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The tram is going is going into town, on the right of the tram is were my gran had a shop, i worked at lawtons in doris rd and would at dinner break get chips and gran would get the stew we share a feast fit for a king . That was in the early 40s.good days & NOISY NIGHTS.
I worked at Houses the bakery in muntz st that would be in the early 40s, i also did some nights at Wimbushes in the 50s,i also made use of the baths at green lane in the 40s,we also went to the swimming there, happy days.
Re: Back to The Blitz: The startling images that merge WWII bombings with modern imag
Can anyone tell me what was the total weight of bombs to fall on b,ham in ww2 blitz compared with other citys ? phil carr. i was there.