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Dirty Old River, Must You Keep Rolling

November 15th 2019
Outside St. Pancras station on a dark November early evening, the four of us and our luggage joined the taxi rank. We had just spent the day on the train down to London from Scotland. I could tangibly feel the atmosphere change from the glorious Caledonian open air we had been enjoying to the claustrophobic miasma of the capital city. We said goodbye to Simon and then Mom, Uncle Walt and I sped of ... read more
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26th June 2021

Mom's Door
There's always a story behind any old door especially if given the opportunity to see what is within. Did your Mum perchance seek to enter her red Number 10? 'Cos if she did, who knows what memories would flood back in! I will post this in our 'Doors, doors & more doors' thread in the Photography Forum.
27th June 2021

Unopen Doors
No, we just looked from the outside. You're right though, it could've been really interesting. A few years ago a grandchild a previous owner of our house asked if they could take a look around. It was really interesting to hear about her experiences and how the house had changed over the decades. Like time collapsing.

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