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    I remember one of them went to Lochend or Restalrig.
    C5.


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    C5.
    Not much room for passengers in one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    What about the wee City Sprinter buses that were about around 80s/90s? Didn't last long.
    I had a mate who drove them, in summer it was like a greenhouse on wheels. He ended up driving into a bust stop, no injuries just dented pride

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    Off licences.
    Buy nothing online unless you check for free cashback here first. I've already earned £2,389.68!



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    Italian run fish n chip shops.

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    The George Cinema
    Portobello Power Station
    Running for a Bus and jumping on the back as it pulled away.
    Jumping off a bus before it stopped.
    Bus tokens
    Bazooka Joes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfiembra View Post
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    The George Cinema
    Portobello Power Station
    Running for a Bus and jumping on the back as it pulled away.
    Jumping off a bus before it stopped.
    Bus tokens
    Bazooka Joes
    All of that! Used to go to the George on saturday afternoon in the late 60's and muck about round the power station when we'd nothing else to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Italian run fish n chip shops.
    A "pizza pie" supper.

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    Heading down to Peebles or Hawick for a few drinks on a Sunday to watch the live Sunday game on ITV Borders or BBC England (pre Sky).

    Cinderella Rockerfellas
    Mister Mustards
    Lord Toms
    Styx
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    The Rutland

    You can probably tell I was in my prime in the late 80s 😎

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    Mister Mustards
    I was never out of the place. Never ever got a drink on the house though, Ahmed was a right tightwad

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    Fairbairns in Albert Street. You paid at the booth by the door. It was run like a military operation.

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    The Eldorado for the wrestling

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    The scabby la la in its final years a dirty coat brigade sort of establishment

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Fairbairns in Albert Street. You paid at the booth by the door. It was run like a military operation.
    My mum worked in there many moons ago.

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    The Penguin Cafe
    The Burnt Post
    Bull n Bush
    Henry J Beans
    Platform One
    Banks Shop in Corstorphine
    Raleigh Budgie, Chipper, Tomahawk, Chopper
    Grifter
    Last edited by Scouse Hibee; 27-12-2019 at 05:51 PM.

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    "Raving Bonkers" boxing robots.

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    Auf weidersehn pet on the telly. Hogmanay up at the Tron

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    Evel Knievel (both the real thing jumping buses at Wembley live on the TV as well as the toy).
    Eddie Kidd (went to see him at Saughton enclosure)
    Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks, Kendo Nagasaki.
    Blue Peter or Magpie?
    Guiders/bogies
    Homemade skateboards (made with a roller skate).

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    Catching bees and wasps on flowers in a used jam or coffee jar 😳

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    The red triangle on Ch4
    Special discretion required, I think was the tagline for those movies.

    Gambit Chocolate bar

    KP Sky divers

    Texan bar

    "Good afternoon grapple fans" (My que to go out)

    Jigsaw (With Bigum the large tartan or some design socked foot)

    Friday Night Live with Ben Elton

    The Incredible Hulk with Bill Bixby

    Sportsnight: With Harry Carpenter. Waiting to watch the highlights of a match played in England midweek only to find out it had been cancelled due to waterlogged pitch and they were going to instead show you figure skating from Helsinki.

    The Chart Show hoping that the pish song did not get the "play" icon appear.

    Norman Collier

    Taking photos on holiday and having to wait a week to get them developed and the disappointment on how bad most are usually a finger in the way of lens etc.

    Waiting several minutes for games to load on various computer systems.

    Fine Fare

    Tudor crisps

    Various yellow pages advert " I were right about that saddle though"

    Brooke Bond Orange Label

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    Crossfire

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    Best man falls
    Japs and commandos

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    Aplogies if some of these have already been used.

    The Rag and Bone man playing a tune on a trumpet.

    Opening cans of beer with those wee metal tools we needed.

    Woods the Baker on Albert Street.

    Salvation Army Bands singing outside somebodies House.

    One standard hairstyle for boys, (no wax/gel) :-0

    Chippy suppers wrapped in newspaper
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    Old style door bells in tenement buildings, and when your bell was rung you went out onto the landing pulled up a lever that lifted the latch inside the stair door to let whoever rang the bell in. Our stair got renovated in the 80s so the bell, the wires, and the pulleys was there in place and working for 90 years until it got replaced by a intercom

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    Playing outside (without an adult)
    Uncontactable (all day) by your mum and dad
    Getting a row for using the phone
    No central heating
    Icicles hanging from gutters
    Frozen windows in your house
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibby Bairn View Post
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    Playing outside (without an adult)
    Uncontactable (all day) by your mum and dad
    Getting a row for using the phone
    No central heating
    Icicles hanging from gutters
    Frozen windows in your house

    Yes folks that was the late 70s
    Incredible thinking about that now. As soon as you learnt to cross the road you were off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibby Bairn View Post
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    Playing outside (without an adult)
    Uncontactable (all day) by your mum and dad
    Getting a row for using the phone
    No central heating
    Icicles hanging from gutters
    Frozen windows in your house
    And no double glazing. Houses must have been like igloos in the winter.
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    The store horse & cart delivering milk and I can confirm it wasn’t Sean Connery

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    The Penguin Cafe
    The Burnt Post
    Bull n Bush
    Henry J Beans
    Platform One
    Banks Shop in Corstorphine
    Raleigh Budgie, Chipper, Tomahawk, Chopper
    Grifter
    Before I graduated to a Grifter I had a Raleigh Strika. My teacher in P3 or P4 gave me a telling off for my school diary, saying it must be ‘Strike’ or ‘Striker’. She was not buying the fact it was a ‘Strika’.
    There's only one thing better than a Hibs calendar and that's two Hibs calendars

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    The number 1 and number 6 buses doing full circulars, same with the 32 and 52. Sitting on them all day with your mates because you were bored.
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