My father and his parents ran the sweet shop and ajoining hairdressind salon on the Harrow road. Somewhere near the kodak factory, where all the factory workers ...Read full memory
I was a part timer here - it was an old Currys store. I ran the record department, largely in the evenings after school. Amazing musicians used to come & go, the shop was ...Read full memory
My dad owned Robinsons Chemist and I lived over it from 1963 till I married in 68. We lived on Anglemead Crescent prior to moving back over the shop! I remember John Moore at ...Read full memory
I lived near the Kodak factory, but I spent a lot of time in North Harrow as a teenager. I used to go to the Methodist youth club (until they got fed up with me) and developed ...Read full memory
Moat Farm Park? I find this surprising as its claim to fame is surely the preserved buildings of the Tithe Barn and surroundings. The Barn itself is the site of ...Read full memory
Hi, I used to live in the Pinner Road fire station from 1948 until 1961, it holds all my favorite memories, going to Pinner Park school in Headstone Lane. I remember Mora Francis ...Read full memory
I lived in Blenhiem Road, North Harrow in the 1950s and did a paper round covering a lot of North Harrow. During the late '50s I joined the Kenton Road Club and took up ...Read full memory
We lived at 29 Northumberland Road in the 1950s with my grandmother. My sister Moira and I went to Longfield school and I have many happy memories there. My grandmother took ...Read full memory
Since I was working for the firm that built the British Restaurant in North Harrow and I lived on Westmorland Road I had a quick ride to work each morning. ...Read full memory
My great Grandfather, George frederick Rogers ( c1880 ) owned the Newsagents ( still named Rogers ) on the Preston Road at Preston road station, way back in the 1920's ?. ...Read full memory
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