Latimer street there.Ged bet yer missed that one?
Fancy a pint mate.....
Heh! there's no mission in the photie.
No, they have that and others of the area - and they let me copy them too but not for the site or publication they said as I think they did a book or are doing one.
Will be moving in two days to the Latimer St area.
Are you really, i'm down there every weekend as my brother lives at the back of the Green Man. Get your fridge stocked.
I will,lots of food....sorry to burst yer bubble but I make it a rule not to have Alchohol in the house...If I want a drink I'll go the pub.Get your fridge stocked.
It's a bad rule, a crate of Stella for £15 - that'd cost you about three times as much in the pub, ha, no wonder Georgieboy's always complaining
I don't like drink in the house either, I was used to going to a pub to get ****ed !
Why compare anyway - get sloshed in both
I ain't complainin,Gedro....I can still see me best mate when I look down.It's a bad rule, a crate of Stella for £15 - that'd cost you about three times as much in the pub, ha, no wonder Georgieboy's always complaining
Never felt the need to drink a lot,will go out occasionally? as for drinking in the house it tends to become the norm for most blokes.
Ah, well there's your answer. Moderation and self control in everything you do
I only drink red wine or port in the house at the end of the day in bed while I`m doing my Su duko puzzles. with my Mp3 player in my ears
Listening to classical or country music before my supper is brought up.
Do yer have this court,Ged?
Yes, it's on a cd of just courts ive got. There's 112 on it. I didn't have the Hanover st one though
Where was cambridge st?
Cambridge street almshouses were just by Oxford St not far from the then Workhouse.
The city engineers car photo shows John Alexander Brodie in it.
His job paid well.The city engineers car photo shows John Alexander Brodie in it.
He did a good job
Had all those except the Castle Street one George. Good man - keep em' coming.
For some reason my Upper Potter St has vanished on this thread?
This has been a nice thread to follow. Well done George.
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