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Old 21st Feb 2018, 5:30 pm   #41
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I paid a couple of visits to the 78's shop in Stockport [80's maybe?]. He didn't have the Jazz disc I was after but I bought some other items, nice chap! In mid-sixties Manchester, there was also a specialist 78's shop behind the Long Bar [0pp M+S and where Sinclairs Oyster Bar resided [before it's re-location by the Cathedral]. It was in Cromford Court an enclosed yard with a few shops but you had to walk right round the block to access it by a narrow entrance. The whole area became the Arndale Centre

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I recall the Stockport Air Crash in 1966. It seemed amazing that the Pilots got it down into that small space and was a big shock for the City

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Old 21st Feb 2018, 5:57 pm   #42
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Amongst other places, In Manchester I used to buy records from Ralphs Records on Corporation Street and Rare Records on John Dalton Street back in the day.

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Are the big cross type aerials for 405 lines TV reception?
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Yes, band 1 for the original BBC transmissions on 405. Early were huge "H" arrays
The band 3 aerials for ITV are dipoles with reflector and director elements, usual vertical though fill in relay transmitters are mostly horizontal.
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