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Tal-Ħandaq Nostalgia

Memories of the Royal Naval School, Malta, 1947 - 1978.


Last additions - Then & Now
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Mad Dogs & Englishmen441 viewsPrefectNov 27, 2011
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Books about Malta364 viewsAuthor Rosanne Dingli brings these to your attention.
They are both available as eBooks for any sort of device, and also as lovely paperbacks.
See more here.
PrefectNov 27, 2011
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Roughers at Sliema Point411 viewsPrefectNov 25, 2011
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Roughers at Ghar id-Dud377 viewsPrefectNov 21, 2011
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St Paul on his Island338 viewsPrefectNov 20, 2011
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Hassan's Cave362 views1960sPrefectNov 18, 2011
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Trade Fair at Naxxar417 views1960sPrefectNov 18, 2011
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Dingli Cliffs405 viewsAs seen from a Captain Morgan Cruise.PrefectNov 07, 2011
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Invasion at Wied iz Zurrieq557 viewsNo, not the latest in the Euro Crisis - just a film!PrefectNov 06, 2011
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Kinnie available on AMAZON363 viewsOr it will be when they re-stock!1 commentsPrefectOct 28, 2011
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Il Fossa428 viewsAs someone imagines it might be.
"the lower part of Fort St. Elmo lends itself ideal to be converted into a Cruise Liner Terminal, complete with all required amenities"
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Il Fossa384 viewsAs it is.PrefectOct 25, 2011
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Lower St Elmo512 viewsMidnight Express2 commentsPrefectOct 12, 2011
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Fort St Elmo420 viewsPrefectOct 11, 2011
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Marsamxett420 viewsPrefectOct 09, 2011
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New Breakwater Bridge621 viewsNow in place. Times of Malta.
Not the same! Compare.
1 commentsPrefectOct 08, 2011
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Tanti Palmier Kiosk477 viewsPhoto by LancastrianPrefectOct 08, 2011
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The Dockyard 1970s461 viewsFrench Creek fully commercial and No. 6 Dock under construction.PrefectOct 04, 2011
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Ramla Bay Hotel, Marfa.398 viewsPostcardPrefectSep 30, 2011
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Msida Creek528 viewsVacated by the Navy but not yet filled with yachts. Late 60s - early 1970s?1 commentsPrefectSep 30, 2011
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Me as a lad!644 viewsOn the balcony of 3 St Nicholas Flats (apartments? LOL) Ta'Xbiex Wharf, approx 19654 commentsChris HowellsSep 28, 2011
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The Unlamented City Gate, built 1964.586 viewsBefore and after the excavation of "Freedom Square".PrefectSep 18, 2011
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A well known politician 1976551 views2 commentsPrefectSep 14, 2011
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Military Bay 1958645 views2 commentsPrefectSep 13, 2011
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Horses at Ta'Xbiex448 viewsPostcard 1950s. RFA Eddyfirth at left.PrefectSep 12, 2011
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Day out on dad's dockyard launch484 views I am at the stern and he seems to be laying down the law to someone, probably me.
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Swimming in Sliema Creek.571 viewsThe large building on the left is the boathouse. The sign on the top corner reads 36 HAA Regiment RA.
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Building on Manoel Island437 viewsPrefectSep 06, 2011
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The Old Naval Bakery426 viewsPhoto Ewart White PrefectSep 02, 2011
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The Gardjola, L'Isla Point445 viewsPhoto Ewart WhitePrefectSep 02, 2011
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Wembley Ice Cream579 viewsFactory at Gzira opened 1937.PrefectAug 31, 2011
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Empire Stadium Gzira4598 viewsLater known as The Stadium. Used mostly for football matches (and greyhound racing) and hosted the home matches of the Maltese national football team and also hosted the final of the Maltese Cup. The stadium was able to hold 30,000 spectators and originally opened in 1922. It was notorious for its sandy pitch. It hosted its final game in 1981, being replaced by the modern Ta' Qali Stadium.2 commentsPrefectAug 30, 2011
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