gingermunkie

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    1979 just before Marks and Spencer's officially opened their new store...
     
     

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    1960s Muirton park.. 
     

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    Have a guess..
     

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    County place..
     

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    Princes/Canal st...
     

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    When Sandemans was a library... I'm sure I've had many a pint at this table recently.. 
     
     

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    Bridgend "coffin" house getting demolished c1975
     

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    Braw..
     

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    1930.. corner of George st
     

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    Staff and curious children in Watergate, Perth, outside the printing works of J Young and Sons at number 66. The cart is stacked with newly printed literature and the firm has taken the opportunity to advertise its venture
     

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    Harbour 1880
     

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    York place 1909
     

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    These boys are waiting outside John Gorrie's business in Perth, first thing in the morning, hoping to be given jobs for the day
     

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    Beveridge builders.. New Row.. c1900
     

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    Main st Bridgend...1890
     

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    Children play on the cobbled streets at the back of Pullars buildings along Carpenter Street in Perth, about 1905
     


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    The front of the 'new' public swimming baths on Dunkeld Road,1888. The baths held 2 'ponds', one for males and one for females. They were filled up twice a week with water from the town's lade, it took 2.5 hours to fill one pond
     

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    Princes st.. 1906
     

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    gingermunkie reacted to Dutch Saint in Player contracts and transfers   
    Building for the future. They were both past their use by date. Imho
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    Install solar panels on the main stand roof , which will power the stadium and the floor lights and sell the excess electricity back to SSE
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    gingermunkie reacted to RandomGuy in Player contracts and transfers   
    I think he played 11 games for them, over a year ago.
    Hes just another inexperienced kid. I don't see any benefit at all to developing him for a season rather than Duffy.
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    Duffy has played more 90 minute senior games in the past two months than Ralston has in the past two seasons.
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    The end of the old post office.. sold just before it was demolished.. 

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    Where Specsavers is noo.. 
     

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    Letham road 1930.. (photo taken approx where the Plough Inn was)...