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    Heaton St Hockley

    This Picture was from an old article that was published in The Bham Evening Mail also captioned as being Heaton St Hockley.
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    Home Guard

    Hi All i am posting this Photo for a friend Margaret Fry it is of her father Victor Fry .It is taken outside the Clifton Picturehouse on the Walsall Rd I think it was taken around 1942/3 Her Dad is in the back row first one on the right side in uniform.
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    Lozells Girls School

    Another Photo has cropped up Lyn belonging to Margaret Fry and with her permission i said i would post it on here. She said it was photo of a school trip to the Lake District from Lozells Secondary girls 1964. Different years were on this trip so not one specific class.
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    Harry lucas school

    Lovely to see a pic of the school . I didnt go there but used to go to Play Centre a couple of nights a week . Not sure if this pic has been on before of the football team which shows Frankie Lambert at the back left next to teacher. Trevor Goody ( my bro in law holding the ball).
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    Clifton Road Aston

    Yes it was a very scary time when we were kids Lyn . The police also did a search of our entry and backyard when we lived in Clifford St
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    Clifton Road Aston

    Not sure if this pic has been on before it was taken from the Bham Mail some time back. Sadly it was of Margaret Reynolds funeral in 1966.
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    Newtown shopping centre

    I can remember there being a Poxons and Walter Smiths.
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    Harry Clark Family History

    I lived at 176 Clifford St Lozells. Our house was situated between Lozells St and Burbury St.
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    Summer Lane Pubs

    Wasnt that the Man O War Astonian ?
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    Summer Lane

    Thanks Mike for the info........ That would would be nice if that were to happen Lyn xx
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    Summer Lane

    Just posting these couple of pics for my friend. She came across this grave at Witton Cemetery today. I thought you might find interesting
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    GPs in Gerrard Street

    Our old Dr was Dr Hamilton in the 50s. It was on Summer Lane . There used to be a family who lived above the Surgery.
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    Wheeler Street

    Fabulous pics Lyn they bring back so many memories. Hubby lived directly opposite Manor Garage #205.
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    Little king st hockley

    Thanks Brian at first i thought of the 69 . I had forgotten about all the Lucas buses. .
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    Little king st hockley

    Some more great pics Lyn......I wonder what number bus that would have been on the last photo? #3
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    Request from Lyndaly re Hockley brook.

    I saw this article also from Kenyon St Police Station..... The Hockley Brook DisasterThe year 1920 was the occasion of the Hockley Brook disaster in Birmingham. This brook, which rises in Warley Woods and flows into the Tame at Bromford, ran through the Hockley area. Hockley at this time was a...
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    Harry lucas school

    Another Great pic Lyn. I used to go to Playcentre there for a couple hours in the evening in the early 60s. Friends Hall was more or less opposite and went to The Band of Hope there also.
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    tidy up please

    Lovely photos.
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    Farm Street Hockley

    I also remember that lady Lyn when i was a child. I am sure my Mom used to call her Dolly. Somewhere opposite St Mathias School.
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    Farm Street Hockley

    Great photos Lyn .The last pic #204 was Farm St Day Nursery my sister worked there late 60s and i did 1970 it later became Gee St Day Nursery. The last but one pic i think you can just see The Birmingham House pub on the left of the pic and a little further along looks like Mrs Atkins shop on...
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