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… and why should they when he’s having so much fun! Old Portsmouth Hotwalls was busy even though the school holidays have ended. Lots of ships and boats and, as can bee seen from above, youngsters enjoying jumping into the … Continue reading
So here is the fifteenth and final photograph album my parents kept. You can see that it’s incomplete in that the first page inside the cover held a number of photos yet to be mounted. However, as this part of … Continue reading
Here is the eleventh album from my late parent’s analogue photo collection. This covers 1995 and 1996. Dad and mum were in their mid sixties and enjoying retirement and their grandchildren.
Here is the tenth album from my late parent’s analogue photo collection. This covers 1994 and 1995. For me, royalty, gardening and family come to mind when viewing it.
The eighth album from my late parents analogue photo collection. This covers 1990 and 1991.
Here is the seventh of my late parents fifteen analogue photo albums. This one covers 1989 and 1990.
Here is the sixth of my late parents fifteen analogue photo albums. This one covers 1988 and 1989.