For more information, visit the Surfing Heritage & Culture Center.Features: EPS epoxy 6'3" x 29" x 3-3/8" with huge double concaves, and a Futures quad system.
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(1)LMSR SOUTH MANCHESTER AREA issued whole including from Buxton, Chapel-en-le-F (S’th), Cheadle Hulme, Chinley, Didsbury (Trans), Hazel Grove, Heald Green, Heaton Mersey (Trans), Middlewood for High Lane, New Mills N, Stockport, etc, plus article tickets / Car Parking from Bugsworth, Chapel-en-le-Frith (S’th), Cheadle Heath, Peak Forest, Stockport. (18)BTC(E) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Chappel & Wakes Colne, Clare, Fambridge, Saxham & Risby, Sible & Castle Hedingham, Swaffham; BTC(E) 2d Red Diamond: Angel Road, Baldock, Buntingford, Dereham, Haughley, Haverhill, Hornchurch, Maldon (East), Newmarket UO, Palace Gates, Silvertown, Thorpe Bay, Turkey Street, Walthamstow. Early transitional style LUGGAGE LABELS: Glasgow and South Western Section (18); Caledonian Section (18); Highland Section (9). Click HOLLIDAY BANGS & DENGATE [BRIXTON] 1d white and 2d blue punch type HORSE BUS TICKETS for the Camden Town Station – Coulsdon Red Lion route, plus a 5d orange numerical stage issue. The 1d prints include “Up”, “Down” and “Transfer” overprints. (12)LMSR mixed type PLATFORM TICKETS: Blackpool North, Euston № 4, Morecambe (Euston Rd) (Free), Moses Gate, Nottingham B, Rugby (Free) (2 different), St Pancras B, (3 different), South Hampstead, Stockport (Down), Stockport (Up).
Mostly type G77 LUGGAGE LABELS all but one of which have been rubber stamped with the issuing station “Penzance to”, the exception being “Windsor to.” Three labels are G79 type. (20)GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class singles from Aldeburgh (/), Bury St Edmunds (Bg), Framlingham, Melton, North Walsham, Norwich Thorpe, Saxham, Saxmundham, St Ives, Whittlesea. (51)BR(W) OXFORDSHIRE & WILTSHIRE AREAS issued whole comprising 3rd class singles from Bicester North, Bradford on Avon, High Wycombe (2 different), Princes Risborough, Trowbridge; 2nd class singles from Bicester London Road, Calne, Charlbury (2 different), Compton, Didcot, Maidenhead, Marlborough, Newbury, Oxford (3 different), Trowbridge; 3rd whole return from Culham; 2nd whole returns from Princes Risboro’, Oxford, Shiplake. Click THE LONDON GENERAL OMNI-BUS Co Ltd early motorbus punch type BUS TICKETS issued before the printing of route numbers. Dukeries station closed on 6/3/1950, Tuxford Central closed on 19/9/1955 and Tuxford North closed on 4/7/1955). Click LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS geographical (9) and numerical stage (1) punch type TRAM TICKETS at 1d, 1½d, 2d and 2½d fares for a variety of routes. Click BR(M) all different issued whole MIDLAND LINES and area including from Alfreton & South Normanton, Bakewell, Barrow-on-Soar & Quorn, Belper, Blaby, Borrowash, Chapel-en-le-Frith (South), Clay Cross, Corby, Cromford, Derby (London Midland), Desborough & Rothwell, Duffield, Hathersage, Henlow Camp, Kegworth, Kibworth, Mansfield (Town), Matlock Bath, Millers Dale, Old Dalby, Sileby, Spondon, Syston, Trent, Whatstandwell, etc. (50)LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from the June 1912 – October 1913 period with green fare overprints at ½d, 1d, 1½d, 2d, 2½d and 3d fares for services numbered between 2 and 58. (10)SR (9) AND BR(S) (51) SOUTH WEST ENGLAND mostly issued (only 1 is unissued) including SR from Bournemouth Central, Bournemouth West, Branksome, Langston, Marchwood, Northam, St Denys, Southampton Terminus (For Docks), etc, and BR(S) including from Alresford, Branksome, Corfe Castle, Corsham, Fareham, Hamworthy Junction, Havant, Hayling Island, Lymington Pier, Netley, Parkstone, Shawford, Sholing, Southampton Docks, Swanage, Swanwick, Upwey, Verwood, Weymouth Quay, Woolston, Yarmouth Slipway, etc. Click LCC TRAMS / TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS dating from late 1920s to 1933 including Workman’s Return, Cheap Sunday, Pupil’s, Cheap Mid-Day Fare, Return, etc at fares between 1d and 8d. (19)GWR PLATFORM TICKETS: T1: Bourne End Up, Machynlleth, Torquay (2 different); T2: Cogan, Henley-on-Thames, Paignton, Stroud (damaged); T3: Marylebone 1 and 2, Neath General, Paddington 5 and 7, Reading West, Slough 1, Southall, Windsor & Eton, Witney; T3 with full upper case title: Paddington 3. (19)BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-name at base): Abbey Wood, Berrylands № 1, Boscombe № 1, Brixton, Cheam № 1, Deptford, Eastleigh, Exeter Central № 1, Godalming, Hampton, Hither Green № 1, Lancing № 2, Maidstone West, New Beckenham, Polegate, Red Hill № 2, St Mary Cray № 1, Shanklin, Smitham, Steyning, Tadworth & Walton on Hill, Ventnor № 2, Waldron & Horam № 2, Waterloo № 8, Yeovil Pen Mill. Click LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) BUS COMPANIES mostly numerical stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Dispatch, Drake, Durell, Earl, Eastern, Edmonton, Elms & Longman, Empire (2d blue geographical), Empress (2 different). (25)BR(W) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Cardiff (Queen Street) B, Cheltenham Spa St James, Cookham, Gt Malvern, Handsworth, Llandaff For Whitchurch U, Maidenhead A, Marylebone 2, Merthyr, Minehead, Newton Abbot, Paddington D and E, Princes Risborough, Royal Oak, Sudbury & Harrow Road, Swindon Junc, Thame, Wembley Hill, Ynyshir.
Before there was The Social Group, we tried everything, and to be honest, were pretty appalled at the choice… We recognised a need for something completely different to the tired old stigma of traditional singles clubs with their tacky ‘singles discos’ and boring back room of a pub ‘meetings’. So, we came to the conclusion, that to get what we wanted, we would have to set it up and run it ourselves.
The Social Group was set up in the first place because of our own experience of being single and finding it really difficult to meet people and make new friends.
Rainham, Ryde St Johns Road, Shepperton, Staines № 1, Three Bridges, Victoria № 1, Wallington № 1, Waterloo № 3, Wimbledon № 1. Click SOUTH METROPOLITAN ELEC-TRIC TRAMWAYS Co Ltd geographical (5) and numerical stage (6) punch type TRAM TICKETS at 1d, 2d, 3½d and 6d over a variety of routes. Click BEXLEY COUNCIL TRAMWAYS (1) AND BEXLEY COUNCIL TRAMWAYS & DARTFORD LIGHT RAILWAYS (7) geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS, The Bexley example is a 3½d red issued prior to joint operations with Dartford.
A packet comprising examples (approx numbers) from G&SWR (23), LMSR (G&SW Section) (6), South African Railways (31), Highland Railway (15), GNSR (22), GS&WR (32) and GNR(I) (40). (30)SR T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Adisham, Barnstaple Jc № 1, Bere Alston, Bournemouth Cen № 2, Brighton № 2, Charing Cross № 2, Claygate № 1, Crowhurst, Edenbridge Town, Folkestone Cen № 1, Gravesend Cen № 2, Hildenborough, Hounslow № 1, Lingfield, Meopham, North Tawton.
The pronunciation of the original word, paepo'o, was altered, and now even the spelling is changed to paipo. Published by Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1977. He notes that while it's true that "paepo" can be translated as "night landing" (as noted in the mo‘olelo by Alfred Solomon), Clark has since learned that the original word was actually "pae po'o".
Today "to paipo" means to go bodysurfing with a "bellyboard." The board itself is called a paipo board."Source: page 9 in The Beaches of O'ahu, By John R. The following is from the manuscript: In the earliest descriptions of surfboards by Hawaiian scholars, the smallest boards, those that were shorter than six feet in length, were generically called papa li`ili`i, or "small boards." During the early 1900s, the name papa li`ili`i was changed on two fronts with non-Hawaiian surfers calling them bellyboards, because they were most often ridden prone, the rider laying on his or her "belly," and with Hawaiian surfers in Waikiki calling them pae po`o boards. It does not appear in any Hawaiian dictionaries, Hawaiian language newspapers, or writings of the prominent Hawaiian scholars of the 1800s, such as `I`i, Kamakau, Kepelino, and Malo, who described traditional Hawaiian surf sports.
revels in iconic British grub such as kedgeree and devilled kidneys – a Victorian breakfast of lamb's kidneys, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, mustard and cayenne pepper on toast.