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FROM THE VIDEO ARCHIVE: SALFORD IN THE SIXTIES - BROAD STREET TO THE HEIGHT
We continue Tony's jaunt back in time to the Sixties with a trip along Broad Street heading up to Irlam o Th Height

History With Flynn

 

Starting at the junction of Chapel and Broad Street the video moves along looking at the wealth of shops which used to adorn this busy shopping area. A place where you could get your shoes fixed at Timpson's, pick up some Tripe from the local United Cattle Products Tripe shop.

This video was first shown on SalfordOnline, it is lovingly reproduced here with the blessing of Tony 'Any Old Tripe' Flynn.


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