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    Robert Ensor (bob) reacted to pauljon's post in the thread Friends and Neighbours with Appreciate Appreciate.
    Two years ago whilst on a holiday canal boat we moored up on the canal that ran along Shadwell Street. Forbidden to me as a child as it...
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    Linda Jennings reacted to wendylee's post in the thread TEETH OUT AT THE CLINIC with Appreciate Appreciate.
    Hi Bob, It was so scary for kids and the memory of it never leaves you as we can see from the number of members recalling their stories...
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    wendylee replied to the thread TEETH OUT AT THE CLINIC.
    Hi Bob, It was so scary for kids and the memory of it never leaves you as we can see from the number of members recalling their stories...
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    mikejee replied to the thread John Bentley (Actor).
    There was certainly a house furnishing shop named John Bentley & Co (from 1933 Kellys directory): Bentley John & Co. Ltd. house...
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    Spargone replied to the thread 70 years of Thomas.
    My first memory of 'Thomas' books was sitting on a mat in the reception class at Mapledene Infants School with Miss Stevens. Then I...
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    mikejee replied to the thread Harry lucas school.
    To be honest. I resize using a photoprogram, but you can also do it in windows 8 and I think also windows 10 in the same way, as...
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    JaneOz replied to the thread John Bentley (Actor).
    Sorry Hugh if I haven't quite mastered this thread business but that doesn’t sound quite right, as things were very tough for most in...
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    JaneOz replied to the thread John Bentley (Actor).
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    mikejee replied to the thread John Bentley (Actor).
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    adap2it reacted to sospiri's post in the thread Steam Locos with Appreciate Appreciate.
    Alan, That was a nice memory - the Weymouth Boat Train to the Channels Islands. Travelled on that several times when we took the kids...
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    adap2it reacted to Radiorails's post in the thread Steam Locos with Appreciate Appreciate.
    Railways have always taken second pace in my transport interests. However, the old GWR, subsequently BR(W), was paramount to the other...
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    Richarddye replied to the thread Zebra crossings.
    Very very good...……..
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    Richarddye reacted to Radiorails's post in the thread Zebra crossings with Appreciate Appreciate.
    This might correct one or two Wiki errors in other posts. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/films/1945to1951/filmpage_pc.htm
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    Richarddye reacted to Pedrocut's post in the thread Zebra crossings with Appreciate Appreciate.
    June 1939, Pedestrian Crossing Week in Birmingham, the first organised in the country...
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    Richarddye reacted to Vivienne14's post in the thread Zebra crossings with Appreciate Appreciate.
    The predecessor of the zebra crossing seems to be the Belisha Crossing. This goes back to February 1935. I don’t think these would have...
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