A picture of the Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick which was taken in 1963 on Kodachrome film. The modern day google street view (available below) looks very similar to this image, so not much seems to have changed in the intervening 55 odd years.
- Cleaning old 35mm slides
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Although I’d love to go to Australia, it’s pretty unlikely that I’ll ever actually make the trip, but one of […]
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