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    Posted 5 months ago

    michaeln544
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    Old birmingham postcards of the Lickey Hills, colour photo dated April 1952, black and white photo dated August 1967, used to visit quite often in the 1960s onwards

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    1. michaeln544 michaeln544, 5 months ago
      Thanks both for your interest, I first went up in 1962, just after leaving school, if it was a Sunday and a sunny day I took my transistor radio and listened to top of the pops on the light program with Alan freeman for 2 hours the top 4o show. Suddenly hill fog would descend and you could only see about 20 yards ahead , but there was no fog at ground level on going home to catch the bus, in winter there would be snow on the top of the hills about 4 to 6 inches, but none at ground level.
    2. Damonways Damonways, 5 months ago
      cool stories and post .. ..later
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGy3KdLwLho

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