Durham, St Oswald's Church 1918
Memories of Durham
I lived near Durham from 1955 to 1972 when I went off to university. My mother lived in Belmont nearby until her death in 1994. I remember well the funny little traffic control booth and Doggarts in the background. We always shopped in ...Read full memory
MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER LIVED AT 9 SILVER ST.HIS DAUGHTER ELIZABETH WAS BORN THERE IN 1846. 5 YEARS AGO I VISITED THE SHOP WHICH STANDS THERE NOW AND THEY TOOK ME ROUND THE PREMISES AND SHOWED ME WHERE THE FAMILY WOULD LIVE BACK ...Read full memory
This the view one saw when arriving in Durham by train from Kings Cross, but nowadays most of the little houses between the station and the city have vanished. The heart of the city lies in a horseshoe-shaped bend in the River ...Read full memory
My Uncle Gordon was the police man who used to sit in the police box at the top of the street in the market square directing traffic. This was around 1950s. I used to live in Meadowfield and came to Durham many, ...Read full memory
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