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FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite and Dave Kewley Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Kyle Delves, Jordan Williams and Lee Hanna Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Otis Holiday Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite, Chris Benson and Carl Waters Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Jake Marston Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Chris Woods Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS

FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: Jake Marston Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS


          FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite and Dave Kewley Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
FOOTBALL -- Furness Cavaliers v Millom // Pictured: (l-r) Drew Postlethwaite and Dave Kewley Saturday 21st January 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS
Mighty Millom fire in five to beat Furness Cavaliers
FURNESS Cavaliers hosted Millom in the West Lancs Second Division and ex-Barrow AFC Player Carl Waters made the difference in a 5-2 win which keeps Millom’s season bouncing along.

CEREMONY The sod-cutting at St Andrew's Youth Centre, Coniston, where the building and land is being used to create local affordable housing

From left, Steve Huddart, chairman of Mitre Housing Association, and bishop of Carlisle, the Rt Reverend James Newcome

St Andrew's Youth Centre

 CEREMONY The sod-cutting at St Andrew's Youth Centre, Coniston, where the building and land is being used to create local affordable housing
CEREMONY The sod-cutting at St Andrew's Youth Centre, Coniston, where the building and land is being used to create local affordable housing
Coniston housing scheme launched after sod-cutting ceremony
A TRADITIONAL sod-cutting ceremony has taken place to mark the launch of a flagship housing scheme which will see much-needed affordable homes built in Coniston.

The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

Sheila Howell at re-launch of Gondola in 1980 SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

'Sydney the sea Serpent,' a feature on The Gondola SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

The brass plaque on Gondola after re-building work at Vickers, Barrow in 1978 SUBMITTED-gondola-jan-19

Feeding the fire on the Victorian steam yacht Gondola which is operated by the National Trust on Coniston Water SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

A view of the Furness Railway crest on the engine of Gondola which made its first public sailing on June 1 in 1860 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

 The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
When sleek Coniston steam yacht was a battered shell
FIFTY years ago the Coniston steam-powered yacht Gondola was in a poor state, grounded at the southern end of the lake and with an uncertain future.

Barrow fire station

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale who died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

A file photo of a firefighter's locker at Barrow Fire Station

 Barrow fire station
Barrow fire station
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow firefighters say 'There has never been a greater risk of dying in a fire'
IN the past five years, firefighter numbers in Cumbria have been cut by 49 while in the same period, fire-related deaths have increased to record levels. AMY FENTON speaks to firefighters on the front line and examines the links between the two

Campaigners, pictured taking part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route, are furious that grant money they could have used has been sent back to the government.

LEANNE BOLGER

Walkers from the Rampside area took part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route.

LEANNE BOLGER

Barbara Harris, founder member of the Friends of the X112, at her home with art work 'Tobago Seascape' donated by artist Lucy Cavendish, Rampside, for an art auction last year in aid of the service.

LEANNE BOLGER

BUS SERVICE FUNDRAISER --- Art auction to raise funds for the X112 bus service which runs from Barrow to Coniston. // Robert Wheatley acting as auctioneer, and Barbara Harris who organised the event. Pictured with 'Highland Cow' by Jo McGrath. Saturday 17th September 2016. HARRY ATKINSON

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 Campaigners, pictured taking part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route, are furious that grant money they could have used has been sent back to the government. LEANNE BOLGER
Campaigners, pictured taking part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the x112 bus route, are furious that grant money they could have used has been sent back to the government. LEANNE BOLGER
Friends of the X112 horrified after vital funds are sent back to the government by Cumbria County Council
CAMPAIGNERS who have been fighting to save a bus service have been left "livid" and "disgusted" after vital community funds were sent back to the government.

Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Strong Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "India Pale Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Mild Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A beer bottle label for "Oatmeal Ale" from Hartley's, of Ulverston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A painting by Claude Muncaster called Near Oxen Park in the Lake District SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

A painting by William Waddington called Cornfield near Coniston SUBMITTED auction-jan-14

 Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14
Cumbrian suffragette groups hoist their banners at a protest event SUBMITTED auction-jan-14
Cumbrian suffragettes raise banners at protest event
A RARE postcard showing many of the Cumbrian groups campaigning to get votes for women will feature in a Berkshire auction next week.

Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.

Amy Stretch-Parker, from Ulverston

 Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.
Cumbrian Songs and Stories is a variety show by storyteller Steve Wharton.
Furness tales feature in Cumbrian variety show
THE county's legendary tales are played out on stage in Barrow next month, as musician and storyteller Steve Wharton brings his Cumbrian Songs and Stories show to The Forum.

COME HOME Tony Scrogham is backing a proposal by fellow football servants Dave Staunton and Allan Wilson for a revamped Furness Premier League

 COME HOME Tony Scrogham is backing a proposal by fellow football servants Dave Staunton and Allan Wilson for a revamped Furness Premier League
COME HOME Tony Scrogham is backing a proposal by fellow football servants Dave Staunton and Allan Wilson for a revamped Furness Premier League
Football servant backs call for shake-up of local leagues
FORMER player and referee Tony Scrogham has thrown his weight behind calls for local clubs to return to the Furness Premier League.

