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3., a country school, a very ornate dining room.1.2.3.Plymouth City Centre is seen here on 120 film in 1970/71.This is an solicitation of prostitution text message early 1970s Plymouth Rag Week.and here TOO.Here my son, aged about 7 or 8 posts a letter in Plymouth Station on the TPO, the Travelling Post Office - gone too.I best escorts in dubai shot this in 1985 on a professional Bolex and its railway workings around Cowley Bridge Junction, just to the east of Exeter on the North Devon Line, loco hauled Class 33s on passenger trains and semaphore signals!
1.2.Looking at Okehampton Army Camp in the 1890s and when the Yanks were there in 1944, and Royal Naval Target Practice Seawards off Plymouth.
Stop press "extra!" june 2008 Cyberheritage is pleased to be able to host images from the "private family albums" of days past from "Through Their Eyes." James Payne from the UK is the man here.
Thonys Head Lighthouse, Falmouth in 1942, just look at the WW2 camo!.Its.75mb bitmap, so it will take a little while to load.
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