Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Drago, 19 Mar 2017.
I love those old War Department markers.
A few from Leeds
Holy Trinity Church
And one where there were two similar ones.
Two from Marsh Lane, Leeds.
And a possible newer version on the same yard wall.
York Road, junction with un-named road.
Lower side of Seacroft Hospital main entrance
The crossing has long since gone.
Any ideas on the smaller circular stones. Just under 12" high, horizontal arrow pointing away from the bridge. One either side.
Bridge couldn't be raised, so the road was lowered, leaving elevated footpaths.
Irish Centre, York Road, Leeds
Best few hours for a long while, even though some have now gone in the last three years.
Polmont, for both.
The bolt at the church is a cracker..
Who, if anyone, would be responsible for marks/plates (Royal property) going missing on Church of England(Royal property)?
Or am I overthinking things?
Each individual diocese? That's a big guess.
Parish Warden. At least in the States.
Each application for alterations has to be approved at a higher level, not locally.
But the marks and the buildings are both the property of the Queen.
See, that's the problem with lacking a Sovereign.
Can't imagine Trump giving 2 hoot's
I'm hoping someone on this thread realises I require one thing to post anything. If still required!
Presbyterian I believe.
Hes roo busy crushing commies to care about stuff like that.
Can you imagine him doing the brexit negotiations for us
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