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FROM THE VIDEO ARCHIVES: SALFORD IN THE SIXTIES - WINDSOR BRIDGE TO BROAD ST
Tony takes us on a trip from Windsor Bridge To Broad Street in the 1960s

History With Flynn

 

Continuing on his trek back to the 60's, intrepid historical time traveler, Tony Flynn, takes us from Windsor Bridge to Broad Street, this time with the magic of technicolor courtesy of the Lamb Family. Travel back to a time when traffic was relatively light and Salford's tower blocks were newly built.

This video originally appeared on SalfordOnline, it is reproduced here with the blessing of Tony 'Darkened by Salford Smog' Flynn.

With many thanks to the Lamb family for the footage.


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