Reading, Queen Victoria's Statue 1904

Reading, Queen Victoria's Statue 1904

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Memories of Reading

Reading 1949

My Grandfather Blaskett ( my mother Sylvia was the second daughter of his second wife) owned property in Reading and was a spec builder and for a while our family lived at 24 Bath Road. ...Read full memory

A memory of Reading by Bette Schoots

My Home Town 1947 1969

I was born in Liebenrood Road Maternity Hospital Reading in 1947 and for my first 5 years I lived in Salisbury Road, moving to Whitley until I left in 1969. I remember as a young ...Read full memory

A memory of Reading by Wendy Fegan

University Rag Days

Rag Days , who knows why they were called rag days I believe Reading Uni is now rated as one of the top 100 unis in the world , as far as i can ascertain the rag day parades have ...Read full memory

Thames Side Miniature Railway

The Thames-side Miniature Railway opened in about 1946 and closed in 1954.  The station, which had a single platform, stood at the Caversham end of the line. To the ...Read full memory

A memory of Reading by Chris Griffiths

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