That of course was only one pasrt of the evening, the main task so far this week has been getting the Isle of Man archive film downloaded by tomorrow evening I should be editing, there seems to be an awful lot for such a small island reflecting I suppose the affection it holds for many transport enthusiasts. I've no idea how long it will all last I was just thinking of the one volume.
Yet again this was only a part of the evening. I wanted to got more of the black and white negatives copied so I've done around another 2-300 with quite a spread on content, 1979 Doncaster certainly struck a chord having just visited there this past weekend, it was curious as I couldn't recall anything of the trip. Lots of material from my days working in Ireland and of course as ever from that era a mix of Manchester area and Sussex.
Mandy had a Skype chat with Tina and Max down in New Zealand and I'm just about ready for a brew before bed, nice weather today but stuck in the office with visitors till afternoon, it may be pleasant tomorrow. Next week is looking a bit mixed, I'll be surprised if we get up in the balloon a week tomorrow. Manchester Boyle St museum this weekend, loads of new stock with us so come along and say hello. Amongst the shots as yet untreated by the computer magic are these views never before seen by anyone including myself.