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Caption for Andover, Wesleyan Chapel 1904: The Methodist Sunday School's gable and simple rose window, built with the Church in 1824 in what was then Brick Kiln Street, were removed when the Salvation Army acquired the building in 1906 as their Citadel. Only the distant building with roof dormers, the Citadel, the house and the Lamb Inn on the right now remain. The Mason's Arms, two doors beyond the Lamb, was demolished with all the rest in the 1970s.

An extract from Andover Photographic Memories.

Memories of Andover

I remember arriving at Andover railway station in 1950 and asking how I could get to RAF Amport where I was to spend the next 18 months or so doing my National Service. Eventually an old pre-war coach turned up and we chugged our way through country lanes ocassionly stopping to drop off elderly ladies and waiting while (...Read full memory)

I well remember the open air swimming pool where we used to go for swimming lessons from Norman Gate primary school as well as the open air pool at the Grammar School featured in one of your photos. However my first experience of swimming was in the River Anton. Where the river comes under the railway line, it comes (...Read full memory)

This building, now a museum was in the 1940s the home of a famous old Andover gentleman Mr A C Bennett. He wrote a book about Andover St Mary's Church and played the organ in the church. He was also my piano teacher at 2 shillings a lesson(10p) and I don't think anyone tried his great patience more than I (...Read full memory)

I lived with my father, an officer in the Air Force, and my mother and brother in a good solid house on the Air Force base in Andover. I went to Portway Primary School by the airforce school bus and would be allowed threepence worth of sweets from the Linga Longa sweet shop around the corner from the school. I remember my (...Read full memory)

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