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31 Oct 2016 06:29 PM  

AMAZING I CAN LOAD PICTURES AGAIN !!!

 I'm sure some of the Welsh forum members will know its location. Very helpful chap to talk with, although he was more into railway stuff, which also helped break the ice. Totally different to the antique dealer earlier in the week, and restored my faith in the friendly locals. Family has had the garage since 1926. The Shell sign hasn't moved since.

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10 Nov 2016 11:50 PM  
Great picture Steve

There was one of those Shell signs at Bourne as well, perched under the auctioneers rostrum
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11 Nov 2016 07:24 PM  

 There was. A big chunk of steel. It was still holding up the rostrum yesterday. However, I gather the buyer is a strong local lad, although he struggles to see his toes at times.

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11 Nov 2016 09:55 PM  
A Fuller figure ?
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11 Nov 2016 11:44 PM  

 Not quite, more like Boston Stump.

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12 Nov 2016 12:09 PM  
..............ah ! that one LOL !
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03 Dec 2016 10:08 PM  
Concerning the women of Wales, is it true they are really that different than normal English women, or is it always just rumors?
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03 Dec 2016 10:13 PM  
No .......you are quite right Mick they have 3 legs which enables them to balance in the Welsh hills, a bit like the wild haggis in Scotland

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03 Dec 2016 10:25 PM  
I always heard "it" was installed sideways on them? Surely can't be true ???
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03 Dec 2016 11:23 PM  

 Prurient .

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04 Dec 2016 08:04 AM  
..............he will have to look that up !! Trixon
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04 Dec 2016 06:19 PM  
Yes Sirs, I did have to look that up, never in my 40 years have I heard the term, but it is quite fitting indeed! I might even say you hammered it......but referencing the "tool", not the slang term more commonly used to describe another act......doh!
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04 Feb 2017 02:39 PM  
Is that a cut out bovril jar where the alarm box normally is?
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04 Feb 2017 11:59 PM  

 Bracket for telegraph insulators. Sorry Al !!

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