Monthly Archives: March 2014

Memories of a Plymouth evacuee.

With time on my hands, I have been trying to trace people who were part of my youth – over 70 years ago! Knowing only her maiden name, and not having seen or heard of her since the end of … Continue reading

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One hundred years ago – April 1914.

This month we are looking at the changes that are coming to transportation. An April edition of the newspaper contained a report from the Magistrates Court of a man who was charged with “using a broken down horse” and subjecting … Continue reading

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