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Another en-actor from the NYM Railway War Weekend.Camera: Olympus SP-570UZ
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Great capture Ted … I am a big Dad’s Army fan.
Thanks for the comment Dave – so am I. – Ted
Thanks for the comment Dave – Well enjoyed weekend at Pickering NYMR. – Ted
Good shot Ted he hasnt even got his finger on the trigger
I was intersted in the Sten Gun (which my father used to make in the war) and finished up taking this Image. – Ted
It could be !
I was taking this when along came Corporal Jones (who I had taken about an hour earlier, different location) and they knew each other and were from the same preservation groujp. – Ted
Thanks Michael for the comment – Obviously know your Dad’s Army – Ted
Wow, here is a piece of history. Great capture.
Everybody in the town seemed to have made an efort to join in the fun. Thanks for the comment – Ted
Don’t tell them your name Paul. Thank you for the comment. – Ted
Thanks Hans, the whole area goes into 1940’s mode for the weekend. (Oct. 16th – 18th. this year.) – Ted
ALO ALO ; hahaha 10 +
Thanks for the comment nneri12. Stand to attention! – Ted
Interesting. Despite the Captain Mainwaring look, he’s in a real Regular battalion, 6th or 7th Bn Green Howards, 69th Inf Brigade, 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division. 1944-45 with the insignia he’s wearing. 50 Div was in the first wave onto Gold beach on D-Day.
His specs are not really right, but otherwise, it’s all correctly assembled and worn!
He was with another fellow who looked a bit like Cpl. Jones. I was actually getting a picture of the Sten gun because my father made them, along with other munitions during the war. – Ted
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