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Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/168746029/1970s-pink-travel-alarm-clock-by

1970's Pink travel alarm clock by Westclox of Scotland

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/168746029/1970s-pink-travel-alarm-clock-by

Every house up north had a 'Yorkshire Range' - before the slum clearances in the 1950s/60s. During this period, they became very unfashionable, and were scrapped in their thousands.

Every house up north had a 'Yorkshire Range' - before the slum clearances in the 1950s/60s. During this period, they became very unfashionable, and were scrapped in their thousands.

1950s kitchen cabinet , Retro/vintage ( pastout à fait "mado",mais il est beau quand même!!)

1950s kitchen cabinet , Retro/vintage

1950s kitchen cabinet , Retro/vintage ( pastout à fait "mado",mais il est beau quand même!!)

Christmas in the 50s...so true had the tv and that crazy pole lamp going on and the silver tree...happy times/ bad decor!

Christmas in the 50s...so true had the tv and that crazy pole lamp going on and the silver tree...happy times/ bad decor!

Dream life

Retro paper pack - Instant Download - Set of 14 Digital Scrapbook Paper - 12x12 inches - Scrapbooking, card making, web design, kraft paper

Let's talk tension pole lamps: versatile with no hardwiring required. A must for any retro home.

Let's talk tension pole lamps: versatile with no hardwiring required. A must for any retro home.

All telephones looked like this and were usually kept in the hall. We didn't have one until the '60s, and by then they were less chunky and came in cream!

All telephones looked like this and were usually kept in the hall. We didn't have one until the '60s, and by then they were less chunky and came in cream!

1950's linoleum tile ... still in many a basement.  Most of these had asbestos in them, IIRC.  That's why some folks just use those pourable floor products and seal them under it rather than trying to remove them.  Still have them in my basement here.  The worst is when they start to break into pieces.

1950's linoleum tile ... still in many a basement. Most of these had asbestos in them, IIRC. That's why some folks just use those pourable floor products and seal them under it rather than trying to remove them. Still have them in my basement here. The worst is when they start to break into pieces.

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