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In 1959 crazy paved caffeteria's, slacks and Clarendon were all the rage.
02 July 2008 in Travel | Permalink
I must have missed a memo -- I'm certain that slacks are still to be worn, and Clarendon (or Consort as it might have been at the time) was still very much to be used. I am sorry that we struggle to find crazy paving anywhere these days.
Ben Brundell |
04 July 2008 at 08:03 AM
theres a great collection of negatives in the National Railway Museum collection showing station waiting rooms before and after modernisation. When I look at them I am torn between the sleek modern design and the beautiful ornate (build to last!) ones that were ripped out.
07 July 2008 at 08:00 PM
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