16 September, 2006
"David Bradley Online" was created on 17 September 1999
The pictures on this web page, http://www.cyberpictures.net/Keith%20Farrow%20EATM%202006/, are reproduced by the kind permission of the photographer Keith Farrow and particularly concentrate on London trolleybuses which were out in force for the EATM 2006 event. London trolleybus 1253 was brought up from London through the acquiescence of the Covent Garden Museum and a generous benefactor who meet all towing costs for the outward and return journeys. The pictures contain several shots of a simulated service in London on a Sunday afternoon in 1960 and will invoke memories for some site visitors.
Significant page changes appear in the list below. The most recent is at the top and eventually the bottom older items are deleted. Return to this listing using the "What's New button" on the green panel. As this page is currently being revamped, no real information is shown here for the present time.
Providing new material, and updating pages, is hindered excessively while ensuring that every
page on this site appears as intended when using any of the browsers, shown on the blue panel, under Microsoft's Xp
operating system. The arrival of Xp Service Pack 2 has seen tried and tested features falling foul of new
enhanced security features or when end users alter, or disable, features that
If you do notice something that is not quite right, please I have done the very best that my technical ability permits [with a fair amount of assistance from fellow enthusiasts], and request your indulgence if certain pages are corrupted. Hopefully these will be few and far between so that your enjoyment of this site is not unduly spoilt.
The dominate position of Internet Explorer remains, but if you want to try the features of another browser, the blue panel contains hyperlinks to sites where these alternative browsers can be downloaded for free. Any, or all, can be used in parallel with Internet Explorer.
A genuine attempt has been made to make this site non-browser specific but extreme difficulties surface while attempting to achieve this aim with WebTV equipment. HTML element attributes defined by WebTV are often different from main stream browsers and some of the less used elements are simply not available. However, it is planned to make a small number of tweaks so that the site is more user friendly with WebTV, but only as each page requires an update. Watch for later announcements on this matter.