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    Re: A Ghost story for Christmas

    The Signalman has to be an all time favourite of mine,British 'spookyness' at its best.

    Frame.
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    Re: What ever happened to Hale & Pace?

    http://i458.photobucket.com/albums/qq304/frame69/haleandpace1.jpg

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  3. Thread: Michele Dotrice

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    Re: Michele Dotrice

    She has recently started having lunch the tea rooms I chef at. I would like to have gone out to say hello but thought it a bit cheeky,maybe one day.

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    Re: The Return of A Memory Shared!!

    Sweet!

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  5. Re: Sights, sounds,smells and tastes that take you back to being a kid again

    The engine fumes you used to get from those old grab-bar buses. Bristol VR's ? Nice.

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    Re: Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice.

    I guess your right. My memory isnt too good these days,not enough vitamin c or too much of something else.

    Regards,Frame.
  7. Thread: Frames cars

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    Re: Frames cars

    I still have those problems now,the only difference is,is that I now pay someone else to do the dirty work. I still enjoy working on the oldies though.

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    Re: Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice.

    I dont really understand this. Im sure I remember my nan making fresh orange juice every day. Oranges were not that expensive were they?

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  9. Thread: School Reunions

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    Re: School Reunions

    The people from school I would chose to spend time with are the ones I still do,the rest are of no interest. Believe me,I've seen the pics from reunions I was invited to. It didnt look like fun to...
  10. Thread: Frames cars

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    Re: Frames cars

    You are indeed right but on Sundays it usually had my friend perched on his drum kit in the back giving it some! Cornering was a bit of an issue with him. Sounded great though and brought a smile to...
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    Re: Frames cars

    Your right there,great for a bit of fun and realising how driving used to be. Especially when the suns shining.

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  12. Thread: Frames cars

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    Re: Frames cars

    The car in the background is a Sierra 2.0i Sport nicknamed 'trolley destroyer' as years ago (when I was a bit naughty) friends and I used to congregate in the local supermarket car park in the...
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    Re: Matchbox Catalogue late 1960's

    Nice,thanks for posting. I've managed to find most of the models pictured.

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    Re: Favourite old car/s

    Sun is shining here today Kaz, whats Newquay like?


    Cheers,Frame.
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    Re: Favourite old car/s

    YESSSSS if its the A60 shape. (Oxford/Cambridge) Heres one of them dying in the armoured fence at Mendip Raceways in Somerset. (I was 15)
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    Re: Favourite old car/s

    I've always ran old cars unless I had a company vehical. Heres a few I've owned back in the 90s...

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    Above is my mk 2...
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    Re: Did you build a Den?

    I lived in the Somerset countryside so we had lots of nothing. Our den was like a little fortress,a neighbour kid found a dead cat and stuck its head on a big stick at the entrance to scare off kids...
  18. Thread: 1983

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    Re: 1983

    I managed to get drunk,stay out all night and lose my ch... .um ..... have relationship with the opposite sex. Very good year.



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  19. Thread: 1983

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    Re: 1983

    Great year for me.

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  20. Re: "Oh no, not there again!"...places you hated that you always got dragged to.

    For as far back as one can remember,I always seemed to be doing just what I chose to do. When my mum started work I had to go with my dad to work,this meant I was off for weeks at a time in a Daf...
  21. Thread: Hello from Me

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    Re: Hello from Me

    Hi there.

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  22. Thread: Matchbox Cars

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    Re: Matchbox Cars

    Probably have over 1000,most are boxed away as Im building a model railway. I get most from boot sales and charity shops but have been using ebay for a while,its easier.
    I tend not to pay much as...
  23. Thread: Matchbox Cars

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    Re: Matchbox Cars

    Im a regular buyer of old die cast toys,I may have a few too many to be honest but it dont stop me getting more.

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    Re: Earthquakes around Christmas

    I sat through an earthquake in Greece a couple of years ago,didnt spill my drink though. Weird silence...eerie.

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    Re: Sega megadrives!!

    Sonic was the game to play but I also recall spending hours in the company of 'California Games' 'Ghouls and Ghosts' and Shinobi.

    Good times.
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