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Do you remember dancing in those days. NO discos, or the loud music of today please?!!!!!!!!!!!
Who remembers Joe Loss, Victor Sylvester, Edmundo Ross etc etc. Did they ever have "gigs" in Birmingham?
Ladies only - what beautiful dresses did you wear? who did you meet?
How did you and your families celebrate Coronation Day?
Who owned a TV then ?!
Did you watch it on your TV or someone elses?
Were you actually there?
What do you remember?
Any nice pictures?
What momento were you given from school?
The latter question - I was given a tiny weeny leather...
Officially which Canal flowed under the aquaduct (Newton Road) just approaching Great Barr. My sister used to take me for walks along there and sometimes for a s-w-i-m. Anyone else swum in Canals? The things we got up to.
Does anyone recognise themselves, or recognise friends.
What about group pictures during schooldays or whenever.
An example below
Anyone in the webring on this pic? Kingstanding Road Junior Boy' School Football Team
What experiences do you have in the smog.
I remember I couldn't see a walking pace in front of me in the pea souper, and the roadside flares indicating the kerbside for the traffic. Unbelievably yes! there was traffic. Life just seemed to carry on, it was part of the norm.
One person that stands out in my mind was the lady that stood on the corner of Snowhill Station at around 4.30pm every evening shouting "Spatchy Mail" "Spaaatchy Mail".
I can see her now, a fag in her mouth, turban style head gear, raincoat with her newspaper stand and holding bundles of...