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Westridge Class Pictures From The 60,s

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11 minutes ago, Sharpy said:

Two more  I have not seen published.

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@Sharpy - would you like me to post this in the Westridge album in the Gallery?

                        What year and class is it?

                        I could also post the photos on the Facebook Bedlington remembered group and see if we can get some names to add to                               the to them.

                          

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XI have a photo numbered @Symptoms but at the moment I don’t have access to my PC with all my files etc. I will post ASAP but at the moment I am stuck with only a borrowed apple iPad that is driving me crackers

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2 hours ago, Symptoms said:

7 = Alan (Cowt) Coultas,  29 = Alan Greenacre,  30 = John Harmmerson (or Harmerson).

Names updated @Symptoms - as John Harmerson is named on the karting photos that's what I have named No 30:)

 

Westridge 1970s numbered cropped named.jpg

Edited by Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

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