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A Norfolk woman is still using a fridge her mother bought in 1957.

Geraldine Rowarth’s British-made Prestcold fridge cost 65 guineas – a month’s wages for husband Ian, a teacher. But it was money well spent. For half a century later, it’s still going strong in her daughter’s farmhouse kitchen, reports the Daily Mail.

May 3, 2007 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. I would gladly replace my modern fridge with a 50’s classic if it was quiet. I don’t know why all new refrigerators have to make so much white noise.

    Comment by Ray | May 3, 2007

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