Oh, yes, the number 77 bus, I met my husband on this bus. Seems it was a magic number for meeting future husbands. We used to get off at Granger Avenue, opposite ...Read full memory
Does anyone remember Park Road North in the 1960s? Well, I think it was the 60s as that was the year my mother was born. There was a shop along there, I'm not too sure of the ...Read full memory
Hi, as a kid me and our Mick would be look outs for workers from Camel Lairds playing pigeon toss for pennies. At the side of the building to the right of the tunnel we lived in ...Read full memory
my father lived in the house next to the halfway house pub. he was born in 1912, not sure when the family left. any info would be welcome
My dad, Billy Sinnett, worked on the docks for years when we were small. They all had a nickname, dad's was Crazy Horse or Chief. I remember him coming home from work carrying a dockers hook as they called it and he hung it up in the cupboard under the stairs.
What happy memories I recall of my early dancing days, learning to jive at the Queens Kingsland and New Brighton Tower. I went a lot with my older brother Cliffy ...Read full memory
I brought up 3 children in Cyprus Street and have loads of memories of the area before demolition of the house from St. Johns Street through to Charing Cross. This was a ...Read full memory
I lived in Whitfield Place one street down from The Queens Hall picture house later called The Queens Dance Hall; also danced in The Kingsland, The Legion beside the Park ...Read full memory
Does anybody have any photos of the bike shop in Exmouth Street called (Rogers) and the Pub next door.
i just love rembering back in them days im now 44 2 sons 1 age 27 and 22 ant 2 gawjaws grandchilden my little grandson riley whos 2 and my little gradaughter olivia whos 2 weeks old
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