Any old Pics


#722

Cool ‘plane tho’, the Mig 21… :sunglasses:


#723

Obvious troll is obvious.


#724

He’s on form today.


#725

Mig 25 had better valves.


#726

Carnaby St 1968


#727

Meh, that’s rubbish, no cool planes in it.


#728


Circa 1910: The smallest shop in London at 4 Bateman Street, Soho. The shop, occupied by a cobbler, is six feet long, five feet high and two feet deep. The rent is three pounds a week.


November 1933: bustling market on Berwick Street Soho


#729

The group to the right of the tar vehicle, the bloke far left is my grandad.

Kenilworth Street, Hartlepool


#730

Shillings surely?


#731

Sounds more like it doesn’t it? Source: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/save-soho-fascinating-old-photos-vibrant-heart-londons-west-end-over-years-1495269

Looking at the conversion calculator for 1910 the cobblers rent was £247.06 PW


#732

Is that Paul Jones ? circa Manfred Mann


#733

Moving Pics


#734

Some great shots in this…


#735

That’s brilliant. Love the way the bloke pulls his mates head down to the sweet spot. Hahaha


#736

I’m surprised that @Jim wasn’t already there :mushroom:


#737

The thought of @Jim pulling someone’s head into his ‘sweet’ spot has quite put me off my afternoon nap


#738

#739

Winson green,1979;

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#740

Donkey walks into a bar…Stratford,1960s


#741

Nissan huts East London 1960s;

And one of the last tenants in Stratford;