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James

Same place in September last year.




James H
me

peter kemp wrote:
Deciding who doe's washing up.



was that pic took in the 70?
cybers

Greenock .... Long after the tall ships have buggered aff

The James Watt Dock by David C Laurie, on Flickr
st200

 
cybers

Seahouses - Northumberland... The Tidal Sanctuary


Sanctuary by David C Laurie, on Flickr
fastnet

I didn't know this forum existed until now.

And all the pics have beeen removed except for 2 crackers.

Brilliant pics Davie.
cybers

Same old story though John .... People using freebie accounts with limitations imposed then they need to make way for other stuff so need to delete from the back and we wind up with a forum full of placemats and no images !!!

Shame too as Peter told some cracking yarns and they were made relevant by some cracking photo's too.
Beano

cybers wrote:
Same old story though John .... People using freebie accounts with limitations imposed then they need to make way for other stuff so need to delete from the back and we wind up with a forum full of placemats and no images !!!

Shame too as Peter told some cracking yarns and they were made relevant by some cracking photo's too.

Cybers....dunno if mods can clean up threads with deleted photos but if they can they have a big job on their hands , a lot of threads have blank spaces now   it does tend to spoil the thread.
cybers

It would be a huge undertaking that is for sure and to delete a lot of them would affect the relevence of what was following on. Thing is a lot of the empty spaces though are down to non active members now so not sure what the solution would be.
James

We delete posts with dead links/photos where and when we see them. Shame it
happens but c'est la vie.

As Cybers said, it's a shame some of these are missing as Peters pics (especially
those with 'Bad Bob') were crackers.


James H
cybers

Could not agree more about the "Bad Bob" thread James that was a true link into the life and times of a hill walker with great photos. Was as interested in the photos as the tale that accompanied them.
sputnik

i love the bad bob stuff too.as i have mentioned before i live near him and still see him out and about and often wonder what he would have thought about seeing the stuff on here but as he disnae even have a telly the computer might be a wee bit beyond his comprehension.still has the best cooncil hoose garden i have ever seen,stunning.if the urban glasgow folk ever fancy a canal walk that passes clydebank i would gladly point out where the legend that is bad bob resides.
cybers

Will reveal the location once i have collated the images and touched em up a wee bit...


Happy shoppers by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Doog Doog

well I'm guessing at a campsite.....
Vox Phantom

Edinburgh and Manchester .Again? apologies over volume.


Johnny No Cash by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Off Duty Postwoman by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


The Eleventh Commandment by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Lee McMarvin by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Big Chopper by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Stumped by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Who Needs The Playstation? by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr
Vox Phantom


Hang men clean the Hacienda ironic by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


wilson by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


vader by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


dance dance dance by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


upright by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr

oops Largs......


We Having Fun Yet ? by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Seat by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Compare The Sauerkrauts .Com by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr
dmk

cybers wrote:
Will reveal the location once i have collated the images and touched em up a wee bit...


Happy shoppers by David C Laurie, on Flickr


put us out of our misery then
Doog Doog

great pics,guys.
cybers

Vox Phantom wrote:

Stumped by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr  


Just noticed this it's like one of those paintings that always seems to be in poncy trendy stuff like Talking Heads videos.
cybers


Dorothy's Dream by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

Excellent. Where was this one taken?  
cybers

Mugdock on the Strathblane road
Hawick_1987

It's the type of photo that conjours up a hundred different images  
cybers

The wall creaking when i put my hand on it conjured up a hundred different pairs of underpants  
Vox Phantom

   yup it is a very unstable house.
skintobalinto

Crackin' picture Cybers
dmk

Vox Phantom wrote:

Stumped by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr

love it
love the hand on the knee, the straight back, the crumples on the jacket, the slight turn of the head
i just love it all =]
great wee story prompt

nice find cybers
Doog Doog

Belter,Cybers
fastnet

Brillint pic mate.......Haven't been up that way for ages.

A couple from me........Palacerigg and Calderglen.


Wee hut. by john.mcknight, on Flickr


Calderglen park. by john.mcknight, on Flickr
clarkfield

On the second pic. is that a skeleton emerging next to the L.H. support.
Looks like it to me, Bob.
Hawick_1987

Interesting take on the photo - I would never have seen a skeleton!  
fastnet

Neither did I.........And I took the bloody thing...
clarkfield

fastnet wrote:
Neither did I.........And I took the bloody thing...


Maybe it's just as well you didn't see it    Bob.
fastnet

Thank feck I didn't bob..........I was up there all on my own...
Hawick_1987

If you look closely it appears as if the skeleton is sitting thinking away (an oxymoron if there ever was one)  
skintobalinto

Aberdeen Harbour

Hawick_1987

skintobalinto you must be a mind reader mate -- I'm off to Aberdeen on Wednesday and the harbour was going to be one of my first photos!

Nice pic, keep them coming!  
skintobalinto

Thanks Hawick

Aberdeen - There is an Art Gallery at the end of this Street you know

Beano

Skinto..like that mate    
Hawick_1987

Oh dear oh dear  
Glaspark

Fisherrow Harbour

Fisherrow Harbour, Musselburgh


Fisherrow Harbour by michael.harris79, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

That's a cracker Glaspark  
Glaspark

Thanks Hawick_1987, much appreciated
cybers


The Old Course by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

cybers wrote:

The Old Course by David C Laurie, on Flickr


The opening credits to the Open in 2054 from the BBC?  
cybers

IT will probably be under water gowf from St Andrews if the global warming scaremongers are to be believed


Is it wrong though to having thoughts of riding my motocrosser the full length of that course  
fastnet

That is an effin' cracker........


