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  • Ken - Saturday 8 February 2014 15:24
    I recall this,and the atlas cinema,kid in our school alan Johnson lived in Beaconsfoeld road
  • Peter Miller - Friday 31 January 2014 13:56
    Not EVERY lesson, surely?
  • hris arnacle - Tuesday 24 December 2013 00:53
    I had a tricycle and rode through that tunnel from my nan's in Gladstone road in the late fifties. Memories!!!
  • Bill Seddon - Friday 20 December 2013 15:10
    This shot is taken at the rear with car park. Famous watering hole prior to going to the local dance OPB. First Windsor Castle pub on same site was completely destroyed during bombing of area by enemy planes during W.W.2. Rebult 1950s and was a very nice pub. With a bar and parlour. Plus 2 other lounges other side and front of building. Has gone into decline now but soon to be given a new lease of life.
  • Tony Vauxhall. - Thursday 15 August 2013 19:36
    Shop in the distance on next corner was "The Nutshell" (greengrocers)
  • Bill Seddon. - Thursday 15 August 2013 19:33
    The old Rice House,next door to the Walton on the hill Town hall.Long gone.Had to make way for the Queens Drive Flyover! Also at the other side of Pub in breeze hill was "Croppers Garage" still there.Does anyone remember the The Brown Cow which was oposite the Rice House.Also long gone,this side road took you round to Smithy Lane just by Queens Drive baths.
  • Stephen Wolstenholme - Tuesday 16 July 2013 22:03
    To the left of Caunce is Boot (English) and to the right is Atherton. Also visible is Chalky (French) to the left of Cashin. To the left of the organist and friend of Ethel is the metalwork teacher.
  • scott mckenna - Thursday 13 June 2013 12:34
    omg i remember buses like that oh dear am getting old now arent i
  • Glyn - Tuesday 8 January 2013 10:54
    It's a shame no one saved Fred Flintstone
  • Jamie - Tuesday 2 October 2012 22:11
    The "deathball" arena. I remember a game when the whole school was involved in one game...and one poor lad copped for it. I'll never forget that look on his face!