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Paderborn

Postby Terry Murphy » Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:01 pm

On a weekend visit to Cuxhaven, 1968
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Re: Paderborn

Postby Bob_H » Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:33 pm

Here it is a little brighter:
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Owfen born and Warburtons bred :lol:

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Re: Paderborn

Postby ALGY CAIN » Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:55 pm

Al Lengan facing and Jock Christianson with his mouth open.

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Re: Paderborn

Postby rick aindow » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:27 pm

I think it may be 'Clacko' Claxton at the back with the hat on, I remember the trip I think we took up some Klepper collapsable canoes with us as the reason for the 'jolly'


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Re: Paderborn

Postby Al Beveridge » Sat Jan 18, 2014 1:34 am

And Jack Donbavand in red shirt?

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Mac McNulty » Sat Jan 18, 2014 11:02 am

Hi Al,

Hope you are well.

No not Jack Donbavand a bit before his time, he joined in Herford.

Could it be a very young looking Frenchie Roache (I think that's how it is spelt).

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Terry Murphy » Sat Jan 18, 2014 11:51 am

You're right Ric, we took some canoes with us though I don't remember using them much.
L_R, Bernie Crossland(rip), Al Lengdon, Me, Tom Jones, Chris Clacton, Jock Chritiannson

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Al Beveridge » Sat Jan 18, 2014 12:03 pm

Hi Terry, hope you and your family are all well. Do you remember the bike trip we did from Paderborn to Blackpool? I remember there was you, me, ? Griffiths, and some others, but age has affected the old grey cells. Can you name any of them?

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Terry Murphy » Sat Jan 18, 2014 3:04 pm

Yes Al, it was you ,me, Stuart Rundle and ? Griffiths.
God knows what made us do it,remember when we got to the docks at Amsterdam, we where on the wrong side of the estuary and we could see our boat across the water but it was about a 5 hour bike ride to get there, so we gave a cloggy sailor 200 fags and he took us across.
I'm sure you were map reading

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Terry Murphy » Sat Jan 18, 2014 3:10 pm

Ric just to prove you were there, don't know the guy at the front, I presume thee poor lad was the duty driver for the day.
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Re: Paderborn

Postby Al Beveridge » Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:15 am

It was Tom Griffiths - we were going to his 21st in Blackpool. I remember about 10 of us slept in a 2/3 person caravan, and had to pawn my Omega watch to buy beers!

Yes, Stu Rundle was the other guy. I remember in 1990/1 when we were in Saudi waiting, I had to attend a Brigade conference. After the conference I went to the canteen for some lunch. While I was eating I noticed this guy staring at me - I took no notice - looked up again and he was still staring. He walked over, and it was Stu Rundle. He had transferred to the AAC and was a WO2 pilot in charge of a helicopter troop (3 hels?). We had a good natter and then went back to our camp.

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Re: Paderborn

Postby rick aindow » Sun Jan 19, 2014 3:20 am

Hi Terry,

Thanks for posting the photo, first time I have seen it. Could the guy in the front be a young Al Bryson?

Do you remember the VPP (Village Penetration Patrol) we did on arrival in Hong Kong? We were told to pick up the transport at the local police station, the transport took the form of 2 donkeys and 2 policemen. We were given 9mm ammo that was still in the original boxes and about 5 metres of Selotape wrapped around to ensure we did not open them! (bearing in mind that we had just completed a 4 month tour of NI and handled ammo every day) We set off on foot, the policemen stopped a passing junk and we boarded it while they took the donkeys to the next village, I remember seeing dog carcasses hanging from washing lines, I think that was going to be supper?

Can't really remember what else we did on that patrol, or who else was on it?

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Bob_H » Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:37 am

Rick - Bernie Crossland behind you?
Owfen born and Warburtons bred :lol:

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Re: Paderborn

Postby Brian Moulton » Sun Jan 19, 2014 9:07 am

Rick. Not Al Bryson, he and I went to school together, worked at the same place in Prestwich as apprentice TV engineers, and joined up together. Once we joined the Regiment in Benghazi, me to B and him to C we quickly drifted apart.

His mother always blamed me for him enlisting. Last time I saw Al was in Hong Kong.
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Re: Paderborn

Postby ALGY CAIN » Sun Jan 19, 2014 3:29 pm

Is the lad in front called Jackson? I seem to remember he had a bit of a stutter. Last I remember of him he was a full screw in A Sqn in Herford.


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