Nuneaton – 8 December 2002- Part Three


8 December 2002, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, UK

This photo strip was taken at Nuneaton train station at 10.35 pm. The conductor held the train for us while we impatiently, and increasingly frantically, waited for this strip to pop out. The first of three strips I made on this trip from Dublin to Leicester and more details about the people with whom I was travelling can be seen here. The second of the strips, can be seen here.

Many of the photos in this long series are unremarkable. They make up a photographic album of my adult life, which gives me a lot of pleasure, as I add each new photo to the collection. I also love the memories they bring back, when I write about them for this blog.

This strip of photos comes from my series Photobooth 45 Year Project. The complete set of posts to date, can be seen in reverse order at the link Photobooth 45 Year Project (Archive) under the Categories heading in the side bar, on the right of this post. I am still adding to this project using mostly digital booths to create the images and have many year’s worth of photos to post before I get up to date.

  1. Jim Grey said:

    Did you know you can rename a category or a tag?

    Go to — where “yourblogsname” is the name you signed up for when you started your blog. Mine’s “jimgrey” for example.

    Find the category you want to change and hover over it. An Edit link appears; click it. Type a new name and click Update.

    All your links will be preserved.

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    • I didn’t know that. I feel nervous about it but I will give it a try. Thanks for the tip, Jim!


    • I followed your tip, Jim and it worked for all the previously published posts in the category, thank you! However, it breaks all the links in each post that says, “You can see all the posts that document the series by clicking here.” I think I need to direct people to the side bar if they want to see previous posts, instead.


      • Jim Grey said:

        Oh no! I’m sorry I created this problem for you. You can resolve it by re-editing the category back to its original wording.

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        • Thanks Jim. I think I’m going to stick with it and edit the last few posts in the series. Then I will take it from there with the new wording for subsequent posts. Then I will never have the problem again. I appreciate the tip. It will work much better in the long run.

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