Monthly Archives: July 2009

Enid… And Portmeirion

Enid and two cherished companions on holiday at Portmeirion North Wales in the August of 1937. The holiday village of Portmeirion was the setting for the famous TV series of ’The Prisoner’ starring Patrick McGoohan. Enid is pictured snapped by family members ‘The Poritts’… The … Continue reading

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Smokescreen 1964…

A very tight absorbing little screenplay from Butcher Films, set in and around Brighton Sussex. It features Peter Vaughan and John Carson as two Insurance men on the trail of a clever deception… also includes some wonderful moments from Derick (Korky) Guyler, David Gregory … Continue reading

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Night of the Eagle… 1961

‘Night of the Eagle’… Independent Artists. Peter Wyngarde and Janet Blair. This is a very tight, compelling, and frightening story of witchcraft, with Peter Wyngarde at his very best! The beach at night and the subsequent crypt scene is particularly unnerving! … Continue reading

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St. Pancras in North London…

Robert Morey is deep and dark with this period evoking stairway shot inside the famous North London Victorian Railway Station of St. Pancras. Built in 1868 as The Midland Grand Hotel and Railway Station it served travellers to and from The East Midlands … Continue reading

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The Night Caller… 1965

‘The Night Caller’… Armitage Films. Still, after all this time, has some very scary moments! The title shot of The Thames is evocative! It features John Saxon (later to work in the US),Maurice Denham, and Patricia Haynes - I fell in love with her!… I … Continue reading

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Reflection on The Thames…

This dramatic view of The Thames can be seen as you cross London Bridge -reflected from the windows of the many office buildings. Robert Morey continues his travels around The Capital.

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The Historic National Provincial Bank…

Robert Morey continues his travels around London and this time highlights The National Provincial Bank of England at Bishopsgate in The City of London. This Historic British commercial bank operated in England and Wales from 1833 until its merger into The … Continue reading

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Your Fantastic Comments!

Hi everyone, Let me thank you all for your heart-warming comments over the past few months. Many of you simply love the high quality of the photographs and the interesting nature and variety of the subjects depicted on My Weblog. I always … Continue reading

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Sweltering in St. Albans…

Sweltering Heat! Greeted Marilyn and I on Saturday when we made a visit to St. Albans, Hertfordshire. The grand heights of St. Albans Cathedral looked out over its parkland lake and a myriad of wild fowl, whilst couples took to the shade … Continue reading

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Grad Day at Uni…

Ok, before this summer is out! A number of Adrian’s ‘Uni-Friends’ wanted to see the shot I took of him on Graduation Day from Bedfordshire University… and I guess Jessy does too! Adrian works as a website designer for many of our leading retailers including … Continue reading

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