A Nostalgic Journey in & around the Original Village of ...
Latest Upload: Friday, 16th March 2018
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1. PHOTO GALLERY
1.1 Washington Grammar U13s on The Comrades with a Cup. Featuring the smiling 'Doc' Telford and Howard Kendall.
1.2 Letter from a Cumberland farmer praising Washington Scouts, camping at Brougham Mill, for rescuing a sheep.
1.3 A blurry view of Chartershaugh Headgear which, nevertheless, should bring back memories for our Fatfield visitors.
1.4 Local Lodge Banner shrouded in Commemorative Black Drape, signifying a recent fatality at the colliery.
1.5 Washington Station Rd, close to Washington Glebe School, with a glimpse of the road that led to the Carlton Cinema.
2. ARTICLES, SELECTIONS, MAPS ETC.
2.1 Added to Sir John Lambton's Statue: the story of his battle with the Lambton Worm, plus the Folk Song Lyrics.
2.2 Stereo Viewer containing a very old image of Victoria Bridge & Low Lambton Staith. Thanks to Keith Cockerill.
2.3 Added to 'Then & Now' Collection. Do you recognise this road junction? Now it's controlled by traffic lights.
3. OTHER STUFF
'What's Where' & 'How To Get There'
( Click one of these great pictures. )
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"Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it."
Lucy Maud Montgomery