Lives in Australia Perth, Australia
Joined on May 21, 2003

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  • Its hard for Aussies to pronounce that one..
  • You are certainly correct Brett. I was going to spell out Eucla in Morse code for a clue if necessary. The telegraph link between eastern and western Australia was completed in 1877. Over to you..
  • Indeed.. that is a fair stretch of country.
  • I am looking south. Where am I ?
  • That looks like The Blue Clock Tower in Old Town, Stirling, Scotland taken from the WSW. That direction would put you in the Old Town Jail.. Free Turn if correct..
  • Replied in Photo clue
    Thanks for sorting that out Max. I was stuck on the village of Arncliffe about 3Km to the south east. I found there a pub named the Falcon Inn which I thought may have had some royal connection ...
  • Brett A vague guess before I go to bed.. could the snow covered hill be Maltham Moor in Yorkshire?
  • Hi User, Your last sentence was very astute. That is the problem with using large image sizes. A bit can be cropped out and then presented to Google! :)
  • I think it is the Lighthouse of the Madonetta on the southern end of Corsica.. Free turn if correct..
  • I didn't find an image via Google but a search of mice and fence NZ (the palm trees indicate NZ) tells me that it is the Zealandia Wildlife Sanctuary surrounding the Upper Karori Reservoir near ...
  • Very good effort Mike. Although labeled as Three Mile Creek on Google Earth the correct name is Three Mile Dam, located 4 Km west of Kiandra. It was built in 1882 to provide water for sluicing ...
  • I'll be off-line for the next 12 hours so another clue:  Early skiing near by..
  • There are not many places in Australia you could do this.. Where? Clue:  Gold
  • The closest I can find is the St. John the Evangelist church in Greece NY.. Looks different but anything could have happened during the last 50 years :)
  • Replied in Clue
    Hi Max Sounds like it is the small town  Ongaonga In NZ. Free turn if correct..
  • I remember 828 film, in fact I have a Kodak Bantam here that my father bought in Cairo c.1942. Still works too,
  • My Grandfather gave me a Kodak box camera in 1955. It was old then and made from wood. None of that plastic muck..
  • I was thinking the same.. Luckily Max came up with the correct answer otherwise I would have spent a lot of time looking around for places in Latvia :)
  • Hehe, I've still got that Parker fountain pen. I'ts 60 years old now and still works :)
  • Hi Max That would be Bishops House, Ponsonby, Auckland NZ. Free turn if correct..
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