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April 04, 2016

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I definitely like! and am looking forward to more pictures. This reminds me of that wonderful miniseries "Shooting the Past" that aired on PBS years ago (1999?) starring Timothy Spalling as one of a group of oddballs trying to save a photo archive in England. I believe there was a great black and white photograph of a very early bicycle shown in it. Every photo was amazing. I wish they were posted online somewhere to see. I am going to have to track it down and watch it again now. Thanks for the images.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/archive/programs/shootingthepast/more.html

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