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  1. Haha OK ! added 1 minute later added 1 minute later The Stinky Brook
  2. Its fingerpost looking down Park road towards Blackbrook ! Thats the Giraffe Church on the left with Nannygoat park center right and the sankey brook added 1 minute later it was still there when I started at Parr Cent in about 62 ! added 8 minutes later You can just about see the Black Horse Pub (now a Chinese Restaurant ) with Roper street where I grew up Behind it although Black Horse street is gone by then ! All the empty spaces around park road was later filled up with three stories whick have since been knocked down although the terraced houses before them had been there for a hundred years Me mam used to say that "Changes are not always for the better " She was right !
  3. on the picture top right the flat grassy part when I was a kid was a massive quarry that was previously the spoil tip from a chemical works that I was told was called Paddys blunder I myself would love to know more about what went on there in those days !
  4. added 3 minutes later Anyone know what year this is ? The blunder has already been filled in so I would guess the 70s !
  5. Wow me too the clay pit was on the opposite side of the road to the cottage had some happy times down there and round the burgies and the molly mines
  6. I went to Merton Bank School my fave teacher was Barry Halpin the folk singer ! added 3 minutes later Does anyone remember the Rag and Bone man with the wooden leg ? he was my grandmothers Brother he lived in Wain street ! added 6 minutes later His name was Johnny Traynor and his wife was Elsie
  7. Thruppence and sixpence every day
    Just to drive to my baby

  8. anyone got any pictures of Wain Street ?
  9. Great pictures ! added 3 minutes later
  10. I remember when I worked at Beechams one of the lads had that Book he was always going on about how good it was but I was just a Kid with other stuff on my mind ! 😏 added 2 minutes later Thats mad because it says published in 94 but it was in the 60s it was shown to me ?
  11. Does it look like it could be to you ? there was a chimney there in the 60s it was knocked down by Harry Davis from Blackbrook brick by brick IIRR added 2 minutes later My grandad Dave Griffiths worked there on the Globe !
  12. added 0 minutes later is this one fosters glass works at pocket nook
  13. Bla Bla Bla Bla Bla !

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  15. Walk beside me 

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    not behind me !

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