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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Drinking Troughs



As you go around London, you will often come across drinking troughs like this. They were put there by the philantropic Victorians that didn't want to see animals suffering. These days, it is hard to imagine herds of animals - cows, sheep, pigs - being driven down the roads that only cars drive down now.

This one, tastefully planted, is in Mornington Crescent, this week's The Way We See It location.

posted by Ham at 00:04 -- Comments here: 5

Comments on "Drinking Troughs"

 

Blogger teo mocchi said ... (09:24) : 

...and 100 posts!

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Blogger lynn said ... (09:26) : 

wow you said the magic word Ham! Are you up for a game?

 

Blogger lynn said ... (12:25) : 

Hey Ham. Great childhood memories for us going on at www.smallglassplanet.com today. Enjoy!

 

Blogger Ham said ... (13:54) : 

lynn, regrettably I don't have the time to apply the rules properly, today.

 

Blogger lynn said ... (14:27) : 

Ah, understand, Ham, understand. I happen to have a little respite today. Of course, we could always apply the Two-Ten contingency Rules? Or do you have to have more than three to begin, i don't recall?

 

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