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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 734


Brumas
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Good Evening All.

Not so rural as to have a trolley bus route but I wonder if it is still quite as undeveloped and does it still retain it’s public transport link today?

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Brumas

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Woolwell Well Done, call me devious or what ;o}}

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Woolwell

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Constitution Hill, Parkstone?

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Brumas

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Sorry, Poole from Constitution Hill. Former stamping ground of both Bingalau and JB - I couldn't resist it!

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Woolwell

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I've been there too! But of course that area looks nothing like it now.

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Brumas

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Woolwell Was it like that when you visited the area, apart from the trams of course?

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Woolwell

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I'm not that old! The whole area is much more built up.

Bing.alau and John Bunyan are actually at Hamworthy. I've been there to visit the same establishment.

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Quickbeam

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The Picture looks more like a painting, but it not in the Lowry style... no cloth mills.

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zzzz999

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I have to back Jock up on this, that is remarkably like Helensburgh at Upper Helensburgh station. Amazing.

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john bunyan

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Brumas

Bingalau and I were indeed at Poole at a very interesting reunion and briefing . I used to live in Parkstone so am sorry to have been off line last Friday, Hope you will be kind enough next Friday to have a Postcard from the Bournemouth / Poole area but I expect you will be tough!

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john bunyan

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Woolwell

Well done BTW. I visited or was based there more or less continuously from 1956 to 1983 and have been going to reunions there every 2 years recently. You would not believe how much it has changed, all very classified but so interesting and busy.

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