Luton, Congregational Church 1897

Luton, Congregational Church 1897

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Memories of Luton

The Carnegie Library

I spent many hours in this library until its closure in the early 1960s. Immediately inside was the section where books were handed in on return and new loans were issued. No bar ...Read full memory

A memory of Luton by Alan Squire

The Good Old Days Continued

I also recall the days when the old tramp used to go around the bins in the old market hall looking for food, and old Les the deaf mute who used to hang around the taxi rank ...Read full memory

A memory of Luton by Michael Bream

Bull In A China Shop

I remember a slaughterhouse entrance tucked in the corner where the cattle entered. One escaped one day, charged up Chapel Street in a rage.

A memory of Luton by Thomas Fell

The Good Old Days

I was born in Luton in the 1940s and remember well the shops in Manchester Street with WG Durrants butchers on the corner of Manchester Street and Bridge Street. Next door in Bridge ...Read full memory

A memory of Luton by Michael Bream

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