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Bev B Foster

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  1. Had many a lunch time in the Corner Pin, sausage and onion sandwich and a pint, I worked in Firth Brown's tyre mill across the road in the early sixties. I'm not sure about the ghost though how anyone could hear footfall with the steam hammers banging for three shifts a day, perhaps they were the foot falls. The Carwood pub across the road actually back on to the tyre mill. Bev Foster
  2. I remember as a small child the Christy murders and the small shop on Hind House Lane and the owner called Mrs Bartle and the distress it caused her as a shop keeper. I remember the murders were the local gossip for ages. I lived at the top of Lloyd Street near Mrs Bartle's shop and frequented it regularly to by sweets with the ration book in hand.