When Shields was alive

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the fog horn at marsden, i once walked past it in full swing and it almost bost my ear drums

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jimmywizz wrote:the fog horn at marsden, i once walked past it in full swing and it almost bost my ear drums
Yes jimmy, brianc already mentioned that one, it's certainly something
you don't forget when it blasts and you're close to it. :D
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Mr Smith wrote:
jimmywizz wrote:the fog horn at marsden, i once walked past it in full swing and it almost bost my ear drums
Yes jimmy, brianc already mentioned that one, it's certainly something
you don't forget when it blasts and you're close to it. :D
I used to hear it when I was in bed at my grans house near Jarrow Park.
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When your packet of crisps had a little blue bag in them.

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A bag of broken biscuits from Wrights.

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Mr.quigley he had a mobile van selling fruit and veg and milk had to go up a couple of steps to get in.

following the van that cleaned the drains cos if there were any toys he would put them on the pavement, rinse them hey presto tiys.

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