Item #: 26012
Super picture candy, thankyou
Julie Do You come from Top Lock.
Sorry cindy, spelt your name wrong. No Cindy, fraid not.
Oops!! Sorry Cindy , spelt your name wrong. Top lock no .
I remember Marshall's shop as a kid was not open very often. To much competition from Battles/Maggs and Ivy's on the corner of Leeds st
Hi Phil i remember the competition being Parky Boyle.first shop in Withington Lane and Alan Lathom on the corner of Leeds St. Always remember sitting outside of Marshalls on a Thursday waiting for the Brooke Bond van to cadge some tea card.Battles had the chip Shop then
Phil What Years did You live in Top Lock.And would I know You.
Harry Marshall who owned the shop lived in the detached bungalow in Withington Lane the one facing Ash Lane.his brother owned the farm facing the saw mill across the canal
Cindy I was born in Leeds st in 1960 moved to Albion Drive when the old houses got pulled down.I moved to Australia in 1981 and been here ever since.
Jack when I was growing up it was Bessie who who had the chippy Battles was a about 5 doors down from the chippy
Hi Phil Bessie did have the chippy but only after battle's stopped doing chips and turned it into a sweets cigs crisp
and pop shop. your to young to remember the song we use to sing as kids Paddy Battle sell fish threeapunce a dish it went on and on
What about the post office Mary Boyles . Great memories .
There was Mcindles Chippy @47 Liverpool st.Bob Telfords,corner of Leeds st @ a toffee shop at other end corner of Albion st, Knowles fruit shop corner of Coils entry withington Lane,also a shop on canal bank, liverpool st opposite side of road to the Kirkless.
Hi Cindy your definitely in the late fifties everybody knew everybody in toplock then
Got excited when I saw the name " Marshalls". The logo is the same as the amplifier manufacturer!! LOL
Looks like the 60's Cindy by the cut of the hairstyle and clothes on the young lady behind the two little girls!
Anyone used to know my cousin Peggy and her husband Jimmy Marland on Withington Lane?
Neil I remember a Cliff Martland,Dont know any Marlands
Jimmy worked for Wigan Corporation and Peggy had her old mother, my Great Auntie Maggie,living with them .I think it was at No.6, nearer to the New Springs Bridge.I think my Great Auntie Jinny Rutter and her husband Matt lived nearby.