Thanks for sharing. i`d been there several times when i was young. F+L. Greetings from Taipei, lienyuan
thanks for sharing those old trabzon photos.they are very amazing. now a days trabzon is not like these
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Thanks for the comments, I do have more photos from the 1957-58 time period and will try to post some more soon now that I have more time.
Thanks for the comments, Trabzon was a great assignment for most of us Americans. We lived on the economy before they built barracks up on the hill, so we got to know the town and some of the people who lived there. Especially enjoyed the food, rice pilof was a favoriate.
Thanks for the comment, never had a bike or car at Ashiya, but did buy a small 90 CC Yamaha after we moved to Brady in Nov 1955 for transprotation between Brady and Satozaki!
Thanks for the comment Benn. We were the 6922st RGM and in Nov 1959 we moved to Brady AB just up the coast from Ashiya. You all must have moved in when we moved out.
thanks for the comment Orionnew - I was stationed there from Jun 1955 to Jun 1956 and was an intercept radio operator with United States Security Service, 6921st Radio Sq Mobil.
Thanks, Glad ya like it.. and yes that's a 16 .. Myself I carried a Mossburg 500 pump and a Colt 45... But I worked on Hawks so didn't get far from FB's
Wonderful photo of this old chruch. My GGreat Grandfather, Thomas Clark was married here 16 Aug 1841 to Esther Masters. They immigrated to the US 1857 and raised 10 children.