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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 909


Brumas
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Good Evening All.

By heck that shop on the left reminds me of the sweets and tobacconists we had just after we were wed.

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john bunyan

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I used to work at Hyde, stayed in Glossop, so looked at Colin Firth in Derbyshire - found a match _ Hayfield, Derbyshire. Used to go over the Snake Pass regularly.

Hayfield

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john bunyan

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I thought at first it was Glossop itself.The stone is typical.

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QuizMan

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Well done JB. I didn't know Colin Firth published postcards as well as starring in Pride & Prejudice

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john bunyan

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QuizMan

A freudian slip - should have said Francis Firth, of course!

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john bunyan

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Actually it was Mark Fynn anyway!!

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Woolwell

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Well done.

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Brumas

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Let's hope I can post this. john bunyan Well Done.

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Woolwell

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Gremlins in the system again!

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Woolwell

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Brumas has contacted me via the envelope. He cannot post to the forum. Looks like 911 may take a while if ever tonight.

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