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Prof
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106 of 115  Wed 4th Dec 2019 3:38pm  
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How sad this beautiful house in Stoke has bit the dust!
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argon
New Milton
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107 of 115  Wed 4th Dec 2019 4:14pm  
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Prof. Exactly what a friend who lives close to me and went to school with me there said when I told him of its demolition. Almost vandalism I think.
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argon
New Milton
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108 of 115  Tue 25th Feb 2020 8:58pm  
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Stoke. A collection of postcards and photos mainly around Binley Road and Stoke Green, Many old views that I had not seen before. Once more on YouTube Stoke
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Prof
Gloucester
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109 of 115  Tue 25th Feb 2020 11:37pm  
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Argon, thanks so much for this super tour of my birth parish and that of my parents in Coventry. Most enjoyable. Two I think not seen before.
Stoke
Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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110 of 115  Wed 26th Feb 2020 9:13am  
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Argon Brill.' loved it. Thanks for the reminder.
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Poetscorner
UK
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111 of 115  Wed 26th Feb 2020 9:37am  
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Thanks for taking the time to put those pics up Argon, I've a few friends would love to see them too. Having been born in Wordsworth road I used to be taken to paddle in the pool on the Binley road. Simpler days, eh ;-)
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Rob Orland
Historic Coventry
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112 of 115  Wed 26th Feb 2020 10:31am  
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On 25th Feb 2020 8:58pm, argon said: Stoke. A collection of postcards and photos mainly around Binley Road and Stoke Green, Many old views that I had not seen before. Once more on YouTube Stoke
He he.... the chap who put that video on YouTube used all the postcards that I'd put onto a Facebook group (Old photos of Coventry & Warwickshire), plus a couple that others had posted ! Wink If anyone wants to see them on here, simply click the blue "Rob's pics" button on the left and type "Stoke" into the search box. Smile
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argon
New Milton
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113 of 115  Wed 26th Feb 2020 11:17am  
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How can anyone possibly keep up with you Rob! You beat us to it every time with your store of information. Thumbs up
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Poetscorner
UK
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114 of 115  Wed 26th Feb 2020 11:26am  
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Well done Rob, your details under the photos are very useful at placing the views, thanks.
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Prof
Gloucester
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115 of 115  Tue 24th Mar 2020 12:36am  
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Forum library image Just to the right of the bus stop. near telegraph pole, was the #9 terminus at Copsewood, during WW2. The bus drove into Bromleigh Drive and then reversed into Momus Boulevard, facing town. The bungalow had a direct hit and left a crater until rebuilt well after the war as there were no materials available. Edited by member, 24th Mar 2020 7:36 pm
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