That's "Bockers", as in "knickerbockers," Mary-Lou (Comments, last entry) The sort of underwear into which one might have been sewn in winter. The pattern features a gusset, and presumably no picture for fear of offending public decency. It would have been helpful for the knitter though.
Just as much of its time is this set of patterns from a booklet called "The Aran Look" - pre-decimal coinage, so sometime in the 60s perhaps.
Would anyone have left the house dressed in this get-up? And imagine a country walk in Aran gaiters like this.
A change of theme - around our village, various dated properties. This one once fronted up the King's seeds site. Growing plants for their seed was a major enterprise locally until quite recently.
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By the bridge over the Blackwater, this blue plaque:
This one kind of brings it home to you, doesn't it? Twenty years ago we had an allotment on that same Vicarage Fields.
Here's one where the date is very precise - and probably correct. However, I used to rent a flat just behind this house. The owner had brought up her children in the house pictured and one of her sons had trained as a wood-carver. I think that horizontal beam - the bressumer - in the picture may well be his work, from about 1967.
And, finally, the clock tower from the village square, above the Clockhouse tearooms. This counts as modern, for us.