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Hey, I used to live there!

Have you moved away from Ruislip, from England even? If so tell Ruislip Online your old address and a recent picture of your house could feature here. The actual address will not be posted, so you will just have to see if you can remember/recognize it. 

If by chance you spot your house here it means that somebody who used to live in it visits this site, just tell us your address and we will put them in touch with you.

If you are waiting for a picture of your old house to appear, please be patient.

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This house is near the woods, the person who left it is still not out of them.
   

A confused place. Can't make up its mind which way to face and thinks it is near the woods, which it is not. And years ago it thought it was near the sea, which once again it is not.
   

Some houses have a through lounge and this has a through garage. Actually this house is the pits, why? 
   

Totally confusing this one. The house next door, but adjoining, is in a different road! Both roads lead nowhere!
   

This house is near the crematorium, so it is amazing nobody has nicked all the flowers!
   

For a while this road had two spellings, one with an "e" in the middle, another not. Now some of it is one-way. Boy I am confused. It is all a bridge too far.
   

This house backs on a a service road that has been taken over by the council and re-surfaced. Why? Well it is now a cycle path, running along beside the park. Further up the path some dimwit put security gates on - they did not last long!!
   

Back in that road that starts nowhere, goes nowhere and ends nowhere. Still, it is all bricks 'am mortar I guess..
   

Broadly speaking, if we are honest, we wood all like to live in a house like this.
   

To E or not to E, that is the question? Whether it is better to be one way or not....?
   

Is this pictured a bit of a Blur due to Life at the end of the street?
   

Pigs might fly, but garage doors?? Think 'ave 'ad enough. Life is a beech.
   

I am painting my house, but Bide(ing) my time. 
   

In America this lady only has two "e"s, which is bad enough, but over here she is a veritable addict. 
   

More ecstasy please (see above)  
   

A road named after Alfred? BE Close, that's for sure.
   

Take your time and cross the river at the shallow point, in your Dagenham Dustbin?
   

Two fat ladies, off the town of Whitby?
   

The hatchet should be put underground in this street.

   

Hatchet being put underground, it weighs nearly a ton!
   

Take up thy.....and walk to where the river is shallow.
   

Broadly speaking we would all like to live in this road
   

See above
   

Was Winston Churchill born here?
   

A Bridge made of little more than a weed, not enough to Drive down.
   

Right I have painted the house and everything to do with it white, and the wife is now demanding that we have the number IN WHITE on the front of the house...hmmmmm...I know - the bin!!!

 

Part of this road will do 100, the other deserves the British Empire Medal.

 

 

   

"Bricks 'em motor that's what they built em wif guv'"
   

Bide your time and the river levels will drop allowing you to drive through.
   

Unlucky this house, not near the sea, nor near the forest.
   

Back in that road that starts nowhere, goes nowhere and ends nowhere. Still, it is all bricks 'am mortar I guess..
   

Crem or arms, I know where I would prefer to be!
   

I bet living here was ok when the tide was out, but when it was in I bet you could not see the wood for the trees.
   

In America this lady only has two "e"s, which is bad enough, but over here she is a veritable addict. 
   

In America this lady only has two "e"s, which is bad enough, but over here she is a veritable addict. 
   

We are back waiting for the river levels to drop before driving forward on this Road.
   

Wide timber? Having you?
   

Near Cardington. In the church yard is a memorial commemorating those that died when the R101 crashed into a hill at Beauvais, near Paris. This road could be named after the town where the memorial is.
   

Hatchet should be gotton rid of on this Street, preferably underground.
   

Is this pictured a bit of a Blur due to Life at the end of the street? Same house in 1979
   

Not near the sea and not near a forest, copse or clump. Lost
   

As above only batting for the other side.
   

Lost in France? Well no but lost on the way there - or is it on the way to Vermont?
   

We are back waiting for the river levels to drop before driving forward on this Road.
   

In America this lady only has two "e"s, which is bad enough, but over here she is a veritable addict. 

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More hatchets being put in to holes, near Cannons Brook this time.
   

 

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