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Really interested in your comment regarding Leica 250s. I am compiling a web site about J Barker & Sons Ltd of Great Yarmouth who also had a number of Leica 250s. My late father in law George Meadows worked for Barkers have a look at www.greatyarmouthphotographic.co.uk/seasidephotographer
I was interested to read that the prints were made by hand on Focomats. Barkers mechanised in the 1950s and made prints with Kenprinters made by Kennington & Bourlet a subsidiary of Ilford Ltd. Have a look at another of my web sites www.greatyarmouthphotographic.co.uk/ilfordltd
Barkers like so many photofinishers made some of their own gear and had a special processor to process the long lengths of film that were used in the 250s, 33 feet of it in old mone. Do you know how Mr Wilson processed these long films?
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Simon & Julia Shaw
John & Jill yes its us we have logged on in france! at Auberge de Keralloret[see web site]have had happy hour browsing photographs.
Wendy & Larry Burke
John , thanks for your comments on our gallery , we are glad you like them , we could not make Goodwood this year and missed it very mujch , all the tonning work we do in photoshop , we have E10 & E20 and love them !!
Hi John...just to let you know "I woz eer" - happy landings :-)