Born in 101 Albert Road moved to Charlton House and lived in flat No.38; the Whitby's, Streets, Watsons, Sullivans, Corrs, Reynolds, Ryans, Butchers, were all my neighbours. I went to St ...Read full memory
I was born in Kilburn Park Road. My father was a fireman on the old London North Eastern Railway. My grandparents lived nmext door. My mother was of Irish descent.My first school was ...Read full memory
Hello ....I am trying to find Tony and Terry Smith; they are twins one dark, one fair, they had a sister as well. They lived in the Kilburn area in 60's ... Tony was ...Read full memory
I was 6 years old and we lived close to Gladstone Park where we children would play the year round. I remember the pond, the swimming pool and the tennis courts. Then there ...Read full memory
In 1961/62 I used to have a Saturday job in Hardyments, on Kilburn High Road, a real old-fashioned store selling all sorts of china and hardware. The assistants ...Read full memory
I lived in Torbay Road just off the Willesden Lane and our two parks were Queens Park and Grange Park. The State Cinema seemed very grand, so we all used to go to Saturday ...Read full memory
My sister and I lived in three different places in Kilburn, at Willesden Lane, 55 Dyne Rd (I can't believe I still remember the number) and Queens Park Road. We ...Read full memory
Born in Kilburn Square in the early 30's we moved to Iverson Road and were there during the war. I used to act as messenger for the ARP who used the DOB club in Maygrove Road as ...Read full memory
I have a vivid memory of playing on the bomb site in Cambridge Place, I was 10 years old and a real tomboy. As my grandmother lived at number 11 Cambridge Place together ...Read full memory
Born of Irish immigrants in 1951, maiden name Power, I lived in Maygrove Rd and used to visit Timms sweet shop alot. I went to Kingsgate School and the Grange Park most lunch ...Read full memory
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