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Old 02-19-2008, 09:45 PM
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Attachment 101Bugger!!
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Cheers for that Rob
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Old 02-19-2008, 09:53 PM
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Well that was a start.......infuriating tho now.......had some gooduns!
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Old 02-21-2008, 11:25 AM
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Those Barlow and Watts pictures are great, it was made when I was just a twinkle in my fathers eye!

I love the picture of the Black Lion Pub, I have a massive collection of photo's histories and books regarding the history of Hull's pubs, inns and hotels.

Great stuff.

I am happy this thread made it back.

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Old Montague Street 1930s
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Hanbury Street back yard
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Some messing about on my part
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German bomber over the East End
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Farthing Breakfasts. Hanbury Street I think.
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Whitechapel High Street then........
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And now.
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The Victoria Home, no less
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Whitechapel Station around 1905
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Default Re post 23 Dakin Brothers

Dakin Brothers were wholesale and export druggists whose premises in Middlesex Street were bought by Wrights the soap manufacturer in the 1930s
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