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Tuesday, 28 April 2009

More West Malling: more West Malling.





More West Malling. And more tangential every day. But wait! There is a connection, after all... a story about the bike. Some of the Apple Scruffs were at Kenwood one day. John was absent. They found the bike in his garage, and decided to "borrow" it. Whoever was charged with looking after it in London left it in their communal hall, only to discover the next day that someone had mistaken it for junk and put it out to be collected, which it had been....and that was that. That´s the story, anyway.

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  1. I read recently that Kings Hill airfield is no more, that not a trace of it can be found. Presumably the giant concrete 'blast walls' (featured in Magical Mystery Tour) have also gone. I can only find one photo of them on the internet: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3018/2556151248_a664b6e9e3.jpg
    I always meant to visit the site but never got around to it living up north. Sad me!

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