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Iarnrod
post 19 Nov 2015, 08:48
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Oooh, had seen the Southern Ireland one before but forgotten it. IIRC it might have been in the management offices at Paddington which I visited on London Poppy Day a couple of years ago.

Bearing in mind my background and the supposed area of my layout this may well be saved & copied fr use...


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TonyDaly
post 19 Nov 2015, 09:36
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Thank you for that last one.
Down my way.


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kristopher1805
post 19 Nov 2015, 09:38
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Great posters MMD please keep them coming, I also always liked the carriage scenic pictures some railways used.
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Makemineadouble
post 20 Nov 2015, 08:29
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Thanks for all the comments, as it's Friday heres a bonus.



F Mason 1938






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Makemineadouble
post 20 Nov 2015, 23:16
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C Pears 1938


Freda lingstrom 1931


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Makemineadouble
post 22 Nov 2015, 07:43
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F Mason 1946


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kristopher1805
post 23 Nov 2015, 07:50
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Reminder there of how democracy should not work, rightly it says Tintern Abbey England, however in 1975 without reference to the population Monmouthshire was given to Wales where it sits today. The border was the Rhymney River once upon a time.

No problems with this myself except that the local people should have been asked first
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Makemineadouble
post 23 Nov 2015, 09:07
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I dont think I want to be involved in border political debates. As far as I'm concerned I regard
it as England .
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post 24 Nov 2015, 06:59
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E Coffin 1936
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Makemineadouble
post 25 Nov 2015, 08:56
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post 25 Nov 2015, 19:28
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That "Holiday Haunts" poster does remind one that the 2nd War was coming....

Thanks for the postings, all very interesting...

London from the air (GWR) is a case in point


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post 26 Nov 2015, 04:43
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Superb, and such sentiments and images of simpler times. The London ones are amazing, not a high-rise building in sight. I also have the 'Posters book mentioned on page 1 of the thread. Unfortunate name for an artist - E Coffin.
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post 26 Nov 2015, 08:04
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thanks for the comments. biggrin.gif


Ralph Amp Brown_ c 1923
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post 26 Nov 2015, 18:44
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QUOTE (reddo @ 26 Nov 2015, 05:43) *
The London ones are amazing, not a high-rise building in sight.
In the 1960s I worked in the highest building in London, it was 10 storeys high! It was used by the Post Office Engineering Department (now BT) and the 'Post Office Tower', now the BT Tower was under construction.


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post 27 Nov 2015, 08:15
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Ah yes, Ron. I visited the Post Office Tower on a school trip in 1969 I think it was. Quite something it was in those days...
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