barnsley street13 Comments
Photo: Allan Hughes
Item #: 17474
I have a brother lives on Barnsley St... it doesn't look like that now... bumper to bumper cars down both sides of the road......
Are those climbing roses I see on the front of the houses on the right... they would be the old fashioned roses, it would have smelled heavenly when they were all in bloom....
Yes, the vehicles in Barnsley St are packed in like sardines in a tin.
An old fashioned climbing pink/white rose with beautiful perfume is Madame Alfred Carriere, ideal for planting near an entrance door.
I was Born at 62 Barnsley Street.
Myself and my 2 older brothers were all born at 79 back in the early 60's my grandparents Frank and Kathleen Boulton also lived at 79. Her parents also lived in the same street but on the other side of the road. their name was Meadows.. We moved to Hodges street in about 1968 and my mum Joan is still there!
I grew up at 22 Barnsley St from 1943 to 1958,all the Mates lived there.
John Gaskell-David Latham-Marion Harris- Rosemary Harris-Alan Hill-David Hill-Margaret Barker-Susan Duckworth-Janet Duckworth-Alan Powell-Wayne Lupton-Frank Nalor-Maurice Cunliffe-Ralph Ainsco-Enid Walsh-David Walsh-John Oakden.
Yes my dad David and my uncle Alan lived in this street
I lived at number 13, remeber all the folks mentioned by Derek, you went to Australia if I remeber correctly. I am in Canada, living on a sailboat near Toronto. Happy days.
I lived at 46 Barnsley st until 1974 good neighbours may good memories of child hood Dave Willie Wilson The Stones family, Fairhurst, Bear, Williams , Clarke ,Hutchins
I lived next door to Alan Powell at no.19, my grandparents house William and Annie Rigby.
I lived at 99 Barnsley street 1935 to 1957
I lived at 9 Barnsley Street between 1948 and 1956. My surname at the time was TOLSON and my father is the police officer photographed doing point duty pictured in another area on this site.
I live at number 15 and I wish it was this now you cant move for cars the street is awful
Hello Ann, you were in my class at the Blue Coat School. Hope you are well and happy.