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  1. St.Thomas Eccleston Church

    ROBBOB nice to see the old town with its new look I took some ph otosmany years ago from the top of BEECHAMS tower, in those days you manly got the smoke haze, but what homely town it used to be I would like to go up there again
  2. Cenny Mod

    I LEFT 1946 THE TEACHERS WERE GOOD BUT WE DID NOT APRSEATE THEM AS ALL THE YOUNGER MEN WERE IN THE FORCES
  3. I went there for a few years after national service 1954
  4. Motor bike shops

    TOM COLLINS had a shop in WESTFIELD ST
  5. do you think THERESA MAY has shot her self in the foot with the white van man,the pension pledge and the foreign aid and also the proposed  diesel tax surely in this day and agewe can send a man to the moon is there nothing that can be done to alter the cars or the fuel to make them safe?

     

  6. Draining Carr Mill Dam?

    I was told years ago when it was drained you could see an old cottage
  7. Lodge on Abbey Rd

    did that house used to be a café in the war
  8. Kirkland St

    yes I remember the timber yard it was on the small estate at the back of ward street the man who worked there was a STAN PAINTER he moved to DUKE STREET and looked after the handymans store there
  9. Kirkland St

    john Morton was the bake house owner
  10. Kirkland St

    I remember HARRY OCKLEY he always had a mack on summer and winter and was always to be seen in VICTORIA PARK . WE used to run a mile when we saw him
  11. Windleshaw Chantry Volunteers

    how pleasant it is to see people doing some good work ,we are doing the same at our local church grave yard.
  12. I think the house was a police house at the corner of KINGSLEY RD and RAINFORD RD I remember going there in the1960s
  13. SOLD

    any body remember the hill side café that used to be there, did a lot of my courting in there.
  14. played in that fountain many atime in my younger days
  15. St Helens Market

    ALAN uncle BOB was my partner, MARY DAINTY and her mother were personal friends , have a copy of that some where.
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