Flixton, Woodsend Road c.1965

Flixton, Woodsend Road c.1965

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Memories of Flixton, Woodsend Road c1965

My Memories Of The Red Lion Area

Roger... After reading your recollections of the Woodsend Road I hope you don't mind me adding to your list of memories. It fair to say before I start to write we do know one another and by now we both have a lot of grey hair, or maybe no hair. I cannot help but remember a time when the 23 bus stop was alongside the field of Dutton's farm and the bus shelter was a cast iron and glass structure built on treed island in the middle of the road, this island many years later became a small traffic roundabout. The worst thing those days was the fact the 23 bus did not have a heater and neither did it have doors that closed, come to think of it the old North Western number 3 and number 5 bus's running from ...Read full memory

A memory of Flixton by yumapair6

The Red Lion

I lived about 150m from here from 1953 till 1968. This is 'The Red Lion' (the Red Lion pub is just out of shot at the left). Visible shops include Haslams newsagents, Traynors butchers, a greengrocer, grocer and (by this time?) a ladies hairdresser which had also been a decorators and a Granada Red Arrow TV rental shop. The terminus for the No. 23 bus route to Manchester Picadilly.

A memory of Flixton by Roger Hare

Memories of Flixton

My Memories Of The Red Lion Area

Roger... After reading your recollections of the Woodsend Road I hope you don't mind me adding to your list of memories. It fair to say before I start to write we do know one another and by now we both have a lot of grey hair, or maybe no hair. I cannot help but remember a time when the 23 bus stop was alongside the field of Dutton's farm and the bus shelter was a cast iron and glass structure built on treed island in the middle of the road, this island many years later became a small traffic roundabout. The worst thing those days was the fact the 23 bus did not have a heater and neither did it have doors that closed, come to think of it the old North Western number 3 and number 5 bus's running from ...Read full memory

A memory of Flixton by yumapair6

News Agent In Flixton

Does anyone remember a news agents in flixton ?The owner Ernie Stimpson son Brian ! He was my grandfather and trying to locate where it was as I was only 5 1973

A memory of Flixton by hopwood_karen

Trafford Healthcare Nhs Trust

My employer - does not look as nice today.

A memory of Flixton by Chris Bushell

Park Hospital

A little bit of history here, folks! Famous for being the location where I had my tonsils out in 1955 (or6?). Also famous (or it should be) for being the very first hospital incorporated into the National Health Service on (I think) July 1 1948. Yes, this is where it all started! There is (or was) a plaque commemorating this ...Read full memory

A memory of Flixton by Roger Hare

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