(Continued from previous page, Pentax P30.) Another water related image, the drains are cleared, probably in preparation for the heavy rains which have flooded many parts of the UK: And a motoring pair of pictures, from an event which happened on the Brayford side in Lincoln. I spotted this in one of the doorways sometimes used by homeless of the area as shelter. I really hope that the reason this packet of 16 Ibuprofen was here was because of a headache rather than because of despair. I did not check the contents to see if all were gone or not. And the last image: Behind this veil is a high street bank. When i looked up and saw this it reminded me of the Monty Python sketch in the film The Meaning Of Life, called The Crimson Permanent Assurance. As such, and considering all the recent occurrences in the financial world, "The Crimson Permanent Assurance" is the title of this picture: So, those are my images from the P30n, a camera from before the turn of the century. That may be the last camera i use in this challenge, unless i find a bargain special somewhere. So come on everyone, get those relics working and submit some pictures to this thread. It doesn't have to be from a hundred years ago, it doesn't have to be wacky, it just has to be film and something you'd find interesting having a go getting working, so get those pictures in.