Just a nice period picture

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Old English White
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The A40 between Witney and Oxford was another 3 lane road fairly close to you Peter. Dreadful accident record.
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Peter Laidler
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You're right Old English! Oxfordshire roads........, yes...... While the rest of the Country was updating their roads by widening, straightening and re-surfacing etc etc, Oxfordshire did none of this. It just blasted out the old white lines, formulated new lanes, painted new white lines - and called that 'substantial upgrading'. But still leaving the roads in Oxfordshire as a quaint reminders of how things were in the 50's.
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Costafortune
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As if either of those two thrusting executives would be seen dead in that sorry chariot.

The Lancia/Alfa/BMW is just out of shot. :lol:
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:lol: Another fast lady driver ?
DOWNTON Mini is what I like a lot.
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