Are these just lumps on the seat backs to denote the breadth of the area permitted to be occupied by one person ?Have to say it looks like a seat divider to me.
Are these just lumps on the seat backs to denote the breadth of the area permitted to be occupied by one person ?
If that's correct I was going to say it's fattist and therefore a silent hate crime, but the vacant seat beside him is definitely wide enough for the most determined salad-dodger.
Unless at one stage there was a "seat divider" present, now both torn free by and permanently lodged between the enormous sweaty buttocks of some wheezing chipoholic, in which case the Transport Police need to mobilise* their Thought Crime Division.
* on mobility scooters/low loaders.
I drove those wagons for 15 years. You should have given me a wave!And in Fermanagh 99-01; I used to watch out of the med centre as the pantechs drove out escorted by unmarked Passats after the good stuff had been flown in by heli.
I am assuming it is the police Land Rovers you were refering to, the big difference between them and the snatch is that the police ones had proper armour.I never went on tour in NI, was long before my time, but a good mate I served with lives in Belfast.
Visited him a couple of times and he took me on a tour of the city. Some eye opening places.
I bet that Ardoyne area was a real treat of a place back in the day.
Trying to rack my brain and remember the names of the other places now. Pollglass?
Police stations that looked like fortress’s and snatch type Land Rovers driving about.
Interesting place that’s for sure.
You would like it better now, it is motorway from Belfast to Moygashel and a new dual cairageway to Ballygawley, due to to many whining cnuts (the shinners had a big part in it) it would have been dual caraigeway all the way to Londonderry.My own favourite was bomb alley Dungannon. The road was blown up regularly in the 70's by milk churns full of some shit or other hidden in a culvert. At least it was a smooth ride on the trip from Lisanelly Barracks Omagh to Sydenham as the road was re-asphalted weekly.
You had me googling to see what an offarmer was…Thats what happens when you have a Cathedral on either side and a bunch offarmers in the middle - though I believe the produce is much more varied these days.
Firstly, members of my – extended – family are (or were) in business at what is now the Moygashel shopping centre.You would like it better now, it is motorway from Belfast to Moygashel and a new dual cairageway to Ballygawley, due to to many whining cnuts (the shinners had a big part in it) it would have been dual caraigeway all the way to Londonderry.