Here's the second installment of my rescued slides.
This first image has no date. I'd guess early to mid-'70s? The women are drinking cans of Younger's Tartan Special Ale, which is from Edinburgh. Maybe that's a clue about the location -- which doesn't look very comfortable, by the way.
October 1985 -- I did a reverse image search on this photo and learned it's the old Porth Wen Brickworks on Anglesey in Wales.
No date -- It looks miserable, doesn't it?!
October 1969 -- This is recognizable right away as Windsor Castle. It didn't look a whole lot different the last time I was there. (Granted, even that was quite a while ago -- back in 2003!)
October 1969 -- This guy has a kind of Peter Lawford, brat-pack vibe. He looks like he's off to have another martini and play golf.
October 1972 -- Here's our mystery woman again, striking a pose in her cat-eye sunglasses. This was taken somewhere in Britain, given the red phone box at lower left, but I have no idea where.
June 1972 -- And here she is again! This was a pretty creative way to take this photo, leaving the indoors in silhouette. For some reason, I think this was taken in Cyprus. Maybe there was a note on one of the slides or slide boxes, I can't remember now.
June 1972 -- Another photo from the same trip, and perhaps my favorite one of all. She seems so relaxed, really basking in that Mediterranean warmth.
My plan is to put all the scanned slides on Flickr. When I do I'll link to the set in case you'd like to see the rest.