I have very fond memories of Salford. I first lived in Franklin St, Ordsall, until I was about 4 or 5 years old. I recall the pub on the corner and the church at the other end. I lived on the landings facing the ...Read full memory
I lived in Langdale House, Salford. It was a block of masonettes, there were two other blocks on the same road, Patterdale and Ennerdale. We lived on the 3rd floor, overlooking a small play park and a row of tiny one ...Read full memory
I was born and brought up in Chadderton Street near Greengate and Irwell, which we called the rubber works. My mam and dad both worked there. I used to play on mark addie waiting for my dad coming home from work, whose name is ...Read full memory
I have just read various entries for remembering streets of Salford which had my childhood flooding back to me with lots of affection. I also can remember the cobbled streets, rag bone man etc. But I also remember the ...Read full memory
Hi everybody, I remember the Piazza shopping complex as my dad owned the butchers shop on there, Harry Hargreaves. We had some great times working there and I have great memories of the good people that lived in the ...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 over the road to Joan's shop to have a tin ...Read full memory
I was at Regent Road and in love with Mr Oldfield's daughter, Alison, when I was about 8. I have great memories of school holidays at Westward Ho, Skipton and Dalston Cumbria when 3 or 4 of us went to Greta Green and Hadrians wall in Pop Siddall's Ford Zephyr.
I grew up just off Regent Road and Oldfield Road in the Langdale House flats. We lived in D17 and had many memorable neighbours who we shared many happy times with. I remember the Bergens ice cream cart that was pulled by a white ...Read full memory
I lived there just opposite St Clements Church. Ordsall park at the bottom of the road. Went to Ordsall board school then secondary modern school. Remember the ice cream cart pulled by horse. Bonfire in Archie st. Going to the pics ...Read full memory
I remember playing football, hockey on skates, whip & too, home-made bogies [pram wheels], there were not many cars then. The bomber that crashed Irlams oth' height about '47, collecting books for salvage during the ...Read full memory
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