Photo of Slough, High Street 1950

Slough, High Street 1950

Neg. S256003

Memories of Slough

Conkers

I seem to remember that this section of Upton Park had its entrance at Sussex Place (at the East end of the High Street, just past Upton Road) Many an hour was spent walking/running through ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Anthony Rees

The Shaggy Calf Pub 1957 1963

I have fond memories of getting together with other musicians and practising big band music in the ballroom out the back. There were about 15-20 of us - no particular ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Anthony Rees

The Co Op

I can remember the Co-op store being the first in Slough to venture into the world of the supermarket. A friend worked there and was frustrated at the time because of the uncoordinated ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Anthony Rees

The Munich Disaster

Ouch! Someone mentioned the old Library in William Street. On the way home from Langley Grammar a few of us used to go to the Library to do our homework before travelling on (me ...Read full memory

A memory of Slough by Terry Smith

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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.

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.