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- Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:22 pm
- Forum: General Postings
- Topic: DO YOU REMEMBER THESE?
- Replies: 22
- Views: 4291
I remember the milk at webb street, I was once a milk monitor.
In the summer months, the smell of warm milk was a bit overpowering.
What about Nitty Nora the bug explorer, she had a steel comb dipped in some solution to kill the bugs? then dragged it through your hair.
timothy-1852.jpg elizabeth-tobin.jpg 1923. Timothy Lyons dies 10/12/1923 at 3 Marcia Road , aged 71, a Tea Warehouseman. Cause of Death: 1, Bronchitis. 2, Cerebral Hoemorhage. Informant on the death certificate was H. Blackmore (the now married daughter Helen) of 47 Darville Road, Stoke Newington. ...
f4826af9e4879cc5704b1c5c3beddd7bd3bfbdab_r.jpg Untitled.jpg Bacon’s School was the oldest school in Bermondsey. Founded in 1703 or 1718 with money left by Josiah Bacon, it used to be in Grange Road, where Southwark Institute of Adult Education now stands, but then moved to Pages Walk and Delafor...
92a26e19718ccce4789b4c5cf48eaff1e079b02d_r.jpg Georges Chip Shop (hole in the wall) A part of Bermondsey History that was well known by the local drinkers After the Pubs turned out there was nothing better than some Peas Pudding, Savaloys and chips. But does anyone remember when it first opened ...
- Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:39 pm
- Forum: Bermondsey People
- Topic: Put a Name to a Face - People you may know
- Replies: 32
- Views: 6470
Hi Patricia I am trying to recall the families that lived in our block of Harold Estate, but my memory is not that good, well it was 50 odd years ago? I thought there was a Woods family that lived on the ground floor, I think there was a Derek Wood? I will chat with my Sister and Brother who are a l...
- Sun Dec 10, 2017 6:35 pm
- Forum: Message from Bermondseyboy
- Topic: Target reached - Thanks
- Replies: 0
- Views: 939
thank-you-2490552_960_720.png Our Target has been reached for this year. Many thanks to all those that sent donations, this certainly took the pressure off in setting the site up and launching it. I hope you are all enjoying the site, i know Kiwi is :lol: Lets help him out by posting a few memories...
- Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:42 pm
- Forum: Transport
- Topic: Old Kent Road & Hatcham Railway Station
- Replies: 4
- Views: 743
Hi Brian This was taken from wikipedia. Old Kent Road was a railway station on the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway line in south London which took its name from the Old Kent Road on which it was located. The station opened on 13 August 1866 on a viaduct and bridge crossing the road at...