Slough, High Street 1950

Slough, High Street 1950

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Slough dates back to the 12th century, when it was a hamlet on the London to Bath road. The settlement later spread to the neighbouring parish of Stoke Poges.

Memories of Slough, High Street 1950

Before We Emigrated To Canada

This was how we remembered Slough and it hadn't changed much when we returned in 1958, other than a lot more traffic.

A memory of Slough by Carolyn Babin

Memories of Slough

Wexham Rd Post Office

Hi Kevin, I think a Mr P.R.Poter ran the Upton Lea post office he wasthere in 1950s

A memory of Slough by oldbiker92

Shaggy Calf Pub

Raised many a pint in here.

A memory of Slough

My Grandparents' Pub

I remember the Shaggy Calf well, my grandparents Maurice and Beryl (Billy) Harris took over as landlords the day that I was born, 11 March 1958. It was always a popular pub, absolutely fantastic for a kid when my brothers and I used to visit, huge rooms, lots of corridors and a wide magnificent stairway, (it was orignally ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Stephen Derrett

The Carlton Ballroom

It was a must in the 1960's. The Carlton was in the High Street near the post office, a few steps were at the front, leading to the entrance and it was always packed. They had a bar upstairs where you stood drinking looking down over the dance floor. Also there was a long row of seats behind an arch to sit and snog, if ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough

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