Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by CL1, Nov 19, 2017.
Up until now, I thought the 737 was the Fat Albert of the skies. So thanks for that.
Plastic toy soldiers set up for battle at the side of the River Teme
Parking sign of the old school still in use Shropshire,England
Wall advert,Wealdstone,nw London
Mouser on the Underground
Saw these grates today on TV. Assume they are somewhere near Westminster but don't know for sure.
Anyone recognize them and know what they are for? Look old.
They look like they are just blocking off the basement, but the padlock does not look to be much of a deterrent.
Yes it is safety gate to keep people out and the odd idiot who leaps over and falls 15 ft
I wonder if the location is within a covered building such as a major rail station.The panels appear to not to be solid but look typical of ventilation panels.
I would say that that panels look like ventilation grids, probably for some plant contained within that building
No Harry they are all round the building in the Westminster area
End of the line
Stanmore Village Station,Middlesex now a private house closed during the Beeching cuts.
Bit of a change ! Think I'd have kept it original
Multi legged Tree Creeper,banks of Yeading Brook
High Wycombe ,Buckinghamshire.
Ready to fire
Just saw this very short clip on TV reporting on Brexit. It looks like the PM is walking into an old privy. I know it isn't but the rough, moldy looking timber, uneven bricks and drain pipe to the left looked odd. Is this a familiar building entrance to you in England?
many churches and buildings of a certain age have entrances like this
Could be the old labour exchange, but I could be wrong.
Now you have given up on the R.S.P.B., an introduction to a new hobby.
The Gorge - Electricity Pylon Design
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