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  1. Yes in the 50's we had a man come round in a lorry and we would get a stone flagon of Ginger Beer. It held about a gallon and had a cork bung and was returnable...it was delicious, very sharp and gingery so it would burn the back of your throat if you drank it too fast.
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  2. Should be fixed now - apologies - was due to a broken upgrade!
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  3. I’m of the old school, I don’t consider the William Mitchell frieze art, the work of the Tory family is art, the work of the Glasgow Boys is art, the work of french impressionists is art, Chantry`s Sleeping Children now that IS art, Mr Mitchell’s frieze just leaves me cold.
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  4. Wonderful post SteveHB , Thanks a lot. Its brought back memories of when I spent many hours trainspotting on the wall adjacent to Brightside Station. Always on the lookout for Thames Clyde Express which as a yhoung lad was the highlight of a day. Here are some details of named trains back in the 50's/60's, SHEFFIELD NAMED TRAINS Times are Sheffield departures from the winter 1959/60 timetable unless otherwise stated. The Waverley, Thames Clyde & Devonian served Sheffield Midland, the Master Cutler and North Country Continental Victoria. THe Master Cutler was inaugurated in
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