Thomas cook | Travel Agent | 1990s High Street | Thames News | 1990 Posted on September 24, 2019 1990s agent chicago hotels Cook dallas hotels High hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels News private jet rental property Street thames Thomas travel travel vlog vacation 27 thoughts on “Thomas cook | Travel Agent | 1990s High Street | Thames News | 1990” That's a shame. Blame your damn gov for letting all the British brands go abroad or get bankrupt. Everyone wants to stay at the top regardless who will pay the price. Loyalty towards one's country is no longer valid.Reply Damitt…Reply The company was milked by a foreigner and all the other greedy people at the top .Reply When this country still felt normal if only we knew what was comingReply @0:37 If only Grant Mitchell knew Sharon was moonlighting & not working in the Queen Vic !!Reply Don't just book it, Thomas Cook'it.Reply Thomas cooked…….Computer says no!!!!Reply Yet another firm gone to the dogs . What will we be watching in another 20 years . Empty high streets Where will it end !!!!!!!!!!!!!Reply Don’t book it, Thomas Cook it.Reply don't just book it, thomas fuck itReply Rubbing salt…Reply Fucking memories of time gone byReply R.I.P.🥺😓😢😓😢Reply Very timely as thay"re going out of business today!Reply ironic is it not that its the banks the government bailed out who have pulled the plug on a much regarded brand putting people out of work. Gordon brown and Alistair Darling were willing to spunk billions keeping the banks all open in 2008 but £200 million to keep the banks off Thomas cooks back could not be found. Truly a crying shame and good reason to prove how the banks own this country and do what they like. too big to fail and they know it and do as they please.Reply To be fair even back then it was Teletext holidays in a shop front. The ones remaining are just internet search engines on the high street. The community aspect of booking your yearly holiday with the same trusted travel agent is what has been lost and that’s a real shame. Neoliberalism at its very finest.Reply Thomas Cook before it became Thomas CookedReply For once you don't disable comments on a current topicReply I remember when thomas cook were sponsoring Manchester City, now it’s Etihad on the front.Reply RIP another great British institution gone from the high street the oldest travel agent in the world very sad day indeedReply What timingReply Alas, no more.Reply Computer says NOReply Another one bites the dustReply back to good times in britain, 1990 remember it well.Reply Pertinent.Reply RIP 23.09.19Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.