Yes, I'm almost certain people will remember Gertrude Street. My name is John Howard and I lived at No.31 Gertrude St. Went to Mount Carmel RC, I also went to the Cad on ...Read full memory
I was born and bred in Salford in 1942 on Littleton Road, the first thing I remember was the flooding of the River Irwell and then queuing for Canadian Aid at Kersal Cells with my mum, we got a ...Read full memory
I was born at Hope Hospital in March 1947 and lived in Ducie Place off Liverpool St, close to the Oldfield Rd end. I went to Hope Street school till I was 10, and ...Read full memory
Carrying on from my comments of yesterday,when I talked about Clarendon Secondary ...Read full memory
I remember my childhood in Salford very well. We lived on Clarendon Road and I went to Liverpool Street Girls' School. The headmistress was a Mrs Chrighton and the music teacher ...Read full memory
I was born in Birley Street, just near the reck park, now re named the red reck. I went Liverpool Street Girls School when I was a little one. I started in the ...Read full memory
I would dearly love to be able to show the photos I have of mount carmel school,from 1952 onwards,the whit walks,the class photos etc................. Mr.Glynn Miss Grey etc........................can anyone tell me how to do it please ?
I was born 1943 and lived with my mother and sister, Joan, in Raglan St., Lower Broughton. My mother was Barbara Joels who had lost her husband (our dad) in Casino, during the war. I ...Read full memory
I was born in Russel Place off Hankinson St. We had cockroaches all over the house and there was 8 kids & 2 adults in a 2up 2down. We had no money & my dad was a gambler & a violent man. In ...Read full memory
I lived at 24 Derby Street from 1948 to 1958. It was a family road with mum an dad living at 28 and brother Jim up the road. I remember Billy Dags who owned our houses. I remember going ...Read full memory
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