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South Park, Allingham Road. 1913 F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
Comment 1

Bob Post from Round Rock, Texas. posted this comment on Friday 16 December 2011 07:34:00.

Allingham Road hasn't changed too much except for cars parked in peoples front gardens! The Post Office still stands but is closed. My vivid memories are of the Co-op (SSCS)I was always fascinated by the overhead wires which transported change to and from the cashier sitting in a wee booth in the far left corner of the shop.

I went to infant's school at the top of Allingham Road (St Lukes) they had no facilities for school dinners so we were marched down to the church hall (next to PO), each day for dinner.

Would anyone have pictures of Lucas's garage (opposite P.O.) They were (Are?) a South Park family, I went to school with Peter Lucas.


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Gary Bishop from Freshwater posted this comment on Sunday 26 July 2015 12:16:00.

I started working at South Park Motors in 1975 under Mr Lucas and Mr Harlow and knew Peter also. I believe that prior to it becoming a garage it was a forge/wheelwrights does anyone have any knowledge of this.



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