Wagon Train (Wagon Train is an American Western series that ran on NBC from 1957–62 and then on ABC from 1962–65)

''Wagon Train'' is an American Western series that ran on NBC from and then on ABC from Ward Bond Robert Horton

Bazooka bubble gum was first marketed shortly after World War II in the U.S. by the Topps Company of Brooklyn, New York. The gum was packaged in a red, white, and blue colour scheme. Beginning in 1953, Topps changed the packaging to include small comic strips with the gum, featuring the character "Bazooka Joe".

Bazooka bubble gum, include small comic strips with the gum, featuring the character "Bazooka Joe".

my favourite Rupert 1960

my favourite Rupert 1960 Rupert the bear! i loved when the punk band "the toy dolls" did their own version of Rupert the bear!

The tins were quite big - they were used afterwards (late 1940s) for storage in our South London home

I remember the big (long) telephone strike we had this milk, government cheese…

Letraset (headlines. one. letter. at. a. time.)

Letraset dry transfer rub-ons used in art & design before computers.

On the subject of I-Spy books, here is a display stand containing all the titles I remember from childhood. It includes the Membership Pack that I remember so well, that contained a badge and a codes booklet.

On the subject of I-Spy books, here is a display stand containing all the titles I remember from childhood. It includes the Membership Pack that I remember so well, that contained a badge and a codes booklet.

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1953 Annual with Pong-Ping the Pekingese, Algy Pug, Bill Badger and Rupert the Bear. Written and illustrated by Alfred Bestall.

Trevor Mitchell

MotorBus Transportation Design in United Kingdom Trevor Mitchell

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