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Offline griz

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Short 1901 film of Manchester
« on: Friday 01 October 10 05:02 BST (UK) »
Old film of Manchester 1901. Enlarge to fulll screen.

 Its lovely I wish there were more.

 I also wish they all had name tags just in case  ;D
Boyle, Co. Leitrim  Boyle, Co. Tyrone, Shaughnessy, Co in Ireland  unknown, and  Manchester, UK.  Pope, Cheshire. Chadwick, Speke, Lancs.  Frankish, Hunmanby, Yorks.  Brindley, Audley, Staffs and  Middlesex.

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Re: Short 1901 film of Manchester
« Reply #1 on: Friday 01 October 10 21:31 BST (UK) »
Thank you for posting this one Griz it's lovely. As you say it would be good if they all had name tags on, you can't help wondering can you??
AVERY, Berks, BLUNDELL, North Meols, BOND, Wilts,  BRUNDRETT, Lancs, CHORLTON, Salford, DUNKLEY, West Haddon, FOGGIN, Yorks, GRANT, Durham,  GRESTY, Salford, GRINDROD, Salford, HUMM, Bethnal Green, MALONEY, Limerick & Lancs,  MARCHANT, Worcs, McPHERSON, Kent, MELLISH, Finsbury, PERRETT, Wilts,  RAGG, Yorks, RAINSFORD, Staffs, RENSHAW, Salford, ROSS, Leicester, TIGHE/TYE, All, WELLER, Berks, WILKINSON, Wes
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