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Thursday, January 24, 2019

in Halifax tonight.



This week's sepia saturday has a "car" theme. This seemed topical !
"the brexit dice game"......in Halifax tonight
https://www.flickr.com/photos/halifaxarchives/page5

Ken was interviewed on BBC Look North tonight.

8 comments:

La Nightingail said...

An entertaining video about a rather well publicized accident I imagine! Thanks for finding and posting it for all of us to enjoy! And it certainly does tie into the prompt as cars do get into accidents as I have mentioned in my own post. :)

Wendy said...

That must have been a big surprise. I assume the palace paid for repairs?? I wonder if there are any current videos of people talking about Prince Philip's latest accident.

Sackerson said...

Sepia Saturday's still on the go! Good. Didn't that start in the age when you had to write your own html? It's been around so long, screenshots of early Sepia Saturday posts could almost serve as modern Sepia Saturday posts.

Mike Brubaker said...

At first I thought the video was a clip from a Month Python episode. The media today has no patience for that kind of slow motion storytelling. And I don't get the art in the sculpture either.

tony said...

yes, Dominic ,'sepia saturday' has been going a long time.So long ago that I first followed it on my transistor radio! It is run by a Halifax lad, Alan Burnett.Not quite as many contributors as in it's pomp....but still a creative view of old images methinks.
Yes, Mike no such thing as 'Fast News Sepia' :)
Wendy, the victim of Phil's recent crash has been interviewed /photographed in national newspaper but I havnt seen her speak on the telly.
Nightingale,all cars are Smashing! :)

Kathy said...

I'm apparently a victim of fast news sound bites as I found myself wondering when the interview with the woman would wrap up.

Barbara Rogers said...

Yay to finding feet of clay on royals...unfortunately while driving.

Tattered and Lost said...

I think La Nightingail's family could have used one of these people catchers considering all the deer they've hit over the years. Who had the patent on this thingie?