Chelmsford, New London Road 1892
Memories of Chelmsford
The smell of coffee probably wafted out from the shop at No.10 Duke Street. Basil Harrison was the town centre's grocer for many years who specialised in coffee. His ...Read full memory
I was born to a second generation Chelmsford family. My grandfather was the security guard on the Marconi's gate (Townfield Street end), his name ...Read full memory
I used to go with my 'gang' (Tuska, Boots, Bude, Pat ect) to Baddow Meads cafe and play Buddy Holly etc on the juke box. My godmother was caretaker of the Congregational chuch next to the ...Read full memory
This is the view looking to-wards the stone bridge and the High Street. The buildings on the left hand side are now the C0-op or Quadrant Stores. On the ...Read full memory
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