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That tv prog about Page Hall the Khans, i wonder why that lad needs 5 mobiles

better still where did he get them from. Unless he's become a business man.

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That tv prog about Page Hall the Khans, i wonder why that lad needs 5 mobiles

better still where did he get them from. Unless he's become a business man.

 

A good question Brian. I wonder if the local plod read some of these pages- it might enlighten them!

Drugs, girls what else could it be?

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what local Plod ? -surely everyone is aware of this being a no go area, for them as Burngreave is, all tread lightly around this subject, when do the rest of us get a chance

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No I didn't know it was a 'no go area'. I didn't realise things were so bad. I am 250 miles away.

 

Is repatriation a banned word on here?

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used to live on wade street,

 

Loverly on there un 70's used to play In telephone exchange lol

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what local Plod ? -surely everyone is aware of this being a no go area, for them as Burngreave is, all tread lightly around this subject, when do the rest of us get a chance

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Thats news to me Wallace as i go through Burngreave, Gower st,

and Spital hill not had any problems. :huh:

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Thats news to me Wallace as i go through Burngreave, Gower st,

and Spital hill not had any problems. :huh:

 

I agree sometimes I finish work in the earlier hours and call at the big grocers on spital hill for some beers very reasonable prices as well still have fond memories of page hall

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I lived 97, Hinde House Lane from 1944 - 1968 & mum & dad lived there into 1990's. Real shame what its like now.

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https://goo.gl/photos/1FBJAu69Eicm6rev6

 

Hi Peter and All, This is my latest picture of the old Firth Park Library.

 

https://goo.gl/photos/WVmqKWmdXnXsb8yz7

 

Same picture at another angle, it was the library but now a community centre,

the new library is in firth park itself.

Thank you for your pics of FPL my wedding reception was held in the pavillion in 1960.

McGreggors was a milk shake shop in 1953/4. I used to stop sometimes for a shake on my way from Owler Lane Itermediate school.

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Thank you for your pics of FPL my wedding reception was held in the pavillion in 1960.

McGreggors was a milk shake shop in 1953/4. I used to stop sometimes for a shake on my way from Owler Lane Itermediate school.

 

Smashing pics mcgreggors was owned by mr mrs cave and was a sweetshop renowned for penny lollies l john pm iare you champs ny any chance :confused:

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Smashing pics mcgreggors was owned by mr mrs cave and was a sweetshop renowned for penny lollies l john pm iare you champs ny any chance :confused:

 

No mate its not me, although johnpm lived on hhl.

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