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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Everton School
« Last post by Peaser on Today at 01:56:46 AM »
Geordie T....There was a Hugh Stockman in my class at Wheatfield. You'll find some old Wheatfield photos on the Forum...but probably under Wheatfield heading. Hugh Stockman was mostly known as Q, as were most blokes called Hugh in Belfast... Queueie.
Hello Burnsy,

Nice to see you.

Belfast Chat / Re: The " POOR" Street People, FLY IN from Europe !!!..
« Last post by Burnsy on Today at 01:19:30 AM »
return them to the country they came from         SCUM        >:D

 ??? Christian my hoop
My daddy worked for John Harkness. Many a time we got a lift back to school at lunchtime on the cart. A neighbour loved it when he came home, out she came with her bucket and shovel. Needed the manure for her house plants.

great for my ma,s Geraniums.
Fred g, cobblestones and square sets were completely different in my mind. Cobblestones were round in section and square sets, were well, rectangular in section. I think ?   :)

Thats the way I remember them as well.  The incline was one or the other,but it was nasty for the horses.
Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by Jimmy Patterson on Yesterday at 10:47:46 PM »
See peter you are hard to forget not like
Belfast History and Memories / Re: Patricia McKeen - Shore Road, Belfast
« Last post by merylh on Yesterday at 10:36:55 PM »
Have sent you a PM Clare
Belfast History and Memories / Re: Deliveries by horse and cart in Belfast.
« Last post by HarryHippo on Yesterday at 10:20:07 PM »
I remember my parents being delivered back to the house by horse and cart ... after the pub closed   when we heard the screech of the wagon wheels ..we all shouted ' Mummy and daddys home ' it was really exciting .. but not much fun when we had to go out in the freezing cold and carry them both into the house, lay them in front of the fire before they caught their death. changed times now    eh ?   ;)
Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by Convill on Yesterday at 09:52:12 PM »
Olive is good. She lives in High Wycombe and is a Portsmouth FC supporter....she goes to lots of matches. She was asking about you.
Old Belfast Photos / Re: 1959 Hopeton Street boys
« Last post by annelovelife on Yesterday at 09:39:46 PM »
Anyone remember Tom Haddock from 36, Hopeton Street ?
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