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This photo appeared on Tuesday 6th December in the Express & Stars MEMORY LANE – by Toby Neal. Obviously like the many young employees at the Star these days who haven’t the time to spend researching the history of these photo’s, Toby hadn’t realised the significance of this scene the caption reads: ‘Uh-oh, there’s trouble – people are milling around in the street with just a lone policeman with his bicycle in view, attempting to restore calm.’
The picture dates from around the mid to late 1960′s, because Victoria Wines has a sign outside celebrating its 1865-1965 centenary.
Trouble I’ll say there was!
Mike Collins & Ernie Passmore being presented with the Queens’ Commendation for Bravery by the Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire, Col. Wallace-Copeland at Penn Hall on 18 January 1961
A Farina Austin Westminster outside Aldersley Road Sub-Office with Mike Collins. Taken around 1962
Thanks to Mike Collins for supplying the photographs above!
A somewhat grainy photograph, but one can still ID Ces Evans, before he was T boned on Linthouse Lane, ending his motorcycling days. And yes those machines had kick starts!