AA men are always on hand when there's a damsel in distress.
They're even quicker off the mark, or so we suspect, if there's a cute wee dug in trouble.
This fur-coated West End woman and her pet pooch had hit the buffers in Bank Street in 1968, just off Great Western Road, when her classy Ford Corsair had gone kaput.
Eagle-eyed readers will notice WalterHubbardthe bakers on the other side of the road, later to becomeHubbard'spub, with the famous, nay infamous, Cleopatra's (Clatty Pat's) nightclub up the stair.
Naw, hen, ah'm no dancing - ah'm just moving my feet so they don't stick to the flair!
The striped awning, top left, belongs to another grocers turned bar. The former Cooper's store, complete with its landmark corner clocktower, was later an Aussie-theme bar, but has now returned to the Coopers name.
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