East Lane

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fosney
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Re: East Lane

Postby fosney » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:53 am

Posted by Ian Martin

Hi all

I never went to the market in East Lane, but my Mum did with my Nan, she (my Mum) was over the other day and I was showing her this site and all the photos, she was so interested, then she started out with all her recollections, and before I could say anything, her first was Prince Monolulu!!

We found this soundtrack on youtube, dunno if you've all heard it or not?

Hope it works!!

all the best

Ian

http://youtu.be/OauiVnN1YUU

Nostalgia.....it isn't what it used to be!

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:49 am

Fosney, if you look at my earlier post which is just above it does go some way in explaining maybe why the market was called a different name by certain people. Though this is not proof it is food for thought but I suspect we will never know.

I think the Boxer Tommy Noble was the one that sold White Horse Oils (Embrocation) outside the Church in East Street, which I think was called St Joseph’s or All Saints not sure.
I use to go to Wellington College Youth Club there which was held in a building to the side of the Church, this would have been the early 1950s. There were many activities within the club. It had a few good-sized snooker tables, table tennis tables and in the upstairs gym, a five-a-side football area plus either a 'Brownies,' or 'Girl Guides' group. I mainly went there for Boxing and have been told that the boxing coach at that time was a guy called Mick Healan. I can remember a scary looking guy with a cauliflower ear and a flat nose but he was more like a ‘gentle giant' as far as I can remember. One thing I can remember, was one night while training the coach said to me, hit me as hard as you can, I know I was only about thirteen but I put all my strength into it, hit him on the jaw and he just stood there as though it was a fly landing, he never even blinked It was like punching a brick wall.

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:54 am

East Lane Market  in 1977.jpg
East Lane Market in 1977

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Sun May 28, 2017 8:45 am

EAST STREET.jpg
EAST STREET/EAST LANE.
George 1V c.1980 now been demolished.jpg
George 1V c.1980 now been demolished.

East Street on the corner of Dawes Street, showing the George IV public House. 1939.  X.png
East Street on the corner of Dawes Street, showing the George IV public House. 1939.
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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Wed May 31, 2017 5:23 am

EAST STREET MARKET 1970s. X.jpg
EAST STREET MARKET 1970s.

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Sun Jun 11, 2017 1:18 am

East Lane Market.jpg
East Lane Market.

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Fri Jun 23, 2017 5:11 am

EAST LANE.jpg
EAST LANE, GOOD INTENT PUB ON RIGHT.
GOOD INTENT EAST STREET..jpg
GOOD INTENT PUB, EAST STREET

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:33 am

EAST LANE, THE RISING SUN PUB, CORNER OF ORB STREET..jpg
EAST LANE, THE RISING SUN PUB, CORNER OF ORB STREET.
East Street..jpg
East Street/Orb street, this is where the Rising Sun Pub was, now flats 2017.
The Recreation Ground is still there.

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Thu Nov 16, 2017 2:25 am

EAST LANE 1960S, Wolworth Road End..jpg
EAST LANE 1960s, Walworth Road End?

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Re: East Lane

Postby kiwi » Fri Mar 16, 2018 10:57 pm

Masons Arms, 109 East Street, on the corner of Townley Street..jpg
Masons Arms, 109 East Street, on the corner of Townley Street.
Mason Arms.jpg
Mason Arms, showing East Street/East Lane, anyone got a Broom?
mason arms 2.jpg
Mason Arms (2012) Townley St (left) now a cul-de-sac, use to run from
East St to Morecombe Street, c1900s


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