12 August, 2020

signs



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39 comments:

  1. Scary. He looks a bit like Freddy Krueger before the fire.
    And cold as it is in your place... fire? ... enjoy the weather, Bill, already 26C here 🌞

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  2. Funny the difference between 1778 and the guy in the middle.

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  3. I collect pictures of pub signs from my rambles and I'd be especially pleased if I found one as individual and characterful as that.

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  4. That’s a great sing and one to be proud of, fancy being that old, not the sign but the establishment...

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  5. I like the top of it with the horse!

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  6. A pub, or a brewery perhaps. I need a drink.

    God bless.

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  7. I bet they are not serving milkshakes.

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  8. Lovely sign which forecasts good times ahead!

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  9. Wow! Established jn 1778... that is a long time.

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  10. He looks like quite a character, Bill!

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  11. He's been in business for a very long time.

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  12. Hello,
    I like this sign and the horse and buggy on top. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  13. Wow, that pub has been there a long time. It is a wonderful sign. I would have to check this place out just for its historical interest, but they might also serve a good pint.

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  14. Just Thinking About A Pint - Quite The Craftsmanship Fabricating That Sucker

    Cheers

    Cheers

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  15. 300 years! Now that is a very remarkable pub my friend Bill! I wonder what it looks like inside. happy Midweek my friend!

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  16. ...I rarely see such a fancy sign and bracket! Thanks Bill for sharing.

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  17. Nice !I dont know who he is but someone local ?Nice sign :)

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    1. It is a local person but I couldn't find any info.

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  18. Hola Bill, bonito cartel, feliz día.
    Saludos

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  19. I wonder what the story is behind that name.

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  20. Nice sign. Sure has been around a long time!!

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  21. Patrick John looks like a tricky old devil.

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  22. Patrick Jonnie Sally? Gotta be some history there!

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  23. Wow, 1778! You don't find signs like that on the U.S. west coast. Good find!

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  24. Hi Bill.

    Super nice signboard.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  25. I like the horse and cart, that man looks a bit scary

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  26. They've been in business a long time!

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