Aylesbury, Walton Street 1901

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Caption for Aylesbury, Walton Street 1901: Further south-east, the old village of Walton suffered greatly in the 1960s. The buildings on the left went to accommodate a dual-carriageway road widening. The church is Holy Trinity by David Brandon, built in the 1840s in flint pebbles and stone, with further Victorian additions in brick and stone. The rather good Georgian houses beyond went in 1927, to be replaced by Holy Trinity's Walton Parish Hall.

An extract from Aylesbury Photographic Memories.

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The days when you could let your children out to play and not worry. We used to sneak up in the hole in the fence to play in the big oak tree that sits above the shelter. It was our camp and was called the Five Oaks. We took food and drink, pinned pictures on the tree it was great We used to spy on Old Mr George Woodford (...Read full memory)

I was born in Buckingham Road in 1962 and lived in the same house (no.225) until I left for North Wales in 1985. I have many happy memories of living there, going to the Primary and Junior schools in Dunsham Lane and playing in the Alfred Rose Park, especially playing the Pitch and Putt golf (...Read full memory)

Looking for any information on a Mary Frances Reed or the Reed family whom we think lived in Aylesbury at the time. Name might have been spelled Reid. This is for genealogical purposes

Pub was the Rockwood, not Rockwell. I worked at Pearks Stores, 56, Kingsbury, from 1958 to 1964. My first manager was Cllr. Eric Bentley, an 8th Army veteran. He moved down to the West Country and opened a hotel. Kingsbury was then the Bus station with buses going to such places as Windsor, Northampton, Bedford etc.

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Caption for Aylesbury, Walton Street 1901: Further south-east, the old village of Walton suffered greatly in the 1960s. The buildings on the left went to accommodate a dual-carriageway road widening. The church is Holy Trinity by David Brandon, built in the 1840s in flint pebbles and stone, with further Victorian additions in brick and stone. The rather good Georgian houses beyond went in 1927, to be replaced by Holy Trinity's Walton Parish Hall.

An extract from Aylesbury Photographic Memories.

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