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May 11, 2011

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Loughborough past and present in the picture

  • Green Man...2
    Eventually there will be a lot of photographs in this album - because I have so many photos of Loughborough past and present in my collection. And, as they say, every picture tells a story.

Picture power

  • Saluting the burning embers
    This album brings back memory happy memories - of the time, not so long ago, when I got a new lease of life and tried various exciting things such as firewalking, walking on broken glass and board breaking. Friends and relatives also tried firewalking and all received a mighty boost.

Joys of journalism

  • Editorial party...12
    Just a few snapshots from the 50-plus years that I have spent as a journalist. These pictures will bring back memories for past and presenty members of the Echo editorial staff.

Fav photos

  • Coronation photo unearthed
    These pictures are a mixed bag. I have chosen them simply because I believe that, for a variety of reasons, they are all of interest.

Old family photos

  • Having a cracking time with party hats
    This album is likely to continue to be expanded for some time yet, as more and more pictures from the past come into my possession. Some of the photos are very old - others fairly recent.