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When Saturday Comes, Movie, 1996 IMDB

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UKboy205 EN

2021-09-14 15:24

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Various parked cars, & i can't decide which one is worth listing :??:
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Land-Rover Defender & Nissan Micra seen on a horse racing TV
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Sylvester's cameo :D
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dsl SX

2021-09-14 16:00

UKboy205 wrote Various parked cars, & i can't decide which one is worth listing :??:
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Blue in left corner is Fiesta Mk3. Line-up - left to right - Primera, Mondeo, Sierra Sapphire, Rover 214Si [R8], another Mondeo. Many Sheff Utd staff/player cars in 1990s were fleet rentals/leases from Kennings who had a depot nearby on West Street, and all of these were typical of their stock. I was a civil servant nearby for the MSC at Moorfoot and got several similar allocations for project trips - particularly the Rovers (great cars, and I liked the Primera as well), some Peugeots (309 and 405) and lots of Ford Orions - it just depended on what their latest batch purchase was.

cl82 DE

2021-09-14 21:04

Thanks for the link to the Moorfoot building. I really did not know that brutalism was still in vogue that much in 1981.

dsl SX

2021-09-14 23:16

It was brutal, but the rich red-brown brickwork reduced its ugliness to some extent compared to grey concrete. Late 70s/80s Sheffield architecture around city centre was total chaos - lots of derelict land (some from industrial decline - dead factories/foundries etc - and some leftovers which had been undeveloped since WW2 bombings) were carved up for ring roads/underpasses and so on. Plus there were huge developments like Hyde Park and Park Hill flats in response to massive slum clearance programmes, with Park Hill towering over the city centre (more photos in some entries and comments here). So Moorfoot was less of a monstrosity than it would have been elsewhere. And the offices were well-designed internally, so good places to work in.

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