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Me playing bingo with my late mum.on board circa 1955.
· Date: Thu, 2 June 05 · Views: 876
· Tags: 3 · Filesize: 60.0kb, 60.0kb · Dimensions: 589 x 800 ·
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Thu, 2 June 05 15:05

Quick somebody put Ron on his leash!
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Thu, 2 June 05 15:08

To late dave
Done and waiting address from the owner
Also the other one there
1/2 hours work
Ron
Ps carefree days is sitting in his in box .
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Thu, 2 June 05 15:20

Good for you Ron. It's one of those photos that can mean so much.

Before she died my mother in law produced a photo of her father that had been taken while he was in the Polish Cavalry in the first world war. The whole family had been rounded up and put in a Russian labour camp during WW2. She survived along with the photo, but her parents didn't. The photo was very badly damaged but fortunately all the crucial bits were okay. I spent about eight hours restoring it and when she was given it back, she didn't even notice it had been fixed. She'd been looking right past the damage for years.

Cheers Mate
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Thu, 2 June 05 15:41

Thats good to hear Dave
It is important that we keep them for family history.
8 hrs . I can believe that but in the end when you see the faces . It was worth it .
I did one for an old lady of 90 / Itwas of here mother . I replaced missing teeth and wrinelels in hair . She was made up . So Im proud of you .
Ron
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Thu, 2 June 05 20:28

what a nice photo to work on more dave
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Fri, 3 June 05 10:19

seems not wanted on Voyage OOOOOOKKKK!
So will delete Sunday the 5th june.
Dave ! we can only but try .
we all have different thoughts on family History .
Ron
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