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What ever happened to those drivers you spent hours with.. and recollect on those characters in the industry sadly no longer with us.
This forum is for us all to indulge in a little nostalgia and remember with rose coloured glasses how much better it was in the olden days In the late seventies/early eighties I remember seeing on a daily basis the green & white tilt trailers of Chris Hudson International, wheeling through Kimbolton.
Needless to say, in a matter of weeks there was no trace of the virus in his system!!!!
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Hi All, We have spent the weekend clearing the boundary wall that separates our garden from our neighbours of the ivy and other plants that she grows up it on her side which have been growing over the top into our garden and have discovered the damage is horrific and very serious.
The wall is bowed in towards our garden and dipped and huge chunks of the wall are separated from the rest of it. Really, a swift kick or even if she leant on it from her side would bring it crashing down and I am concerned for the safety of my dog or anyone in my garden when it goes.
Remember when going scotch (if from the south), or going down to the smoke (if from the north), was long distance? Recall those companies long gone, where every day was an adventure?
When driving a 111 or F89 meant you were truly the king of the road?