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Friday, August 31, 2012

meet me at the bottom, dont lag behind.......

 A good source of finding rare&"exclusive" (and ,above all,vital+interesting) old photographs is via the various community groups on facebook.Here are 7 five that i found this week .The 4 gypsy ones are on Photos of Old Halifax:part2. The 3 Fair ones are from Royton in pictures
  I'm feeling a bit sorry for myself this week.I should have been in Transilvania  with Bob,Neil & 4 other Fortean Geezers.I had had to drop out at the last minute due to a Family Illness. I follow their progress on facebook maybe?Oh The Irony! {if any photos from them in Transilvania    appear on internet/i will re-post them here for you..} {lyrics} Click Here for all 7 facebook  photos.

12 comments:

Martin said...

Sorry to hear about the family illness, Tony. I trust things are on the mend.

tony said...

Oh Stable thanks Martin..It's just that I couldn't really justify leaving Cath on her tod this week.{Shame though....... }

FrankandMary said...

Under certain circumstances, home is the best place to be. Health to your family.

Little Nell said...

The community groups are great aren't they? I even had a request to use some of my blog pics on one of them.

Joanne Casey said...

Translyania eh? :( People pick the worst times to die, don't they!

TICKLEBEAR said...

Interesting set of photographs. Sorry to hear things aren't that great for you there. Good luck!!
:)~
HUGZ

tony said...

Cheers Bruno et al

TICKLEBEAR said...

given all of the spam you're getting about Viagra, I'm wondering...
Do you need some???

ROTFLMAO

tony said...

:) Are You Getting Viagra Spam Too? Yes,Viagra & Furry Boots.Is God Trying To Tell Me Something?

TICKLEBEAR said...

Not much pharmaceuticals in my case, but I would look good wearing Dior or Louboutin shoes, apparently, and at cheap cost!! Yeah, I'm sure that I would look good wearing pumps, what with my hairy and tattooed legs...
;)~

Joanne Casey said...

I don't have any viagra to sell...but would you like a free cat, I have spares.

Ann O'Dyne said...

I read your heading as a Richard & Linda Thompson tune 'meet me at the station don't be late. I need to spend some money and it just won't wait'. I just loved them, way back when.
The old pictures are wonderful - thanks for sharing.