Sunday, December 26, 2021

King Cross Halifax: 1948

The Winter of 1948 This is a Sepia Saturday post


Mike Brubaker said...

This is a splendid example of how some winters skip over the magical wonderland fluff and just become cold, gritty and grey. But I hope your skies will be brighter in the new year, Tony. We've missed you down at the Sepia Saturday blogger pub. Cheers!

tony said...

Thank You Mike . I hope to be more regular in The New Year.
My best wishes to You & Yours .

All The Young Dudes

  Me ,in white,  throwing some glorious "Sid Viscous Shapes" :)