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Tableware (Coasters & Placemats) and Wallpaper.

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Caption for Peterborough, Long Causeway 1904: Trams are no longer an attraction in Peterborough, although world-wide there has been a revival, so who knows? But we will certainly never see street life like this again. Looking at Car No 3 arriving at the Long Causeway Terminus, we can see the entrance to Narrow Street directly ahead. Among the shops are Paten & Co, offering 'Spirits direct from Bond', and Cash & Co are on hand to sell the footwear. There is a lot more tiny detail here, depicting an age of much more manual effort.

An extract from Peterborough Photographic Memories.

Memories of Peterborough

On reading the book 'PETERBOROUGH A Miscellany' a couple of items are incorrect by my own knowledge and experience. Page 4 : 'Dockey' was a word almost exclusive to fen farmworkers, it was the break taken at 1000 to 1030 hrs, it generally consisted of a 'thumb bit' this was a chunk of bread with a (...Read full memory)

I was brought up in Peterborough went John Mansfield school from 1962 till 1966

Hi if you remember me please get in touch I lived next door to you once I,m Beryl Clark Email address is freddy1212@virginmedia.com

I remember spending many days in Stanley recreation ground in the 1960's. Brook St College (next to the rec) is soon celebrating its 70th anniversary and we are looking for memories of college days from old students. Can anyone help please? Frances Louis - an old Peterborian.

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