Fauldhouse plaque. by john.mcknight, on Flickr
cybers

fastnet wrote:
That is an effin' cracker........


Fauldhouse plaque. by john.mcknight, on Flickr


The best bit of Fauldhoose .. Grey Drab and no as colourful as its inhabitants .... Used to get my bike tuned at Howard Cross's doon from the co-op
Place was mental
fastnet

I was born and brought up there.............

Back through yesterday to see the faither in law when I saw this.
cybers

Telt yi ... colourful inhabitants pmsl  
Beano

cybers wrote:
Telt yi ... colourful inhabitants pmsl  
Everything is now explained...    Fastnet yer a "sheepshagger"      
fastnet

Pair of wallopers...........
Doog Doog

Great pics,guys
cybers


Windmill by David C Laurie, on Flickr
dmk

wow that blue is intense
nice wee find
the stonework looks great
cybers

We had a couple of Caravans on the site beside this i mind as a wean playing in the ruin.
Doog Doog

excellent
Vox Phantom


Tarpaulin by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr

couldn't think where else to post this? It's Troon.Not that you could tell mind ..............................
Doog Doog

Interesting......
cybers

Dalwhinnie...
Hawick_1987

Ooh cracker  
Doog Doog

the detail of the hills is so crisp.
fastnet

That looks like it could be in the mid west of America.

Great shot.
dmk

biggar

cybers

Love the C.o.C in that ... I can never get my suns round and starry  
dmk

yea circles of confusion are cool 
cybers

Doog Doog

 Cracking pics,Donna & Cybers

Is that the crossing at Kirknewton?
Glaspark

Leven, Fife


Seascape 1 by michael.harris79, on Flickr
skintobalinto

Just outside Montrose

cybers

Love the photo of Montrose Basin ... its an awesome place in october when theres 40,000 pink footed geese on the bugger all honking like hell...
cybers

Crianlarich Station Cludgies and waiting room


Crianlarich Station by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Lone Groover

Jolly good Cybers
dmk

wots that cyclist upto    
love the lights on this one cybers
cybers

No expert but either he had a bad dose of the shits the way he jumped of his bike and ran in the lav or judging by the mag under his arm something else ... he never even seen me  
Doog Doog

Great pics,Gents.
cybers

Balfron


A875 - Balfron by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Hawick_1987

Smashing wee house Cybers - not too sure about the location though!  
Vox Phantom


Babysham 69 by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Kev by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Leg Man by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr


Traumatised by new dawn fades2010, on Flickr

Manchester!
cybers

Beecraigs Loch Retaining Wall


Makes you wonder by David C Laurie, on Flickr
caledonia84


Elvanfoot Church by Caledonia84, on Flickr


Dumfries Rubber Works? by Caledonia84, on Flickr


Kirkgunzeon Tree by Caledonia84, on Flickr
Beano

caledonia84 wrote:



While there did you visit the navvies graveyard,

The story about this graveyard

This is the graveyard of 37 Irish navigators who died of a possible typhus outbreak during the construction of the Carlisle to Glasgow Railway. The ground was consecrated in 1847 by the Bishop of Glasgow.

Elvanfoot Bridge Navvies Graveyard by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
caledonia84

Dammit! I'll need to stop off down there next time I'm passing!, thanks for the info, always good to find out a bit history :)

I was surprised at the church, took a wonder round it today looked pretty rundown from the road but I thought it was still in use, apparently not.............

The door hasn't been opened in some time



I then went round the back and the whole rear window is missing open to the elements! :( I can see it going down hill very quickly
Beano

This is how the window looked in 2010,


Elvanfoot Church by Ben.Allison36, on Flickr
cybers

It actually looks like it has been salvaged and removed rather than smashed out seeing as most of the brickwork that once surrounded the frame seems relatively undamaged.

Right rope ladder time God's hoose is getting burgled.
caledonia84

cybers wrote:
It actually looks like it has been salvaged and removed rather than smashed out seeing as most of the brickwork that once surrounded the frame seems relatively undamaged.

Right rope ladder time God's hoose is getting burgled.


Good to see how it looked before!, I agree cybers looks proffesionally done at least, God knows why they didn't board it up?
fastnet

caledonia84 wrote:
cybers wrote:
It actually looks like it has been salvaged and removed rather than smashed out seeing as most of the brickwork that once surrounded the frame seems relatively undamaged.

Right rope ladder time God's hoose is getting burgled.


Good to see how it looked before!, I agree cybers looks proffesionally done at least, God knows why they didn't board it up?


But does he ?.....
caledonia84

fastnet wrote:
caledonia84 wrote:
cybers wrote:
It actually looks like it has been salvaged and removed rather than smashed out seeing as most of the brickwork that once surrounded the frame seems relatively undamaged.

Right rope ladder time God's hoose is getting burgled.


Good to see how it looked before!, I agree cybers looks proffesionally done at least, God knows why they didn't board it up?


But does he ?.....


Vinny the Mackem

As a global market leader, this advert is pretty disappointing!

Rail bridge over River Wear, Sunderland

fastnet


Wemyss bay station. by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Doog Doog

Belter,Fastnet
cybers


Inverary by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Doog Doog

  That is a belter
joyce

 Fantastic photo..
skintobalinto

Wonderful shot Cybers  
AlanM


Mugdock Castle by 1Alan_M, on Flickr
cybers

Love the flare at the edge of your crystal knacker there  
Doog Doog

   Stunning pic,Alan.
norrie

Great photos guys
Doog Doog

Mugdock




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