Any old Pics - replicating google images, one post at a time (Part 2)

Fuck yeah !

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Akai Barry

Barry Sheene’s breaks over his mental career:

Toes | 3x Left / 4x Right

Left Ankle | Once

Right Ankle | 4 Times

Left Tibia and Fibula | Once

Right Tibia and Fibula | Twice

Left Femur | Once

Heelbone | Once

Vertebrae | Twelve

Ribs | 4x Left / 5x Right

Split Kidney | Once

Collarbone | 3x Left / 4x Right****

Right Forearm | Once

Wrist | 4x Left / 1x Right********

Metacarpals | 4x Left

Knuckles | 4x Left

Fingers | 4x Left

Amputated Left Little Finger

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'Tis but a scratch

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Richmond lock and footbridge.

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BBC Broadcasting House under construction in 1930


Studio’s 4A & B

Studio 6E

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Another world.

More here https://broadcastinghouse.org/

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The levels of design and taste running throughout Broadcasting house are just beautiful. Thanks for this Edd.

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How I long for a retro futurist movie/tv take on something like Asimov with sets like that.

Agreed, I’d even settle for 'Carry on transmitting". But that’s possibly not PC.

I’m afraid it’s not the BBC either - the transmitters were flogged off 25 years ago.

Coincidentally I just acquired this…

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Like that :ok_hand:

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When computers looked like Space 1999 :robot:

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Yes! The future was much better in 1969 - reality fucking SUCKS!

The Legendary Hurst Girls– Marsha on left, Linda Vaughn in center & Nikki on right*
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Nothing phallic to see here, focus on the side burns.


Perfectly memorable Hurst branding


Linda Vaughn, the legendary “Miss Hurst Golden Shifter”


I’m guessing this was before health and safety?

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Niiicceee . . .Hemi Under Glass . . . could run a 1/4 mile doing a wheelie . . .

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Not “could”, was designed to.

“Wheel Standers” were a thing.

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