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Caption for Salisbury, High Street 1919: The same view thirteen years after photograph No 56354, when the motor car and bicycle have replaced the horse and handcart. Note that everyone in the photograph is wearing a hat. Since the earlier photograph the road surface has been improved by 'metalling', and many of the old gas lamps have disappeared.

An extract from Salisbury Photographic Memories.

Memories of Salisbury

I attended Bishop Wordsworth's School between 1964 and 1967 arriving when I was 14. I had previously gone to a very prestigious grammar school in north London which in fact was awful. Discipline was non-existent, bullying rife and the standard of teaching, with few exceptions, abysmal. BWS was much, (...Read full memory)

Have seen this view many times in my younger days back in the late 1920s and early 30s, just after crossing the footbridge over the river, when on my way to see my dear old gran at Harnham. I can still remember the smell of the old mill.

My place of work. I have done a lot of work on collecting archive photos and making electronic copies of some of the many fascinating letters and articles written by the old girls 1880's to present.

My great great grandfather, Walter Churchill, worked at the Brewery for years looking after the dray horses. I do not know whether he actually went out with the horses to deliver the beer. He lived at 45 Gigant Street in Salisbury. He worked in horseracing at Marlborough when he was 13 years old. He was born in (...Read full memory)

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