Luton, Market Hill c.1950

Memories of Luton, Market Hill c1950

My father was a member of the Conservative Club pictured here, and I fondly remember going down to the club to have a bag of crisps and an orange juice while waiting for him to finish meetings inside. I used to sit in the hallway (you can see the entrance to it as the arch) and remember there was a beautiful (...Read full memory)

The Rad Lion Hotel shown on left and this part of the Hill faced on to the Old Corn Exchange site. On the right of picture in the unseen corner was one of the Fur traders in Luton.

I remember a slaughterhouse entrance tucked in the corner where the cattle entered. One escaped one day, charged up Chapel Street in a rage.

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