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Hi BazzM I worked at Tubes Ltd Rocky Lane as an apprentice 1955-1960, I have not been able to find the photos you posted and I would love to see any photos that you have
I am 2nd from right, presentation to Mr Jackson
My father Victor Philip Quincey was in the Royal Navy 1941-46 along with Atlantic convoys and Pacific duties he served a short time at the White House Washington. The photos show him on duty with his friend Harry Glover also from Birmingham and his White House Pass, which I still have. My father...
My Grandfather John Thomas Quincey from Birmingham joined the Coldstream Guards in 1908 discharged due to injuries in 1918. The photo Shows him front row far right, recuperating after being shot in France. I would be pleased if anyone knows where the hospital was
Re: Aston and lozells pic reposted...
My family worked at the BSA Armoury Rd, from 1860 to 1978 I worked at Tubes Ltd Rocky Lane 1955 to 1960 thank you for the memories as I left Birmingham in 1962. Victor