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Kendal Lane no. 29

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Kendal Lane no. 29
4th November 1969 Image shows a shop promoting Taddy Ales, Players and Capstan cigarettes and Wall's icecream. On the far left is Kendal Square. Also visible are the rear entrances to through terraced houses numbers 20 and 22 Victoria Terrace.

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patricia gilfeather

this shop was known to the children as tommys. me and my sister use to have a paper round. jimmy saville lived just around the corner,and use to chat to us kids sat on the wall.

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alec peel

we used to live in Belle Vue Terrace.our house also had a rear entrance into Kendal Square,We lived in this house from the late 40s to 1962,the shop in the picture used to be owned by the Stanways,Jimmy Savilles mother lived in Consort Terace,which was a couple of streets away.i noticed the photo taken 4th Nov when we were kids we used to have the bonfire in the square




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