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Monday, 24 November 2014

Memories archive

Steamer sinks after sub takes on pirates

S52672BB WHEN the commander of the Barrow-built sub L4 was called on to deal with pirates he decided to adopt a muscular approach.

Last updated 20 November 2014
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Tale of villagers who went to war

S52666BB THE story of how Millom villages such as The Hill, The Green, Thwaites and Silecroft coped with the effects of the First World War are explored in a talk on Friday.

Last updated 19 November 2014
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Your photos can turn clock back at mines

S52668BB AN appeal has been made to Memories Page readers to dig out any old pictures which could help turn the clock back at former mine offices in Millom.

Last updated 19 November 2014
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Airman’s heroic last struggle in the skies

S51013BB FEW men died in such a daring First World War struggle as the Barrow airman John James Nicholls.

Last updated 18 November 2014
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Brothers in arms

S52472BB THE outstanding service of three soldier brothers from Barrow has emerged from a group of First World War medals being auctioned.

Last updated 18 November 2014
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Praise off regiment and home village

S51324BB THE war service of a Furness iron ore miner was praised by his home village and the commanding officer of his battalion.

Last updated 18 November 2014
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Help wanted to a name soldier

S51338BB THIS face of a First World War soldier looks out from the hall of a house in Richmond Terrace, Ulverston.

Last updated 18 November 2014
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Bank worker defied illness

S50832BB FORMER Barrow secondary school pupil David Geoffrey Howells defied illness to return to the trenches of the First World War.

Last updated 18 November 2014
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Keeping your washing white was major task

S51602BB FOR decades the quality of whites on washing day was down to a special product from South Cumbria.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Kept in safety for 150 years

S46376BB MANY hundreds of people will have had good cause to be thankful to Barrow’s lifeboat rescue service over the past 150 years.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Buying a small slice of the ancient world

S51213BB MOST spectacular finds from the ancient world are officially declared as treasure and museums are offered the chance to buy them from the lucky finders.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Book of Lakes makes £1,500

S51397BB THE Bloomsbury Auctions sale held on Thursday at Maddox Street, London, had a rare copy of a book by Theodore Henry Fielding which is called Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire Illustrated.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Young and old come out to play

S51392BB WE are stepping back in time to the 1950s and 1960s for this group of Millom pictures which were all taken in good enough weather for being in the greatoutdoors.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Land of imagination turns into a car park

S51187BB MANY older readers will remember their visits to see the movies at the Electric Theatre in Buccleuch Street.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Spoilt for choice in shops of 1974

S51050BB TODAY we are turning the clock back 40 years to have a look at the goods and services you could buy in Ulverston town centre.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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In the footsteps of our war heroes

S51341BB TODAY thousands of Britons will be touring the battlefields of France and Belgium to visit the graves of relatives as we mark the centenary year of the start of the First World War.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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King’s letter to a prisoner of war

S50826BB VERY few First World War veterans recorded their thoughts, or discussed the conflict with others, so it is often unconnected events which reveal someone's military service from long ago.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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The place to try out the latest in fashion

S51193BB ONE of the best known fashion outlets to be found on Dalton Road, Barrow, was that of Woodruff’s.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Slow boat takeaway for chip shop couple

S51393BB A PASSION for boats was a key reason behind the retirement of Ulverston fish and chip shop owners Don and Joyce Butler 25 years ago.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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Finding your way around the countryside by map

A0459900.jpg A LOOK at the region through the study of old maps is offered by a day of talks being hosted by the University of Lancaster on Saturday, November 29.

Last updated 17 November 2014
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