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...and also for those of us who don't, Ken.
Posted by Ken B
these are terrific pics for those of us who remember those times,thanks again.
Mortis, I'd like to add my thanks for your time and patience in posting them for us to enjoy. Great images!
Thanks for the thanks. It's hard work this, I'm about half way through the collection will post a few more when I get the chance. I've got some shots that are guaranteed to knock you sideways!
Ped I've just stumbled on another shot of the café
Fab pictures, Mortis. Thanks so much
That last pic of the cafe - I remember sitting on that slope next to it. I must have only been aged about 4, and a pupil at St Marie's school (oh my word, that was 40 and a bit years ago) The nuns let us go down there in the summer.
What a trip down Memory Lane - just brilliant.
When you fall down,you wonder what else you can do while you're down there -
Great Truths about Growing Old
Thanks Mortis... THAT is just as I remember it.....
If it was too hot you could sit under the shade of the café to cool off.
Oh yes and the sand there was great.... dry and golden.... best sands of all (now hidden underneath Matalan.)!!!
Exactly how I remember it too. Thanks from me an'all.
Originally Posted by pedoja
again great stuff, is there any pics of the guy who used to dive off a high board into a wet sponge? i think he only had one arm & one leg, his name was powsey or something similar.g'day from oz.
There was someone else, will try to find a pic. Don't think Powsey was the one legged one tho (may be mistaken).
Dose any one remember the sand artist that used to be at the bottom of the bank between the lake, and the café on the slope by Peter pan
Don't think Prof Powsey was armless - he may have been legless after drinking a few but I didn't know him that well. Here's a few more, infact there's a picture of him at the end of my next post - seems like a handy guy to have with you.
Great pics again, I have never heard about the "The Diver", it never ceases to amaze me what used to happen in Southport. The pics of the pier reminded me of watching my uncles fishing of the end. Great memories.
Glad you like.
In light of current events, I thought it appropriate to resurrect this thread just to show what we will miss
Busy at the allotment
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