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Victoria Street and Green Lane
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Does anyone remember this poor bloke who used to stand at the bus stop and dance non stop for hours on end right by the junction of Victoria Street , Grange Road and Muntz StreetBild entfernt (keine Rechte)
A couple you may not have seen today Volty both of Victoria Street first John Blundell , the old Green Lane Picture House where he danced at the bus stop and a view of Victoria Street from North Warwick Street looking towards Green LaneBild entfernt (keine Rechte)Bild entfernt (keine Rechte)
Blundells were a firm that sold all sorts on the drip I think there was another warehouse by or in Blake Lane and one on Bristol Street , it was pay weekly or Provident cheques , I think most people had to live that way in those days SB
Quote: berniew wrote in post #8Blundells were a firm that sold all sorts on the drip I think there was another warehouse by or in Blake Lane and one on Bristol Street , it was pay weekly or Provident cheques , I think most people had to live that way in those days SB
crikey how well i remember our mom using blundells when we were kids..case of having to with 6 of us especially at christmas time...pretty sure i recall going with our mom to a blundells place on the soho road.
It was just called the Green Lane SB though I read somewhere it was called the New Green Lane after a refurb in the 30s but reverted back later . Blundells must have been city wide then Lyn I can remember three of their warehouses but there were probably a lot more , I think most folk used them or something similar back then , not much cash about