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Hi, I've just given my bro a quick call. Does your name begin with an R........ he says he remembers. :hihi:

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Hi, I've just given my bro a quick call. Does your name begin with an R........ he says he remembers. :hihi:

 

that could be my uncle ray

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ahh, its your uncle. Roy, my brother said Ray.

 

Small world eh ?!?!?!

 

it is ray:hihi: when i see my uncle i let him know rest of rays brothers are clifford harry jack fred alf it is a small world hope your mum is well and your brother perhaps your mum might remember fred and dolly they parents.

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My mum probably wont, she was Dad's second wife, but my brother's mum, more than likely will.

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My step father ( Ron Chatterton) and myself used to work for Ted Beer on the early 1950s. I used to live on Bethel Street on which the tyre place used to stand. The other corner of the yard was was on Hoyle Street. This yard was an old water holding area in the event of fires during the war.

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I was on Meadow Street last week. Sadly the Meadow pub has just been demolished. Most of Malinda Street is fenced off and waiting to be pulled down as well.

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I was on Meadow Street last week. Sadly the Meadow pub has just been demolished. Most of Malinda Street is fenced off and waiting to be pulled down as well.

Shame, the last remaining 'oldie' on Meadow Street has gone.

 

This picture I took is probably one of the last ones of it...:(

 

CLICKY HERE FOR A FINAL LOOK AT THE MEADOW ST HOTEL...

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Yes the Meadow has been taken from us,the last building on the main side of the street, I got down there the day after they had flattened it, and I was quite sad about it all, they never salvaged anything, the beautiful stained glass window and even the pub sign have been destroyed. They said it took just three hours to destroy the building.three hours to destroy happy memories...I took these pictures,not much to show, it was where people sang and families laughed,that is all.....

 

hope this works....

 

http://cid-0501e8ee7dfb4007.spaces.live.com/

 

 

if it ain't working try pasting into your browser...

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Forgot To Add That It Looks Like Burnt Tree Lane Has Been Erased From Our Lives Too.....

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just came across this forum,i was born on Morpeth St, just round the corner, our neighbours were dougie and Doris Markham,i can remember lots of names ,Whartons,Theakers , Mrs Dutton,Devines,Shorts,Henry Gray who lived on meadow st , The photos that hung in the Meadow where taken by Doris Markhams brother Leslie Rodwell, suprised no ones mentioned Alf Becketts chip shop,the meadow had a few landlords,Totts Brammer was one

of them ,we will never see a community like that again

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Forgot To Add That It Looks Like Burnt Tree Lane Has Been Erased From Our Lives Too.....

Your link works :thumbsup:

 

Yep, that little side street also gone. Even now after only few weeks gone, you can't see where any of it was. :mad:

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