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John Taylor St

Updated December 21, 2016 9:03 PM
I don’t remember a lot, but I can tell you about our house in John Taylor Street.
The house had no electricity because it was due to be knocked down anyway which is why we could afford to live there. It had gas lighting - the mantles cost 2d and if I was sent for one then I had to be extra careful because breaking it meant we would have no light since we could not afford to pay for another if I cracked the new one.
The houses were all back to back terraces with a back yard and an outside loo – probably the scariest place in the universe to a 5 year old.
As you know, we didn’t stay long but it made an impression on me that has lasted until today.
David Hendry Class of 1965

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