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11 October 2017 08:06 Post ID: #1556991
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Who remembers the bloke in Petticoat Lane with the big Grey Airship on a piece of string (I bought 2 of them) at different times and both with the same result, me and my old man were reading the instructions to the letter and zilch on both occasions.
I chopped several pieces of sharp thorned Rose stems and used to lobb them at his monster airship trying to get my own back hidden among the packed crowds.
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11 October 2017 08:19 Post ID: #1556992 - in reply to #1556991
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Were you and dad planning to annex the Sudetenland?

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11 October 2017 08:30 Post ID: #1556994 - in reply to #1556992
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ParisWall - 11/10/2017 08:19

Were you and dad planning to annex the Sudetenland?

:grin:


I never told my old man about the revenge plan, but looking back how many poor shoppers were hit by my poorly aimed missile's.
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11 October 2017 08:37 Post ID: #1556998 - in reply to #1556994
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lionheart48 - 11/10/2017 08:30

ParisWall - 11/10/2017 08:19

Were you and dad planning to annex the Sudetenland?

:grin:


I never told my old man about the revenge plan, but looking back how many poor shoppers were hit by my poorly aimed missile's. :hihi:


I don't think we need to read about your poorly aimed missile, at this time in the morning.

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12 October 2017 22:41 Post ID: #1557228 - in reply to #1556991
Anybody remember the leather jacket shop ? The big red building in petticoat lane was the jingle for a radio luxemburg advert.
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13 October 2017 07:02 Post ID: #1557232 - in reply to #1557228
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waterloowacker - 12/10/2017 22:41

Anybody remember the leather jacket shop ? The big red building in petticoat lane was the jingle for a radio luxemburg advert.


I think I got my ‘Budgie’ jacket from there.
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13 October 2017 07:54 Post ID: #1557239 - in reply to #1556991
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Yes Kryan, and it's about time you stopped wearing it !
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13 October 2017 08:15 Post ID: #1557243 - in reply to #1557239
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midway lion - 13/10/2017 07:54

Yes Kryan, and it's about time you stopped wearing it !


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13 October 2017 11:33 Post ID: #1557265 - in reply to #1556991
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There were leather shops and factories from Ali Street across Aldgate into Middlesex St/ Petticoat Lane, I had my first made to measure Suede Jacket made at the top of Ali St late 60s, hand picked suede and two fittings to go with my Levi's and Hush Puppy suede shoes, and a Italian wool shirt from Alberts in Whitechapel.
I later purchased two full length sheepskin coats from Goldrange on the corner of Middlesex St £800 the pair early 80s and forced him to write out a receipt for Work Overalls with written on the Goldrange heading Sheepskins, Leathers and Furs, the accountant of the time nearly fell out of chair
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13 October 2017 12:17 Post ID: #1557271 - in reply to #1557265
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lionheart48 - 13/10/2017 11:33

There were leather shops and factories from Ali Street across Aldgate into Middlesex St/ Petticoat Lane, I had my first made to measure Suede Jacket made at the top of Ali St late 60s, hand picked suede and two fittings to go with my Levi's and Hush Puppy suede shoes, and a Italian wool shirt from Alberts in Whitechapel.
I later purchased two full length sheepskin coats from Goldrange on the corner of Middlesex St £800 the pair early 80s and forced him to write out a receipt for Work Overalls with written on the Goldrange heading Sheepskins, Leathers and Furs, the accountant of the time nearly fell out of chair


LH 48

Don't know if you have a copy of

Mods: The New Religion by Paul Anderson

but it's a great book.


Preview copy here:

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=0yz3AwAAQBAJ&pg=PT272&dq=Take+6+...


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13 October 2017 12:26 Post ID: #1557273 - in reply to #1557271
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ParisWall - 13/10/2017 12:17

lionheart48 - 13/10/2017 11:33

There were leather shops and factories from Ali Street across Aldgate into Middlesex St/ Petticoat Lane, I had my first made to measure Suede Jacket made at the top of Ali St late 60s, hand picked suede and two fittings to go with my Levi's and Hush Puppy suede shoes, and a Italian wool shirt from Alberts in Whitechapel.
I later purchased two full length sheepskin coats from Goldrange on the corner of Middlesex St £800 the pair early 80s and forced him to write out a receipt for Work Overalls with written on the Goldrange heading Sheepskins, Leathers and Furs, the accountant of the time nearly fell out of chair


LH 48

Don't know if you have a copy of

Mods: The New Religion by Paul Anderson

but it's a great book.


Preview copy here:

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=0yz3AwAAQBAJ&pg=PT272&dq=Take+6+...


:tup:


Fucking Mods..............I was a Vicar back then
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13 October 2017 12:35 Post ID: #1557275 - in reply to #1557271
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ParisWall - 13/10/2017 12:17

lionheart48 - 13/10/2017 11:33

There were leather shops and factories from Ali Street across Aldgate into Middlesex St/ Petticoat Lane, I had my first made to measure Suede Jacket made at the top of Ali St late 60s, hand picked suede and two fittings to go with my Levi's and Hush Puppy suede shoes, and a Italian wool shirt from Alberts in Whitechapel.
I later purchased two full length sheepskin coats from Goldrange on the corner of Middlesex St £800 the pair early 80s and forced him to write out a receipt for Work Overalls with written on the Goldrange heading Sheepskins, Leathers and Furs, the accountant of the time nearly fell out of chair


LH 48

Don't know if you have a copy of

Mods: The New Religion by Paul Anderson

but it's a great book.


Preview copy here:

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=0yz3AwAAQBAJ&pg=PT272&dq=Take+6+...


:tup:


Paris, the fashion used to move fast back then, it soon became Mohair suits, Raglan Macs, Paisley Cravat's and a Pork pie hat, I was drinking but not smoking anything dodgy or pill popping like most back then, for me it was clothes, music and booze and scheming.
The looks a good read and browse.
Thanks
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