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Did We Miss This? 50Th Anniversary

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dunsbyowl1867

I'm just too young to remember!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/sheffield/hi/people_and_places/history/newsid_9075000/9075086.stm

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RichardB

I'm just too young to remember!

http://news.bbc.co.u...000/9075086.stm

We've certainly had The Star Souvenier supplement fella on here some where. I've got (or had) a copy ...

I'm too young (and beautiful) to remember the event also Dunsby ...

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johnm

I remember watching the last tram (covered in lights) go along Page Hall towards the City. There were quite a lot of people watching despite the weather. I was 16 years old. As a child I loved sitting in the upstairs front bay on the trams. My wife's dad spent some time after the war as a tram driver.

Happy days!!!

John

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SteveHB

We've certainly had The Star Souvenier supplement fella on here some where. I've got (or had) a copy ...

I'm too young (and beautiful) to remember the event also Dunsby ...

Link to .. The Star Souvenier supplement, in Last Tram Week - Decoration

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dunsbyowl1867

I remember watching the last tram (covered in lights) go along Page Hall towards the City. There were quite a lot of people watching despite the weather. I was 16 years old. As a child I loved sitting in the upstairs front bay on the trams. My wife's dad spent some time after the war as a tram driver.

Happy days!!!

John

Have you got a bent penny John?

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