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Author Pictures from the 70s and a bit later
Dickie Bird

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Joined: 20/07/2008
Location: Somewhere near the Steel City (as was)

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Pictures from the 70s and a bit later
Posted: 29/11/2018 22:20:40
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Couple of short sequences on YouTube I uploaded about a year ago. Pennines and the South West. Eclectic bits and bobs but with a few modernish additions. Forgotten I had done these! Thought they may be of interest if you have not come across them before.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF7MKCYdcLo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYXAUB_vUQI


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Joined: 20/06/2008
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Pictures from the 70s and a bit later
Posted: 30/11/2018 13:43:00
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What a fantastic set of images. Some familiar faces too. IP: 80.189.67.200
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