Photo-a-Day (Thursday, 8th December, 2011)
Taxi"""" Well that's on the spot photography well captured Brian.
Poor tree looks like it lost all its berries
Well...its fallen on a German car so that's ok. Too many imported cars on Britains roads.
Doubtless the rest of the trees will now be taken down to prevent it happening again. But great reportage pic.
(CRASH CAB) Well spotted Brian.
Looks it missed the house. H.
Used to live further up there at one time, the car that has been hit will be outside houses 63 and 65. In autumn years ago flocks of migrating Starlings would descend on those trees gorging themselves on the berries, there's quite a few left on that tree so happen not as many birds come along now.
its a bit of ah extreme way to hail a cab
Come in Taxi Three Three Three.
Mmm, shades of Basil Fawlty me thinks
Des, What cars are British these days?
Ouch! Could have been nasty.I was born in Swinley road a lot of years ago !!!
Just remembered... I was born on swinley lane not on swinley road.....Its an age thing you know !!
Exactly, Colin. If us Brits had been more patriotic in the past few years and bought British, our roads wouldn't be infested with imports.
There was nowt wrong with Rover cars. My 800 has covered 235,000 miles without a hitch.
At least some Jap firms build in Britain and Jags are still basically British.
used to buy British Cars, but to be frank they cost to much to maintain,while the Jap cars I bought overhere just keep going with the regular servicing,its no wonder the British lost their export markets.Had a yank 4WD the last 10 yearS and only had to change the oils ISUSU MADE IN THE USA.Sold overhere by General Motors.
rover 800 series was co developed by honda. Two models having honda engines the 825 and the 827. The honda legend was very similar