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poohbear last won the day on March 16 2014

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    Now in North Notts.
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    Anything from the past
  1. The Third Trent Bridge??

    The horse bridge taken from trent bridge direction....bit blurry.
  2. Your Royal Highness

    A large percentage of the population would like rid of them if only the alternatives were not even worse. Look at the Yanks and their choice of presidents since Kennedy. We're stuck with what we've got.
  3. Your Royal Highness

    And where did they steal the Duchy from in the first place.
  4. Happy New Year

    Sod the New Year...another night of BANG bloody BANG and a dog shaking with fear.
  5. Anybody NOT seen 'Zulu?'

    It's on You Tube
  6. Swimming spot?

    Is that with or without Canada Goose crap??
  7. Nottingham....famous for.........

    Certainly not very exciting without salt....not bad in soup though.
  8. Nottingham....famous for.........

    He introduced the use of celery Cliff Ton...it was growing wild from the Castle Rock to Lenton Marshes.The English just had no idea it was edible.The same gentleman showed us how to make white bread rolls too.
  9. Cycles...cigarettes...hosiery...Potatoes???
  10. Doesn't ring a bell....depends on the year...I left in '59
  11. What would Nottingham suburbs look like if the old artisans hadn't had the use of a million tons of Bulwell stone?
  12. How's your day?

    My clocks are all correct now....cos I didn't bother altering 'em last time.
  13. Nottingham & Notts Books

    'There is a thread somewhere....drivers name was Ernie....got to ride on her for a short distance when I was a lad.
  14. Berserk Aldi checkout operators..

    That's called liquorice cream rock.....
  15. Earthquake 1957

    Not me...but I wouldn't be surprised. The only teacher with a three pronged strap (Tawse) that he enjoyed using.Would have fitted in well in Dickens times.