The Guinness Clock at the Corn exchange - Remember this

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mayslass
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Go on you must do everybody used to meet under this clock in the 60's I have to stand corrected, many thanks for being so observant, I have posted the correct one, with the trams in view - taken 1957, good old days!!!!!Its great being on here the more you put out the more info you get that is accurate always somebody who does know ???
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Geordie-exile
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Indeed we do mayslass. There are a few threads already you might like to read. Here's one but there's a lot of mentions in other threads too if you use the search.http://www.secretleeds.com/forum/Messag ... readID=469
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mayslass wrote: Go on you must do everybody used to meet under this clock in the 60's mayslass, that's not "our" Guinness clock, this is "ours"
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uncle mick wrote: mayslass wrote: Go on you must do everybody used to meet under this clock in the 60's mayslass, that's not "our" Guinness clock, this is "ours" Yep I know now, well spotted, but I was looking at the building below Cobblers shop & over the road looks like Vicar Lane Sorry pal.I've got a similar one to yours just gonna post it !
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