Thurland Road

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kiwi
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Re: Thurland Road

Postby kiwi » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:24 pm

Enjoyed this Paperboy, really made me smile, which can’t be bad any time of the day, keep the humour coming it makes life better. Cheers Kiwi.

kiwi
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Re: Thurland Road

Postby kiwi » Sun Apr 16, 2017 2:45 am

Joy Slide, St James Church, Thurland Rd..jpg
Joy Slide, St James Church, Thurland Rd. Boy didnt we have fun on this?

kiwi
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Re: Thurland Road

Postby kiwi » Wed May 10, 2017 4:24 am

St James Churchyard c1931.jpg
St James Churchyard c 1931
St James Churchyard Tulip beds 1931.jpg
St James Churchyard Tulip beds 1931
St James Church from the Bermondsey Spa development 2016..jpg
St James Church from the Bermondsey Spa development 2016. Really like this picture.
:)

rodebdon
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Re: Thurland Road

Postby rodebdon » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:12 pm

Like many of us l loved that slide there was something special about getting on a coconut mat at the top of the wooden slide with its enclosed top. It was so well designed and made by W J Dixon &Son of Blue Anchor Lane and donated
by Arthur Carr of Peak Frean were so many of my relatives worked.
All this is probably somwere else on this forum but l am a bit out of touch. I also heard that it had been vanderlised and set on fire.
What a great shame, l feel guilty these days of having left Bermondsey and not been around to try and help save so many of our great building and structures.


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