2 edition of Memories of Saltley. found in the catalog.
Memories of Saltley.
Workers Educational Association. Saltley Branch.
Steam Memories s and s Westeren Region No Engine Sheds and Their Motive Power, Including; Bristol, Stafford Rd., Oswestry, Loeminster & More by D.H. Beecroft 1 edition. Memories of a Synchronistic Gap Year. In March scientists reported that it was possible to translate thoughts into words and sentences, in real time. Or more correctly, to .
I am a retired driver ex Saltley, and as was Mike Green (see notes in image 'mrsalt80'), a fireman in the s and remained at Saltley until early retirement in The buildings in the photograph 'mrsalt80', are soon to be demolished, completely eradicating the whole of that which stood before. Locomotive work centred upon Saltley motive power depot, Birmingham, £ BBA. Johnson, P.G. THROUGH THE LINKS AT CREWE Top Link Footplate Memories [Vol 1] BB,  pp. Reminiscences of a fireman in s/50s. £ BBB. Johnson, P.G. THROUGH THE LINKS AT CREWE More Top Link Footplate Memories Vol 2 BB,  pp.
Every time I read the description of your childhood memories, the blandness of my hometown of Compton, CA, comes to my mind. And the richness of your memory reminds me of . Books Music Art & design TV & radio Arthur Scargill joins Battle of Saltley Gate 40th anniversary celebration Memories and resentment of the social and economic damage of the s remain.
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Little did I know when I introduced myself as a descendant of Thomas Smith (through his son William), that I'd meet John H. John H has been very generous with his time in sharing his memories of working at the firm plus sending me, a booklet "The Centenary of Thomas Smith & Sons of Saltley.
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Image: Alum Rock Road, Saltley, Taken by Nick Hedges. David Parker and Christian Karner, University of Nottingham. The photograph that heads this article dates from early and depicts a very different Saltley Memories of Saltley.
book today’s largely, but not exclusively, Muslim local population. On the fortieth anniversary of the Battle of Saltley Gate Norman Goodwin then a shop steward at GKN Salisbury Transmissions plant in Witton recounts his memories of the day when Birmingham engineering workers struck in solidarity with the miners against the Tory government ON 10 February I started out for work.
But I would do no work on this day. Saltley Depot From the s to Closure The very first depot at Saltley was opened by the Midland Railway in Due to the fast-growing levels of traffic, the depot was to prove inadequate, and it was relocated near to Lawley Street, where it remained until closure.
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I have several memories of Saltley,having been there from to From Kettles to the place of plus drivers,now a place of Portakabins and a few dozen change,memories doubt in thirty years time,the drivers of today will have their own colourful memories.
Now a the ex-NUM president said he had vivid memories of his role in the Battle of Saltley Gate, which saw at le Birmingham engineers walk out in support of a.
I have several memories of Saltley,having been there from to From Kettles to the place of plus drivers,now a place of Portakabins and a few dozen change,memories doubt in thirty years time,the drivers of today will have their own colourful memories. 2 Sep at #14 curly A Group for those who use to attend or teach at Holy Rosary RC Secondary School, Parkfield Rd, Saltley Birmingham - The secondary school closed its doors in after 49 years.
(The. Battle of Saltley Gate activists reunited for theatre group's re-enactment. A ONE-OFF reunion of trade union veterans from 40 years ago is set to revive memories of the historic Battle of Saltley.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: New ed. - Previous ed. published as: Firing day's at Saltley. Truro: Barton, - More firing day's. My rather tatty Ian Allan Birmingham City Bus refs for andactually the one was not mine, it came in a heap of books I was given.
Dunno what happened to Views: 2K. Flamborough Close, With my parents (Reg and 'Bunny'), who were married at the village church inI moved i Hazelhurst Rd in My maternal grandparents, Fred and Elizabeth Hopkins lived at 19 Flamborough Close for many years (Fred died there in ), and my maternal aunt and uncle, Sonia and Ron Akehurst, at (I think) Number 31 or The Close in those days ended a few.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is a trade union for coal miners in Great Britain, formed in from the Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB). The NUM took part in three national miners' strikes, inand –After the –85 strike and the subsequent closure of most of Britain's coal mines, it became a much smaller union.
Tyneside Electrics Vol 1 British Railway Memories No 75 £ 4. Tyneside Electrics Vol 2 British Railways Memories No 81 £ 5. Draper's Scrapyard Hull Steam Memories No 74 £. Saltley is a Birmingham area shed and this initially discouraged me, as I am not a big fan of the Midlands, but within minutes of opening the book I was hooked by Terry's easy writing style and the excellent, insightful descriptions of his mates in the various links that he works s: A Book on Saltley, Duddeston & Nechells Hi Ger22van There is a book covering these areas and it it published in the Images of England Series compiled by Maria Twist isbn Tempus Publishing and I got my copy from the Birmingham Library.
Birmingham Old Prints, Photographs and Maps 's. 13, likes 1, talking about this. Once known as Cromwell then OC now I use my real name Graham Knight and this is my page on the. This is only one of many Astons across the country, including another close by: Little Aston near Great Barr.
By the 17th century this one was being called Aston juxta (Latin 'near') Birmingham, presumably to distinguish it from other Astons.
This large Warwickshire manor stands on the Birmingham sandstone ridge. The soil here is generally not very fertile, but it is relatively light and was. The new arrangements meant the engine - usually from Saltley - off the pm ex New Street stayed at Malvern Road overnight, running light from Ashchurch at pm, due on shed at pm, after reversing at Cheltenham Lansdown Junction.
On the first day of the winter timetable, Monday 11 September, the loco was Fowler T I have memories of working at Metro-Cammell Saltley. I started my apprentiship as a wood machinist in anyone else have memories of this great place.
I'll sort some photo's out and post them. Wonderful site. Albert Wayne Met from toand kept the books for the club. I. It went on to just below Gosta Green. This track was joined by another route that led to Saltley Bridge over the Rea, which later emerged as Saltley Road and Saltley Viaduct, and further on down, by a pathway which made for Duddeston Mill, hence becoming Duddeston Mill Road.which stirs memories of the past with old photographs and then.