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I'll go with that with the additional evidence below of the church. This is St Marys and All Souls in Kilburn which is to the north of the building as it was when he was entering the escape door!
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I am presumimg it has now been demolished, couldnt see a car park on my drive around the Abbey Estate, but there was one there descibed as
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I love it when a plan comes together :lol:
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Me too, I think that's called teamwork!! :-D
What lead you to the Abbey estate Neil?
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Images of the former Abbey Estate car park are a bit thin on the ground

This is the best I have come up with so far
Anyone got better?

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mickthemaverick wrote:
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Me too, I think that's called teamwork!! :-D
What lead you to the Abbey estate Neil?
The google erf from Bobins!

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
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Anyone got a decent picture of Peckham Multi Storey from the late 60's?

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Ilkley Pales all round :?: :-D
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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
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Images of the former Abbey Estate car park are a bit thin on the ground

This is the best I have come up with so far
Anyone got better?

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Good evening's entertainment chaps, =D> I'm off to watch the football so night all!! :)
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Time to take everyone out of their comfort zone, away from cars and concrete, and half-timbered houses. In a first for the Pickled Egg Quiz I give you.

Whatcoffeesetisthisthen :?:
Maker and Pattern name please.
Maker and Pattern name please.
....and I know the answer! so help can be given if necessary.

You may want a little more so in the spoiler I have linked to the entire episode of Paul Temple from which the sitting around having coffee in the flat scene inspired the question. The Coffee pot and the rest of the set make their appearance at around 33.19 although I am sure a random cup may made an appearance before that. :-D . There may be more close ups than I have selected for the screenshot.

I am guessing that it will have to be a researched answer kicking off at 50 points, although 100 points for a TOH answer if accompanied with a full confession of how on earth you carry that information in your head would be required. No points will be deducted if using the "ask a friend lifeline".
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Just home from today's jaunt and guess where I've been!! :-D
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Nice stuff Mick, but don't let the coffeeset quiz pass you by! You may even have had one just like it!

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
08 Jul 2020, 17:59
Time to take everyone out of their comfort zone, away from cars and concrete, and half-timbered houses. In a first for the Pickled Egg Quiz I give you.

Whatcoffeesetisthisthen :?:

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....and I know the answer! so help can be given if necessary.

You may want a little more so in the spoiler I have linked to the entire episode of Paul Temple from which the sitting around having coffee in the flat scene inspired the question. The Coffee pot and the rest of the set make their appearance at around 33.19 although I am sure a random cup may made an appearance before that. :-D . There may be more close ups than I have selected for the screenshot.

I am guessing that it will have to be a researched answer kicking off at 50 points, although 100 points for a TOH answer if accompanied with a full confession of how on earth you carry that information in your head would be required. No points will be deducted if using the "ask a friend lifeline".
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TOH I do not know if the pattern is right but the shape is very much like a Meakin Studio coffee set which I have in the garage. When I went to Mallorca to move my mate you may remember I brought back 14 boxes of china tea and coffee sets that his wife had collected.They are all still there due to the Covid preventing the antiques shows I was taking them to from happening. Among them is an identically shaped though differently painted set from the Meakin Studio. :?: :?: :-D