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The famous Sids cafe where most of the filming took place for Last of the Summer Wine.Holmfirth Yorkshire UK
cafe, old, film, yorkshire, vintage
As I have said, I have only been taking photos for the last 2 years since 2011, starting with the old point and shoots and moving on to Nikkon D60 then Nikkon D7000.This is still very much a hobby and a very enjoyable one at that.
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Cheers mate :-)
how wonderful that it looks exactly the same. I remember when they used to do the Granada studios tour and you could walk down Coronation st, still have some photos somewhere. So many things change so it’s nice to see things still in a bit of a time warp here :))
Cheers. For reasons known only to the owners, the inside isn’t as it was but the outside is just the same. Not so long back, the council tried to knock down the shop which was arkwrights in open all hours (5 mins from where I live) but the communities stopped them…for now. I wish they would protect these places rather than flatten them.
dear God sacriledge even thinking of trying to knock down Arkwrights!! LOL so loved that programme.Shouldn’t have got me started on councils bizarre decisions when it comes to what buildings to put up and what to remove…..my own council I think have had a problem with their eyesight for years with the horrendous things they’ve done to my city, makes me seethe!!
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Cute tiny cafe, and a lovely photograph. Well done.
Thank you. Very kind.
FEATURE*Congratulations on your feature on 08/11/2011
Keep the great work coming.
Thank you very much. So glad you like it :-)
I am still watching the old codgers on telly and love to see these photos of them, and lovely Sid and his cafe, they will all be much missed
I agree. It’s still as funny now as when it first aired. The place is nice too. :-).