Ashington, The Viaduct c.1955

Memories of Ashington


My mother's family lived in the Milburn Road area of Ashington from the 1920s. My mother met my father, a Londoner serving in the Army stationed at Acklington or thereabouts at the end of WW2. They married in Morpeth and subequently moved to London in 1948 where I was born. I have many wonderful memories of annual (...Read full memory)

My nana & grandad lived in Pont St, we used to shop at Walter Wilkins, for best butter, cut in a slab. I live in Australia, but my heart, is still in that corner were I used to walk up to the bait box (fish & chip shop) where Nana used to work. Happy days, happy days.

Can anyone name the shops from this end towards the far end.

Yes i remember crossing the black bridge on the planks with trains crossing. Scary shit! Live in Canada now but remember it like it was yesterday!

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