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Round of applause for Eggy

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I don't know about anybody else but I personally think that Eggy is well worth a round of applause for all the fantastic work he's doing with these photos! Get your hands together!

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Keep the pics rolling in eggy 'ol mate

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Thank you, but I'm just collating the pics from other peoples collections , the www and Google street view.

It's thanks to Foxy, John Dawson, Blank & Cympil (and others I will have missed) that have supplied most of the Then photos.

  

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7 hours ago, Eggy1948 said:

Thank you, but I'm just collating the pics from other peoples collections , the www and Google street view.

It's thanks to Foxy, John Dawson, Blank & Cympil (and others I will have missed) that have supplied most of the Then photos.

  

What do you mean "just"! It's a lot of work  and effort you're putting into it and it's very much appreciated.

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