Bells Close 1948 59 Denise Drysdale - a Memory of Lemington.

I lived at 23 Swinburn terrace bells close and went to Sugley Parish church. Lemington infants then the big school. I left there when I was 15 and did not make it to Claremont. I was born at Dilston Hall hospital Corbridge we moved to a new estate next to Union Hall beside the dene Linnel Drive we used to stand on the bridge wait for the steam train to come and cover us with steam then we would run like mad to the second bridge and get covered with steam again those bridges are still there I believe. .Went to the cinema in Lemington I remember leaping up and down on the seats when the cavalry were chasing the Indians good stuff eh?


A memory shared by denyg21.denise on Jun 18th, 2016.
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