(Life in the 1960's).



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Above - The Merry England Pub, Great Harwood - birthplace of so many 'Bands/Groups' back in the '60's. (Although now demolished, the memories of those wonderful times still remain).

                         Not quite so 'Merry' England.


Photo c/o Vaughan 'The Viking' Whitaker.

I would also like to present these (Three) photographs below,  Vaughan 'The Viking' Whitaker and thank him for the time and effort he has contributed on my behalf.
My many thanks also go out to so many who have helped me create 'My book' and especially John 'Snuffy' Morton for his endless interest and research, my wife Pat goes without saying, her patience is paramount x - thank you all.


    - Left to Right -
1. Vaughan 'The Viking' Whitaker.
2. John 'Snuffy' Morton.
3. My wife Patricia.

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Below -Trains in the 1960's - leaving Great Harwood to Preston & Blackpool.

 A 'Black Five' engine picking up holiday makers in      Great Harwood.


                      English Money of the 1960's.

1. A Five Pound Note. (Fiver).                           
2. A One Pound Note. (A Quid Note).            
3. A Ten Shilling Note. (Ten Bob Note).



​1. Half a Crown. (Two and Six).
2. Two shillings. (Two Bob).
3. A Shilling. (A Bob).
4. A Sixpence. (A Tanner).
5. A Threppenny Bit. (Thruppence).
6. A Penny.
7. A Halfpenny. (Hape-ney).
8. A Farthing. 

Some - Cigarettes of the 1960's.

I got through most of these! Incuding 'Twist'

Chewing Tobacco.



Some 1960's -  'Real Beer' at that time.



Homeward Bound!

All Photos c/o Flicka & Copyright Free




  The 'Old' Clayton street Chippy



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