The View We'd See During Our T Or Lunch Breaks - a Memory of Yeovil.

I was one of 5 typists on the 2nd floor of Lloyds Bank n our window would overlook the War Memorial n down the High Street between the Midland Bank and Boots which in the 70's had a clock on but the time couldn't be relied on but there was another on H Samuels which was more accurate. We'd get the fumes from the buses wafting in. A great place to work.

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Tue Sep 12th 2017, at 5:08 am
Nick Beard commented:
I thought this memory was very detailed from a sociological view. Five typists, the clock, and the bus fumes. Time was frozen in your memory. Thanks.
Tue Sep 12th 2017, at 5:08 am
Nick Beard commented:
I thought this memory was very detailed from a sociological view. Five typists, the clock, and the bus fumes. Time was frozen in your memory. Thanks.

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