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hi can you help me.johnny miller lived in millfield(rag n bone man) my grandfather who i never met would love any sort of info

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I remeber Jimmy Miller the rag man, from Bedlington Station

Bob Luke was also a rag and bone man from the Station

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Bob Luke was also a rag and bone man from the Station

sorry lads but this is the wrong millers my ancestor came from bedlington,coach road and millfield thank anyway

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sorry lads but this is the wrong millers my ancestor came from bedlington,coach road and millfield thank anyway

Any auld iron.......

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hello, the only thing that comes to mind was the horse and wagon traipsin doon wor lane and us trying to find anything to give him and get some balloons, FYI A RAGPICKERS DREAM IS WHATS LEFT IN THE SLOP TRAY AT THE BAR AT THE END OF THE NIGHT ...A CHEAP DRINK TO SAY THE LEAST, Mark Knofler has a canny song about it...

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hello, the only thing that comes to mind was the horse and wagon traipsin doon wor lane and us trying to find anything to give him and get some balloons, FYI A RAGPICKERS DREAM IS WHATS LEFT IN THE SLOP TRAY AT THE BAR AT THE END OF THE NIGHT ...A CHEAP DRINK TO SAY THE LEAST, Mark Knofler has a canny song about it...

WOT has neebody got a comeback fer the dream??

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WOT has neebody got a comeback fer the dream??

I've never seen Mark Knopfler's name mentioned in the same sentence as a 'canny song'.

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I've never seen Mark Knopfler's name mentioned in the same sentence as a 'canny song'.
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then his music must be an aquired taste, how about "speedway at nazereth" one of the best songs when you,re on the road,and a great guitar riff in it

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then his music must be an aquired taste, how about "speedway at nazereth" one of the best songs when you,re on the road,and a great guitar riff in it

Stop it now, you're embarassing yourself.

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then his music must be an aquired taste, how about "speedway at nazereth" one of the best songs when you,re on the road,and a great guitar riff in it

Stop it now, you're embarassing yourself.

:lol: :lol:

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theres still a rag and bone man/scrap man who comes down my street at the station!

sure thats not the scrapman?

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theres still a rag and bone man/scrap man who comes down my street at the station!

Gypo's get everywhere,lock up ya bairns :lol::lol:

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