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Waiting For The Bus Home - a Memory of Worsley.

I attended the old St. Marks School and use to come down the school steps, cross over and wait very close to the gatehouse for the No.9 bus to take me home, well at least to the top of Lumber Lane where I alighted and crossed over to walk down the lane home.

A memory shared by Lynette Foster on Feb 28th, 2016. Send Lynette Foster a message

 Comments & Feedback

Thu Sep 8th 2016, at 9:24 pm
Lynette Foster commented:
Forgot to mention that I can be contacted on Facebook under "Lynette Foster".
Thu Sep 8th 2016, at 9:23 pm
Lynette Foster commented:
Hello Alan, yes it must have been in the middle to late 50's that we use to wait for our respective buses. Nice to hear from you. Hope all is well.
Wed Sep 7th 2016, at 10:06 am
alanvmidgley commented:
Me too. I caught the trolley bus to Lambton Road where we lived. I'm no good with exact dates but must have started there in about 1951ish

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