ago or the Birmingham history site.?
  15. brummie nick

    From Birmingham Post 150 years ago

    Mike, I posted your article on the face book Wednesbury site, sorry for not mentioning the source of the story. will certainly do so on any others I post, and apologise for not doing so this time. Nick
  16. brummie nick

    They Were Caught In Our Old Street Pics...

    I'm sorry to read that my post in 1592 correcting the name of the street should lead to the closing of the topic due to bad language. Glad it was quickly sorted.
  17. brummie nick

    They Were Caught In Our Old Street Pics...

    I think the street you can see is Albert St, Carrs lane was the other side of the News Theatre out of site on the picture.
  18. brummie nick

    Air raid shelters

    I remember using a section of an Anderson shelter as a sledge in the winter of 1947.
  19. brummie nick

    From Birmingham Post 150 years ago

    I don’t think the idea of owning you house would have occurred to working class in those days, most didn’t know where the next weeks rent was coming from.
  20. brummie nick

    School trips from Brum.

    I can remember two school trips, one was to the Houses Of Parliament, and was shown around by two of the Birmingham MP’s, and the other one was to Weston Super Mare, this was more interesting as it was a joint trip with the local girls school
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