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Old 16th September 2018, 18:58
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Annmckinnon Annmckinnon is offline
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I can remember 2thirds of your list with fond memories , the jute mills and dance halls stick in my mind, the women in the mills had to learn a type of sign language in order to communicate with one another above the noise of the machinery!
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