Welcome to my photo gallery
Mr Bottomley taught French very well and regaled us with amusing stories too. One of which was about French Taxis at the Arc de Triomph where numerous roads met. Many taxis had dents on the roof where the tarfic police had thumped them as they passed them, trying to hurry them onwards.Mr Bottomley had been a British Army translator in WW2 so his knowledge was better than most teachers of French. Thanks Brian Griffiths for this site.
Hey Brian - any chance of a higher resolution copy of this one by email? I tried downloading it, but it's not great quality.
Thanks... lots of chat going on about these pictures currently on the AOB site.
That's my dad. Keith Dovaston was my dad.
Were you his friend? Amazing.
I've heard of you Dave Long!
My Gramdma grew up there with her Aunt & Uncle - what a special lady, we miss her so much
Fascinating looking at how we looked 52 years ago.I'm standing4 rows behind teacher with white hair (Caunce???)Next to me going to the photo's right is Michael Bukata, then SJG Macdonald, Steve Irving, Ian ( Bertha) Bruffel,Thomo,Stephen Dedman and Alexei Sayle. Memories of footy in the park in the lunch time.
I am to the right of Alex sayle(just in front)to my immediate right I think his name was Higginbottom,also Brian Dowling next but one to him.
Dear Mr Schober, I've just come across your posted photographs from Arnot St and Alsop. You were my chemistry teacher in the 1980's.
A bit shock to see this photo - as I was the photographer - David Au...
Oh.. What a crowd.. Another one of my photos !!! There"s 2 versions of this AND I have the original negatives !
There's A LOT MORE PHOTOGRAPHS taken, Its just getting the time to get the negatives scan - David Au
Believe 6th from left is Alan Clifford. Roger Broughton is further along.