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Discussion in 'Just Shootin' The Breeze' started by Rock, Mar 27, 2012.
This can not - repeat CAN NOT be a "historic" photo. I patrolled in an '87 Crown Vic.
Lol I half assed it and just did the exchange and got that answer for 617 and 508.
without the phone number being visible, it could be identified as about 200 departments since in the early 80s, almost EVERYONE had the exact same car. It got boring after a couple of years. Uniformity is great, but it's like what happened with ambulances, after a bit, people become sick of looking like EVERYONE else.
My grandfather on Boston PD, circa early 1950s
Is your grandfather the one getting locked up in the "Patty Wagon"..?
Park St. Station on Boston Common (unknown date)
I want to bet that this is from the 1919 Boston Police strike.
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My Irish blood would have been offended if you had spelled Paddy wagon correctly!
When did they change from that style badge?
I don't know, but here here is a link to some of the older ones. Includes Danvers, Newton, and others.
Is that baby "75"???? He's adorable!!!!!
I know I have some grey hair, but come on Rock.
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Some old pics I had on the old union website;
Oh now there will be none of THAT!!! LMAO
Worst part about what Delta posted, those pics are all from DIFFERENT incidents. It seems that the QPD had one really bad weekend back in 1968!
I scanned the actual pictures, and they all had the same date & incident number written on the back of them, it was late July 1969 (I was 4 years old).
First of course I was kidding about the photos, and second, FOUR, you're just a kid, kid. I was a whole NINE at that time and hey, I was pretty damn close. I had a feeling the cruiser was a 67 or 68 and I went with 68.
Say, does anyone know how to convert a 'word' file into a jpeg or other picture type? I've got two I'd love to add but at this time can't figure out how.