166 Laundry

Once again, a blast from the past, this could have been my nan’s. In fact it is in the Museum Of East Anglian life.

How much we have progressed?

I can remember the smell of the washing in the copper and the neighbours popping in and out.

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8 Responses to 166 Laundry

  1. danudin says:

    Is that where you got your dishpan hands, you little domestic you Howie!

  2. jackscrap says:

    Love all the delicates hanging on the line. I wouldn’t mind having that mangle next to the wall.

  3. lsvejda says:

    Very nice capture with the windows in the background. This must have been difficult to photograph.

  4. KarenAnn says:

    Very nicely presented! I’m sure glad to have my front loading washer and electric dryer instead of this set-up though!

  5. PC PHOTO says:

    this one makes me think of helping my nan with her wringer washer, these are huge!

  6. traceyjj says:

    Well thought out for this theme… I can remember getting my hands trapped in a wringer as a child, and the old ladies next to my mums house used to have one similar to the one on the right in their garden “washhouse” until they died…

  7. area codes says:

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