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Alan Beastall

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About Alan Beastall

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    Nottinghamshire, England, U.K.


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    15 Feb 2008

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  1. Old Law, off Holy Island Lindisfarne, Northumberland with the Q.
  2. Well done Lori. I bet those little ducklings are chuffed in winning. A good challenge this month. Here are my three. Gayle Beck, Hawes, Yorkshire Nuns Valley, Maderia A British summers day.
  3. I thought these British icons would bring back sweet memories from the past but do not despair you can still come across them, mainly in villages across the UK. Not for phoning in most cases but for book loan schemes, flower seed exchange, defibrillators, etc. I even came across one that had a fish tank in it with live fish. The image used here B&W was take last week in a small Derbyshire village of Ilam in the Peak District in full working order, card but no cash and the colour image below from Milldale along Dovedale in Staffoldshire.
  4. Can anybody remember using these black, sorry red telephone boxes? Before iphones or even a home telephone you would have to walk to the nearest one to use these phone boxes. One of the worst experience would to wait outside in the winter in pouring rain for someone to finish then use the handset when they had been smoking or had coughs and sneezes. How would we cope today with covid?
  5. Just a few that have sold this month. River Teme, Ludlow Four lane upgrade with no hard shoulder. Bad Move. Italian town of Limone Sul Garda British icons, Red Phone Box, Landrover Defender, Union Flag
  6. Same here Alex, half way through and sales are higher and revenue equal to the whole of last year.😃
  7. Brill VbFolly, you have cracked the techniqiue. Not an easy subject to photograph. Alan
  8. On and off the East Coast Mainline with the Q.
  9. Are we an endangered species like the Honey Bee? Not if we stop poisoning the land and give nature a hand.
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