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Author Topic: New early colour photo series! England in the summer and early fall of 1939  (Read 5513 times)

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great pictures, THX

I already imagine a "Onedin line" pulp scenario between mountains of guano - probably easy to make with cat-litter  :D

Offline fred

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And as Lincolnshire has always been farming country - then fertiliser - whether natural or not would have been likely to be delivered here.

And the first tank was built just half-a-mile to the right of the photos.

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A lovely resource cheers for posting.

Offline Old Contemptable

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Love the Morris Eight Convertible. Great color combination too. Hard to find a rust free example. The English weather is very hard on those great sports cars.
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