Memories of Woolwich
The shop on the right wasa newsagents called Wrights, there was a greengrocer'so on the opposite side of the street which was a family business called Hammonds
Hi everyone. I'm currently trying to collect memories of The Woolwich Tramshed, particularly of its time as a music and comedy venue, for a community heritage project. If you ever used to go to gigs at The Tramshed please do let me know in the comments!
I remember very fondly Woolwich market & town centre in the 60's & 70's. Cuffs department store always seemed so imposing with polished wooden floors, we had to go there to get my school uniform for Notre Dame Convent in Eglington Road. Christmas time always meant a visit to the store to see Santa's grotto, and a ride ...Read full memory
There has been a ferry at Woolwich for many centuries but the people of Woolwich complained in the 1880s that West London had free access across the River Thames by bridges so why couldn't they have free travel? The river was too busy to put a bridge over and there was not room to put in a tunnel so the newly formed London ...Read full memory