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    Those are incredibly interesting!
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    If you like looking at old photos and stuff:
    http://www.retronaut.co/

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    And 140 years on the place is still a hole....

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    Thanks for the links guys, wonderful stuff, man I don't think I'd enjoy life back then in London.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigROBOTbill View Post
    Thanks for the links guys, wonderful stuff, man I don't think I'd enjoy life back then in London.
    It's probably not much better now.

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    more Starbucks


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    Love the photos and the even after all this time the descriptions really bring them to life.
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    Those photos are Ahmazing!!! thanks Paul, the definition, clarity & depth of field on some of them is incredible considering the tools they had ; )
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    They had very large negatives, and if they were lucky a good lens. Also only really keen people did it, so they had skills and often money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigROBOTbill View Post
    They had very large negatives, and if they were lucky a good lens. Also only really keen people did it, so they had skills and often money.
    And got them to the lab before a crack fuelled drop kick stabbed them and pinched the camera!

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