Photographs with a lot to analyse

don’t think that means anything, it’s just an Irish reg

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5003rd car registered in Cork in the first six months of 2014

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I enjoy the clear and specific nature of this plate design.

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This leaves so many unanswered questions.

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We don’t quite get to that level in the UK, but I wonder if most folk are aware that there is a sort of regional system.

And in getting that link I, inevitably, got drawn into (re-)reading all about the historical formats. :nerd_face:

I learned that green plates became a thing at the end of last year, though. So there’s that.

Yeah I know ours are and have always had some regional aspect but nothing as pure and clear as the Irish system

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E2fOl0FXwAEzWTa

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top photo looks exactly the same as the street I grew up on.

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Covid regulations force Green Man Festival to downscale

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Really tickled by SOBRIETY being twinned with a Q sticker, TBH.

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They should have done something more creative with the “SOUL” badge that Kia provided, given their fondness for all things evangelical

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unless it’s meant to be “Trump is my President Soul”

Does that one say ‘Fuelled by Jesus’? That’s quite the skill!

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At first I thought they were Everton fans looking at the badge at the top left.

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UP THE TOFFEES