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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 846


Brumas
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Good Evening All.

(cue fanfare of trumpets and drum roll)........aaaandd now, by popular request and no expenses spared, the one, the only, the inimitable IL/TP Mark Two Monday Member’s Meeting (run out of alliterations)...

Let’s get on shall we?

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Jock1e

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I was looking for Bus stations and still never got close.

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Woolwell

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I would not have got close but for the Lancashire clue. I was at the other end of the sector.

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john bunyan

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Woolwell

So was I - must have looked at 30 or so! Thank goodness you found it, well done

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Brumas

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Woolwell, Well Done, Bus Station, Accrington.

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Bing.alau

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The old man waiting to cross the Zebra is none other than Stanley I presume?

Good morning everybody I went to bed early with a dickie tummy and have just got up for a drink and a walkabout. Couldn't resist having a gander at the second P.P. corner.

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Quickbeam

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Over the years Brumas has posted many scenes from postcards. Scenes that are sometimes of interest by way of an unusual event or of a pleasing view of some town centre, but this one takes the biscuit for being an outright boring scene!

Who the hell would have bought and sent this scene, and why...?

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Aitchbee

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... those long LEGO-like chimney stacks bring back fond childhood [toyhood?] memories ... I wonder if they are constructed of alternate layers:-

RED

WHITE

RED

WHITE

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Woolwell

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Quickbeam

Who would have bought it? - Bus spotters, people who have recollections of seeing relatives, lovers off on bus, or perhaps there is nothing else remarkable about Accrington? Now to wait for the flak from Lancastrians!

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Brumas

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Quickbeam As the entrepreneur and self taught architect who designed and sourced the recycled portacabins for this aesthetically pleasing vision of the 21st century transport hub I am mortally offended by your slur - you will be hearing from my solicitor. For your information, the complete run of postcards, all 10,000 were sold and my mother has them displayed in a prominent position in her prefab assuring me that they are more durable than wall paper and cheap at half the job lot price she willing paid ;o}}

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Quickbeam

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You surely have to admit that the subject matter of this card is banality personified... don't you?

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