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    Princes Avenue under snow 1981. I have a good one of this scene with the lad on the plinth holding a baby buggy. It's on a slide unfortunately, which I currently can't scan (anyone please got a cheap neg/slide scanner for sale/loan?)


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    Being pedantic. Princes Rd is to the left and Prince Ave to the right.
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    Yeah yeah, i know. But 'Princes Boulevard', as I guess the name of the whole shebang is, sounds so pompous.. We generally referred to it just as 'The Avenue'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterways View Post
    Being pedantic. Princes Rd is to the left and Prince Ave to the right.
    I can never remember which side is which

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    Road near the river Avenue away from the town hall.

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