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The title may be a little unfair, but the old
girl in perfect alignment on the far right,
slumped against the wall waiting for a bus,
was not in the best of health or stamina,
much like these old petrol pumps outside a
disused garage on the Snowdonia road
just outside Caernarfon. I thought of
retouching them back to their original
spotless nick, leaving the ironic wreck of
the shed behind them, but then thought
better of it. 'Twerly' was a nickname
allocated to all those old-age pensioners, sorry - senior citizens, who in London would try
to get on the buses before their 'free-from' time of 9:30 am. "Am I too early?" The name
sort of stuck, but I don't know if it ever reached this far corner of North Wales, and I
don't know how 'Twerly' would translate into their impenetrable Welsh language up here
either.
The title may be a little unfair, but the old girl in perfect alignment on the far right,
slumped against the wall waiting for a bus, was not in the best of health or stamina,
much like these old petrol pumps outside a disused garage on the Snowdonia road just
outside Caernarfon. I thought of retouching them back to their original spotless nick,
leaving the ironic wreck of the shed behind them, but then thought better of it. 'Twerly'
was a nickname allocated to all those old-age pensioners, sorry - senior citizens, who in
London would try to get on the buses before their 'free-from' time of 9:30 am. "Am I too
early?" The name sort of stuck, but I don't know if it ever reached this far corner of
North Wales, and I don't know how 'Twerly' would translate into their impenetrable
Welsh language up here either.
The title may be a little unfair, but the old
girl in perfect alignment on the far right,
slumped against the wall waiting for a bus,
was not in the best of health or stamina,
much like these old petrol pumps outside a
disused garage on the Snowdonia road
just outside Caernarfon. I thought of
retouching them back to their original
spotless nick, leaving the ironic wreck of
the shed behind them, but then thought
better of it. 'Twerly' was a nickname
allocated to all those old-age pensioners, sorry - senior citizens, who in London would try
to get on the buses before their 'free-from' time of 9:30 am. "Am I too early?" The name
sort of stuck, but I don't know if it ever reached this far corner of North Wales, and I
don't know how 'Twerly' would translate into their impenetrable Welsh language up here
either.

Three wrecks, one twerly

The title may be a little unfair, but the old girl in perfect alignment on the far right, slumped against the wall waiting for a bus, was not in the best of health or stamina, much like these old petrol pumps outside a disused garage on the Snowdonia road just outside Caernarfon.  I thought of retouching them back to their original spotless nick, leaving the ironic wreck of the shed behind them, but then thought better of it. 'Twerly' was a nickname allocated to all those old-age pensioners, sorry - senior citizens, who in London would try to get on the buses before their 'free-from' time of 9:30 am. "Am I too early?" The name sort of stuck, but I don't know if it ever reached this far corner of North Wales, and I don't know how 'Twerly' would translate into their impenetrable Welsh language up here either.  
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