Reading, Queen Victoria's Statue 1904
Memories of Reading
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 gone now mores the pity they were fun days ...Read full memory
This railway ran along Thamesside Promenade in the 1940s and 1950s. It was operated by Harold Judd. The line runs between chain-link fencing and an iron fence, and the train, approaching the camera, carries a number of children. There were apparently two 10 1/4" gauge lines.
Dose anyone remember Monks Barn Childrens Home in Caversham.
I was born in Caversham, Reading. I used to go to a riding school at Sonning Common, owned by Rosemary Drayton and remember the riding school and farm at Bugs Bottom owned by Frank Stokes. I loved the ice cream sold at The ...Read full memory
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