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Phil, I have no idea where the building is. It was in amongst a bunch that I bought on eBay that were Birmingham cards but it could have been an odd one out. It is a proper old photograph. Anyhow, good of Lyn to notice that they had plenty of molehills - I hadn't noticed that.!! but have had a look and she certainly is right. At least we have had a try. Lynn.
, Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:38 am
Looks like another fine day, I suppose it will be pouring down next weekend because I'm going away. Thats the only bad thing about taking the grandchildren away, we have to book in advance. Normally we just pack a bag and go.
SB - Why don't you do something useful in the garden. No sense in just sitting there looking pretty.!! Bet, you really are doing something useful and your just not letting on that you will be digging hard and cultivating things All day. Got my grass cut this morning but not at the front as there is a car sitting on it - handy parking for Gatwick. Lynn.
good morning lynn and phil....just planted some stocks that i bought yesterday off to my sisters later to have dinner there with another sister..bro and our dad who is having a day out from the nursing home....
lynn..take no notice of what SB says...he is always trying to look busy
, Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:50 am
I think the molehills are piles of fresh lawn mowing's that have been raked together, they look a little large for molehills to me. If I saw those on my lawn I would think I had badgers not moles.
As for the house I have about 50 to 60 photos of Birmingham Schools and Colleges and it doesn't look like any one of them. There again my collection of school photos isn't anywhere complete, and many older private schools were bought up for their land and demolished and factories or office blocks built in their place from the 50's onward.
Are there no clues on the photo at all, like the name of the photographer or a studio?