Trevor S

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Trevor S last won the day on October 9 2015

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    Grindelwald Tasmania
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    Motor Sports, Fishing, Touring, Gardening, Good beers and malt whisky.

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  1. Welcome to Nottstalgia, lost_the_plots...I look forward to sharing your memories...
  2. Welcome to Nottstalgia, Heather...I look forward to sharing yours and your fil's memories...
  3. Welcome to Nottstalgia, Rob J...I look forward to sharing your memories...
  4. Welcome to Nottstalgia, Angelus_Ricardus...I look forward to sharing your memories...
  5. Welcome to Nottstalgia, BrianL51.. It was me and my memory that must have got your Mum's name wrong. It was Hazel Luff and I knew her for the 4 years that I rode the Roy's coach back and forth to Radcliffe. A great lady, very fair but would take no nonsense. Remember the time that someone let a stinkbomb off downstairs when we were on the bypass going to RoT. She stopped the bus and her and the driver demanded to know who did it. Never did find out but she was one angry lady. Still, she let us smoke on the bus and that was great back then. Seem to remember that your Mum told us about yo
  6. Welcome to Nottstalgia, dale64...I look forward to sharing your memories...
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    Welcome to Nottstalgia, Walter. I look forward to sharing your memories..Lived in WB (Holme Road) as a nipper..
  8. Welcome to Nottstalgia, Blocco. I look forward to sharing your memories.. Thoroughly enjoyed watching ROT Parts 1 & 2. Took me back to my childhood and youth as I watched the ROT that I remember. Recognised most of the places and few others I did not. Hazard's was on the corner of Lorne Grove and you can see the old chemist on the other corner. But as you say, demolition is widespread and the ROT of old looks like a war zone! Thanks again.......................
  9. Welcome to Nottstalgia, Guru65.. I look forward to sharing your memories..
  10. Welcome to Nottstalgia, Pat.. I look forward to sharing your memories..
  11. Australia’s hottest day?.....1828 at a blistering 53.9 °C Back before man-made climate change was frying Australia, when CO2 was around 300ppm, the continent savoured an ideal pre-industrial climate…….. RIGHT? This is the kind of climate we are spending $10bn per annum to get back too….. Right again? We are told today’s climate has more records and more extremes than times gone by, but the few records we have from the early 1800’s are eye-popping. Things were not just hotter, but so wildly hot it burst thermometers. The earliest temperature records we have show that Australia was a land o
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    Glenn Frey

    R. I. P. Glen Frey.................
  13. Welcome to Nottstalgia, PATTYCAKE...I look forward to sharing your memories...