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Taking a brisk walk into town to take my important paper to the bank to have them vaulted I was caught by a passing carriage.

As I tripped my case opened and my paperwork was blown away. I managed to save the photos, but all the crossreferenced threadwork was lost.

 

I am now in possesion of pictures with no reference.

 

The first picture from my Owlstalk casebook is this one.

 

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The only other clue is a pencil note on the back with a song lyric. 'There maybe trouble ahead'

 

Any ideas?

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Road Safety Sign.

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Anyone of four , Irving Berlin,Nat King Cole,Frank Sinatra and Fred Astaire 

 

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12 minutes ago, Hughthecone said:

Anyone of four , Irving Berlin,Nat King Cole,Frank Sinatra and Fred Astaire 

 

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Can any play left back ? 

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7 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:

Can any play left back ? 

Frank Sinatra maybe I believe he was a leftfooter.:ph34r:

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48 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

Taking a brisk walk into town to take my important paper to the bank to have them vaulted I was caught by a passing carriage.

As I tripped my case opened and my paperwork was blown away. I managed to save the photos, but all the crossreferenced threadwork was lost.

 

I am now in possesion of pictures with no reference.

 

The first picture from my Owlstalk casebook is this one.

 

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image.png.2537a65368456b1c3c2fd9393a61351f.png

 

The only other clue is a pencil note on the back with a song lyric. 'There maybe trouble ahead'

 

Any ideas?

 

Looks like Barnsleys main stand lol

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56 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

Taking a brisk walk into town to take my important paper to the bank to have them vaulted I was caught by a passing carriage.

As I tripped my case opened and my paperwork was blown away. I managed to save the photos, but all the crossreferenced threadwork was lost.

 

I am now in possesion of pictures with no reference.

 

The first picture from my Owlstalk casebook is this one.

 

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image.png.2537a65368456b1c3c2fd9393a61351f.png

 

The only other clue is a pencil note on the back with a song lyric. 'There maybe trouble ahead'

 

Any ideas?

 

Is it where you once got drunk and then took her ladyship home for the first time, hence the 'There maybe trouble ahead' ?

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1 minute ago, Hookowl said:

Is it where you once got drunk and then took her ladyship home for the first time, hence the 'There maybe trouble ahead' ?

 

That was more than trouble. It was a living nightmare of quite litterally gargantuan proportions!

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Snoots, is the answer medallions by any chance?

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4 minutes ago, Ronio said:

Snoots, is the answer medallions by any chance?

 

No idea!  But someone always has to mention pork at least once in every thread!

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7 hours ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

No idea!  But someone always has to mention pork at least once in every thread!

 

 

Well it does look like it's down a "lane"way, and that'S2 gables I see ; and it could be a hotel !!!! No sign of any discarded shoes though ??? lol 

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Was there moonlight and music and love and romance?

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8 hours ago, Hughthecone said:

Frank Sinatra maybe I believe he was a leftfooter.:ph34r:

 

lol

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