You know how when you are about to buy a second-hand product – like a phone or a TV – you ask the seller what’s wrong with it (because the assumption in Nigeria is that nobody ever wants to sell something that still works fine, not even, I don’t know, if the person just wants to raise money to buy something better). 1,215 more words
Here I am watching England v Panama in the World Cup (and what a result so far at half time!) but I’ve already been out today, ticking off things from the… 470 more words
The Transport 64 from Westerbork in the Netherkands , was the designated transport number for the moving of 2511 people to Sobibor in Poland, on May 18th 1943.(The transport also had designated number 12, there would often be more numbers for 1 transport) 162 more words
The purpose of this series of articles is to examine, if only in brief, the relationship between the settlement of Great Wyrley (alternatively, the settlement of people within Great Wyrley) and some of the roads that have defined it or, indeed, may have created it. 46 more words
I think I mentioned seeing a few registrations that I haven’t come across for years appearing.
Easy to stick in the mind, 23 E surprised me during a wander, and I’m sure this one used to show up fairly often, then I didn’t see it for years. 82 more words