Salcombe, Waterhead, Horse And Wagon 1922
Memories of Salcombe
Ian, my father was there from 1947 until it closed, Pete Petit. I worked there for 3 years too. Bob
Hi, the handsome young man standing on the far right of the picture is i am sure my late brother inlaw Ian cooper (rhino) I have the best memories a child could ever have living in Salcombe. and went back many times on holiday to spend with my late sister Ce.Ian and their children, Ian worked on the ...Read full memory
This view of Courtenay Park is quite poignant for me. It shows houses at the lower end of Devon Road and also the land on which Egremont Terrace was later built. My parents lived in no. 10 Egremont Terrace from the late 1930s until they moved to St Dunstan's Road in 1970. We had a splendid view over the estuary ...Read full memory
As someone who was born in Courtenay Street, Salcombe in 1941, I have a fairly good knowledge of local people. The man on the extreme left of the picture in waders is Larry Prinn or Prynn, the one on the extreme right would appear to be Ian Cooper. I recognise the central man in the group- I think he may have been ? Distin (Eric Distin's grandfather).