Dunton Road

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fosney
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Re: Dunton Road

Postby fosney » Thu Mar 09, 2017 11:20 am

Posted by Rollsey

Fosney, I remember the coffe stall, it was run by Wal, some called him Wally. He used to park the stall round in Earls Cotts and in 1952 I used to help him push it to the corner of Dunton/Rolls Rd at 4.15 everynight. It was later when I got detention...
He used to give me 3d a night. I did it mon/tues/wed and then I had enough for the New Cross speedway on weds.
Thur and fri money was saved for the following weeks program. ninepence to get in and and sixpence prog.Old Wal lived over in Nile Terrace.
You mentioned the bomb site in Dunton, old bakerypolice station, we always called it The Dirt Hills. Up to the top with a piece of anderson shelter and then about six kids would get on and slide down. Good days.
At Georges, he sold all Telfers stuff, pies, savs, sausage rills and faggots. the pease pudding he did himself. Keep bringing back the memories. /Sorry about the football result .

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Re: Dunton Road

Postby kiwi » Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:21 am

Greyhound Place, Dunton Road..jpg
Greyhound Place, 89-92 Dunton Road

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Re: Dunton Road

Postby kiwi » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:36 am

THE CLAREMONT ARMS, DUNTON ROAD BERMONDSEY.jpg
Claremont Arms, 32 Dunton Road, formally Upper Grange Road. Bermondsey
Closed in 2012, demolished and replaced with flats.

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Re: Dunton Road

Postby kiwi » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:39 am

DUNTON ROAD..jpg
I remember it well, 1950s on that is.
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