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Pete Townshend Frank Zappa The 76 Club (PDF)

Projects and Links

  PROJECTS
  • Burton-on-Trent Borough Boundary 1878 (PDF). A desk and street investigation into the surviving borough boundary markers (with photographs).
  • 1:50 000 (Landranger) Sheet 128 - Derby and Burton upon Trent. Airfields sheet history. (PDF).
  • Roman Roads of Britain. Following Roman Roads today. Submissions to SABRE.
  • The 76 Club, Burton upon Trent (PDF). Friday Night Live Bands 1971 to 1977
    This list dates from 2000 and incorporates one passed to me by Nicholas Whittaker. He had checked all the Burton Daily Mail box advertisements from 1971 to 1977 (our period), and I rechecked them noting any change of gig from the following reviews (mostly by Andy Parker IIRC). I also checked advertisements from January to September 1971. It appears Discos were held on Friday nights from January 1 to May 21, then no events until the club was refurbished around 15 September. See also handy map of the Club's location here.
  LINKS
  • Paul Boizot - circle dance, aromatherapy, music, and more.
  • imdb.com - the Internet Movie Database.
  • Burton albion FC - local to me. Now in the Championship.
  • Notepad++ - an advanced but easy to use text editor. Used on this site.
  • WinSCP is an open source free SFTP client, FTP client, WebDAV client and SCP client for Windows.
  • Coins of England and Great Britain ('UK Coins') by Tony Clayton. This is a series of pages dealing with the history of individual denominations used in England since the Norman Conquest or, in the case of the penny, a little earlier.
  • Hobley's Heroes
    Hobley's Heroes was the unofficial monthly staff magazine/comic of the Museum of London's Archaeological Service adopted for a collection of memories of how things were back in the mid 1970s to 1990s. Hosted by John Burke-Easton.
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