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  1. 5 points
    Heard today that I have my pre recovery appointment booked for next Wednesday so it may not be too long before I have my op. I have to go to Turin the appointment is 8am.
  2. 3 points
    The ugly 1960s building standing empty for years on Alfreton Road has finally been demolished.
  3. 3 points
    Reminded me of this Nonna:
  4. 2 points
    My mother-in-law, who worked in tailoring, always said when a bit of blue sky appeared, is there enough to make a pair of trousers?
  5. 2 points
    I’ve got original postcard of this somewhere, must go through the boxes of memorabilia we removed from my late Dad’s house.
  6. 2 points
    Mechanics at Globe & Simpson working on an Austin Cambridge...May 1961.
  7. 1 point
    I hope all goes well nonna, after all this time you deserve some respite. Edit: oo oo I forgot to say .... TAKE IT EASYYYYYY
  8. 1 point
    The worst thing is that I think I can remember it being built!
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    No, much further up towards the City centre on the RHS just above Boden St. It was attached to the original mill factory, since demolished.
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    Whatever tickles your fancy, honky Tonk !
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    Was that Jersey Kapwood's offices at one time?
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    Well I could make lots of grey trousers today (if I had the tailoring skills) but I fancy a nice blue pair!
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    That picture reminds of back in the early 60's when Shipstones were clients of the accountancy firm where I worked. They still had the dray horses and I believe a foal was born around that time. The offices were very traditional and very 'pre-computer'. The books and records were kept in immaculate handwriting. The office floors were highly polished wood block parquet and it was impossible to move at speed without the danger of slipping. At 11a.m everyday a crate of ale was ceremonially brought into the audit room for us! I believe all the staff had a daily ale ration and the draymen would consume a considerable amount on their rounds!
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    Remember Good Vibrations well. run by two hippy chicks. Got a card..which was stamped..when you'd bought 12 album's you.got one free!
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    Good Vibrations almost opposite The Old Grey Nags Head. Still there when i last visited. Many years ago( early 70s) Ace Records was on Mansfield Rd..just above Richer Sounds but across the way- great for sixties US garage and surf punk...he relocated to Wollaton Street. ..he was a Ted..next to Stockwoods Cafe and Scamps. He is now in West End Arcade!
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    HSR..when the Stones had had enough of Decca..they were obligated to provide one more single before their contract ceased. Jagger & Richards did so..Sir Edward Lewis in Decca House played the tape...and choked on his cigar!! (Have a play on YouTube.) too rude for me to paste on NS...craftily the stones reserved Brown Sugar for when they set up their own label..marketed by Atlantic.
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    Correct HSR..Rob Smith ran it for a while, i purchased on red 12" vinyl- Co**sucker Blues and Brown Sugar..lots of stuff in cardboard boxes!
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    Recall another shop just down from Arcade in the Arcade. Only place I came across in Nott's that had a few bootlegs, picked up JH Experience on the Swinging Pig label there. Stocked mainly jazz & classical. Can't remember the name..
  20. 1 point
    Arcade Records..on Chapel Bar.great for Hor Zu and Bravo german albums...Chapel Fish Bar..great saveloys..replaced the Shing Fat Chinese.
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    Plenty of ducklings and young geese around at Attenborough Nature Reserve this lunchtime, but I didn't see any cygnets unfortunately. Hoards of little black midges though !
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    Not when I drove it
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    Trent Bridge again.
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    Back to the top end of Peveril Street, where it comes out alongside the bank building at Alfreton Road....
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    This brings back a lot of memories. From Picture the Past, it's the record dept in the basement of Boots on Pelham Street, taken in January 1972. Around those times I spent a hell of a lot of money here. I'm amazed I'm not in the picture. Most of the record selection was off to the left, but you can see LPs stacked up along the wall at the back; the area on the right is books and stationery.
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