Woolwich, Powis Street c.1965

Woolwich, Powis Street c.1965

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Memories of Woolwich, Powis Street c1965

Woolwich, Powis Street C1965

This shows Powis Street in Woolwich. The large building in the middle of the photo is the RACS Co-op building, it is also the site in the distance of the first McDonalds shop in England. I was born in Balham in the late 1930s. I was working in Woolwich in 1956-1957 and have seen the decline in the area from a once thriving town.

A memory of Woolwich

Memories of Woolwich

Pre War Woolwich And Shooter's Hill

As a very young lad I lived on Ankerdine Crescent on Shooter's Hill, but Mum frequently took me down to Woolwich for shopping on the market. I can clearly remember a butcher's stall close to Powis Street where the cry related to 'Lamb's tickers' (lamb's hearts), something I sorely miss these days, living ...Read full memory

Ferry

I used to love the ferry, it was like going on holiday. My mum had a brother in hospital somewhere near Woolwich. It was always Sunday and it always seemed to be sunny. I used to love going down and seeing all the working parts on the old ferries, always polished and shinning. It seems daft but I can still smell the Thames, I think ...Read full memory

A memory of Woolwich by Pamela Mather

Woolwich Open Market

there used to be a lone policeman in the middle of the open market in 60's on Sunday's when the market was empty. We used to go round and round him on our motorbikes for a joke. He used to tell us to "sod off you lot, go and tease somebody else! ". He was laughing cos we did it every Sunday on our runs out. This done, ...Read full memory

A memory of Woolwich by Chris

Francis St Estate Memory

The shop on the left became a Hairdressers,the Shop on the right was a grocery store,i think it was named "Wrights".

A memory of Woolwich by spunding

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