Gisburn, General View c.1950

Memories of Gisburn, General View c1950


Does anybody reading this remember Tom Varley's steam museum/bonfire nights in the big brick barn with the music from the engines and parch peas, hotpots and bonfire on top of the hill. Or the little pool in the first static field in the bottom left corner. Or the outside toilet blocks with the handringer (...Read full memory)

I have a photo of myself stood on the Commercial par park. I now live on that same car park known now as Travellers Court. Back then Gisburn had 4 public houses, a Natwest Bank, a butchers, a pottery shop, Rose Ally, a post office/grocery shop and car boot sales on the Auction. Quite a busy village then.

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