Going to the Match — L.S. Lowry

BWFC — Sending Out an SOS

A message to a future owner (assuming there is one)

My dad took me to see Bolton Wanderers when I was seven. He used to go every week. I remember asking him if I could go with him and he couldn’t have been happier. It was as if I transitioned from being a little to a big lad — this was something we could finally do together, both of us. He worked a late shift at a paper mill back then…

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Dad/Husband/UXer/Photographer/Brit/Yank/BWFC/Red Sox — Taker of photos and writer of a few words to surround them. www.ainscowphoto.com

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Mark Ainscow

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Dad/Husband/UXer/Photographer/Brit/Yank/BWFC/Red Sox — Taker of photos and writer of a few words to surround them. www.ainscowphoto.com

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