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About algy

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  • Birthday 06/10/1940

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    Grappenhall
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    Local History, Ships, Aircraft, Railways & anything mechanical, photography (amature), gardening and life in general Oh! and beer in moderation.
    Dislike driving intensely.

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  1. Are we talking about the Windows 10 upgrade if so I did mine about a month ago and up to now I am quite impressed with the result.
  2. Factory lane tunnel under Bank Quay station looking toward Wilson Patten Street, now blocked off and I believe completely filled in.
  3. algy

    Cleo

    Cleo lost her husband and not to long after she ceased posting, consequently we assumed that that the good lady had also passed also on. She was an an asset to this forum and had a good sense of humour and also not frightened to speak her mind. 😪
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    Apologies

    Thanks Dizz, I hope to add more soon.
  5. algy

    Apologies

    Thank's Davy, I hope so!.
  6. algy

    Apologies

    As the photo section doesn't seem very active nowadays I thought this may be a more appropriate section to issue an apology for most if not all of the images that I had posted in the past that have disappeared from posts on the 'Photo' Section, the reason is that I had closed my account on Photobucket, however I am gradually uploading them to my Flickr account and now downloading them from there. I'm only sorry that I had not done this before but I have only just discovered how to upload the photos from Flickr via the images URL. Algy.
  7. Clucas, this is the original Dog & Dart Inn which stood on the junction of Knutsford Road, Stockport Road and Chester Road, Grappenhall. Credit to Andrea Daniels for the black & white photo. The original Dog and Dart Inn, Grappenhall. c1925. The small single story building is the Toll keepers cottage.
  8. Stallard, I believe the scrapyard you are referring to is 'Podmores' it is still there and trading today.
  9. Credit for the images to all those people who posted them to Warrington Memories (FB) & Warrington Photos Warrington Born (FB).
  10. Very wise! Sid🙃
  11. As you say asp, the old ones are the best, it's a long time since I heard this one but it's still funny, Reagan also tells it well though. 👍
  12. Mix these tablets with the cattle feed - problem solved!
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