Dr Scholls... the 70's! Had these in this colour....made my feet really sore, but still kept wearing them! MS (I FOUND THESE REALLY COMFORTABLE WORE THEM ALL THE TIME IN 1969)

Cannot BELIEVE these are in a museum! Wooden base upcurved under metatarsal arch; adjustable leather strap, side stamped: Dr Scholls Made in Western Germany, "Northampton Museums & Art Gallery".

Little House on the Prairie TV show intro (1974-1982)

Little House on the Prairie TV show intro (1974-1982

Little House on the Prairie TV show intro used to sob to this every week without fail

School Milk..in mini bottles

In 1944 the Eduction Act in the UK provided free milk pint) and meals to everyone under I used to be a milk monitor and that meant getting to school early and taking crates to the class rooms.

frozen milk on the doorstep... Lol, I loved it when this happened:) or the foil being pecked open by the birds !!!

Enjoy the snowy winter wonderland while it lasts: After temperatures plunged to MINUS 18C - get ready for the half term thaw

The days of having your milk delivered on your doorstep in winter! My wife remembers this happening

Rag-and-bone man, with horse and cart, once a common sight on British streets. He would call out Rag n' Bone Rag n' Bone and collect just those things and lived off the proceeds he could sell on. They still exist but now use vans and lorries

Rag-and-bone man, with horse and cart, once a common sight on British streets. People would shovel up the horse manure for their roses!

Trebor Fruit Salads & Black Jacks   used to be 4 for a penny

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Trebor Fruit Salads & Black Jacks used to be 4 for a penny at Yellows sweet shop on the corner !

This thing that your mom always told you not to put your face on: | 15 Toys From Our Childhood That Were Way Too Good To Share

Polly Pockets

This thing tht yr mom always told u not yr face on

It's good to be happy... remember when the sound of an ice cream truck could send you into a conniption fit of euphoria?

summer traditions

The ice cream man. Hear that jingly music of the truck coming slowly down the street and all the kids would run out to greet the ice cream man.

This is the way we dry our hair, dry our hair, dry our hair...Hairdrying '60s style - I remember sitting with the plastic bonnet on and you couldn't hear anything and. it. took. forever. (THIS REMINDS ME OF MY BEST FRIEND ANNE DRYING HER LONG HAIR IN THE 1960'S

You're Over 60? Do You Recognize These Wacky Products?

This is the way we dry our hair, dry our hair, dry our hair . My mother would always put my hair in this awful rollers and then stick me under this thing. It scared me and finally she just let my hair dry naturally.

Corona Man - Cream Soda was my favourite.

#129 – The Popman!

Who remembers the Popman? Did they exist outside the North of England? Growing up in the and a visit from the Popman was almost as exciting as one from the ice cream van.

A familiar aroma from my past

4711 Original Eau de Cologne, made in Germany, for sale at The Soap Bar.

I was given a spoonful of this every day in school with a spoonful of cod liver oil until I was 5...

I remember this orange flavour "vitamin" which we took by the teaspoon like the cod liver oil behind. Much preferred the orange medicine.

Swedish Angel Chimes... the heat of the candles would make the angels revolve...

Swedish Angel Chimes

Swedish Angel Chimes remember how the heat of the candles would make the angels revolve and tinkle. We had one on top of our TV set in our rec room. I have one in my Christmas decorations in the box!

Sweet Sixties: Sixties confectionary from the Robert Opie Collection, Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

Sweet Sixties at Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising - Museums & Attractions - Time Out London Fashion Vough Clothing™

Girls in the Biba boutique, London, 1960s.

Girls in the Biba boutique, London, remember going there, where I bought the most wonderful herringbone trouser suit that fitted perfectly!

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