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Early mobile bar?. Or early field office ((portable mk1) It hs handles do it must be man portable)

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Drilling beans (insert other crop here)?

 

I know what you mean, but nope.

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Hotse drawn field piano Mk 2.

 

Tim (too)

 

 

Ah but his legs don't have the body language for a pianist.

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Is it the viewing gallery from the mobile brothel (Mystery Object 109)?!? :shake:

 

:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: oh for goodness sake, no!

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Early mobile bar?. Or early field office ((portable mk1) It hs handles do it must be man portable)

 

Plausible, but nope.

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Laying telegraph wires.

 

Nope, but you're sort of the warmest suggestion so far.

 

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hi clive, looks like its in the desert as the soldier is wearing shorts ?

is it a mobile chiropodist ?

 

regards

 

ps, RFs late on parade tonight

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hi clive, looks like its in the desert as the soldier is wearing shorts ?

is it a mobile chiropodist ?

Um but he's still got his shoes & socks on :-D

 

 

ps, RFs late on parade tonight

Maybe he's at the chiropodist's?

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Wireless, telgraph, phone mobile exchange.

 

Tony yes well done

 

I had plans to unveil a few more bits, but you lot are too good even without RF here.

 

This seems to be a WW1 era wireless telegraphy station.

 

The clue is his arm position & the characteristic "fist" of a telegraphist on the key. Quite a different position for the knuckles than if he was writing.

 

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Looks to be mobile - how about a form of field telegraphy station, fore-runner of the field phone system??

 

Neil consolation prize to you, as the timing of your post looks as if you were writing your reply when Tony was:cry:

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Been on the dog and bone, just logged in now, have I missed anything?

 

What cancelling your chiropodist's appointment?

 

We tried to spin it out a bit for you but Tony brought it all to a conclusion far too soon:-D

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I'd like to thank my agent, the producer.......... (Burst into tears) .... :iloveyou:

 

Mind you it is a major intrest.

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I'd like to thank my agent, the producer.......... (Burst into tears) .... :iloveyou:

 

Mind you it is a major intrest.

 

Just make sure you get the beers in at the next meet-up - a few seconds earlier and I'd have beaten you to it!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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The man in the photo is Sgt Langford of the 41st Wireless Squadron and he is in Mesopotamia (now Iraq) during WW1 opposing the Turks.

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