St Andrew's Youth Centre in Church Lane, Coniston, was closed in 2014. Credit: Diocese of Carlisle

 St Andrew's Youth Centre in Church Lane, Coniston, was closed in 2014. Credit: Diocese of Carlisle
St Andrew's Youth Centre in Church Lane, Coniston, was closed in 2014. Credit: Diocese of Carlisle
Flagship affordable housing scheme set for launch in Coniston
A FLAGSHIP scheme will bring much needed affordable housing to the Lake District village of Coniston on the site of a derelict youth centre.

Beatrix Potter at Hill Top

A letter by Beatrix Heelis (nee Potter) to the mayor of Kendal Henry Airey. Photo: 1818 Auctioneers

A letter by Beatrix Heelis (nee Potter) to the mayor of Kendal Henry Airey. Photo: 1818 Auctioneers

A copy of Catherine Parr's prayer book presented to the mayor of Kendal Henry Airey. The collection is up for auction. Photo: 1818 Auctioneers

 Beatrix Potter at Hill Top
Beatrix Potter at Hill Top
Letter by famed Lake District writer Beatrix Potter valued at £1,500
A HANDWRITTEN letter by Beatrix Potter is up for auction next month valued at £1,500.

The bridge over Church Beck in the centre of Coniston from an Edwardian postcard SUBMITTED coniston-jan-09

Dunnerdale Bridge in the Duddon Valley SUBMITTED coniston-jan-09

 The bridge over Church Beck in the centre of Coniston from an Edwardian postcard SUBMITTED coniston-jan-09
The bridge over Church Beck in the centre of Coniston from an Edwardian postcard SUBMITTED coniston-jan-09
Lakeland bridge theme for Coniston history talk
THE story of transport in the Lake District had always been dominated by mountain passes and river crossings.

TWO GOALS Vickerstownj's Danny Keenan

 TWO GOALS Vickerstownj's Danny Keenan
TWO GOALS Vickerstownj's Danny Keenan
Vickerstown start 2017 in winning style
VICKERSTOWN kicked off 2017 in style with a superb 3-1 away win at Thornton Cleveleys.

Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2

Keswick to Barrow Walk - May 6

Total Warrior - August 5 & 6

Velo Retro - July 14-16

Keswick Mountain Festival - June 8-11

Gelt Gladiator - June 10 & 11

 Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2
Coniston End to End Chillswim - September 2
Beat the fitness blues, your handy guide to being active in Cumbria in 2017
HAVE you perhaps over indulged over the Christmas season and now you've lost your motivation to get back into shape? Go Active in Cumbria have put together a handy guide on the best active events around the county in 2017

Beech Court, Workington

Northside, Workington

 Beech Court, Workington
Beech Court, Workington
Man charged with murder in Cumbrian town
A WORKINGTON man has been charged with murder following the death of a 29-year-old man in the town.

The 50th anniversary of the death of speed record hero Donald Campbell

Gina Campbell

An enthusiast tests this working scale model of Bluebird K&

Gina Campbell with "Mr Whoppit" Donald Campbell's lucky talisman

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 The 50th anniversary of the death of speed record hero Donald Campbell
The 50th anniversary of the death of speed record hero Donald Campbell
Campbell's daughter pays moving tribute to king of speed
The daughter of speed hero Donald Campbell laid flowers on Coniston Water to mark the 50th anniversary of his death.

Gina Campbell, the daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Gina Campbell, the daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Gina Campbell, the daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

 Gina Campbell, the daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Gina Campbell, the daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Donald Campbell's daughter remembers speed ace 50 years on from Coniston Water crash death
The daughter of speed hero Donald Campbell has laid flowers on Coniston Water to mark the 50th anniversary of his death.
Gina Campbell, daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell, marks the 50th anniversary of his death on Coniston Water
Gina Campbell, daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell, marks the 50th anniversary of his death on Coniston Water
Gina Campbell, daughter of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell, marks the 50th anniversary of his death on Coniston Water
Donald Campbell's daughter remembers speed ace 50 years on from lake crash death
The daughter of speed hero Donald Campbell has laid flowers on Coniston Water to mark the 50th anniversary of his death.

Colin Todd, of Lakeland Land Rover, hands over the keys to team leader Mike Blakey

 Colin Todd, of Lakeland Land Rover, hands over the keys to team leader Mike Blakey
Colin Todd, of Lakeland Land Rover, hands over the keys to team leader Mike Blakey
Lakes mountain rescuers get keys to new ambulance
LAKELAND Land Rover at Torver is playing a vital role in keeping one of the Lake District's busiest mountain rescue teams mobile.

Chris James

 Chris James
Chris James
Blues favourite Chris James has Lakes date
CUMBRIAN folk and blues veteran Chris James will be performing a headline show in the Lake District this month.

Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team in action last year

 Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team in action last year
Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team in action last year
Analysis reveals busy year and new trends for Lake District mountain rescuers
STATISTICS show 2016 was a very busy year for mountain rescues in the Lake District.

The moment immediately before the disaster on Coniston Water in which Donald Campbell died on January 4, 1967

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A young Donald Campbell at the control's of his father, Sir Malcolm Campbell's, earlier version of Bluebird

Donald Campbell on the way to Bluebird testing on his scooter

The wreckage of Donald Campbell's Bluebird being recovered from Coniston Water

Engineer Leo Villa, centre, as Donald Campbell's Bluebird is prepared at Coniston Water

The Donald Campbell K7 version of Bluebird on Coniston Water with engineer Leo Villa waving

Diver Bill Smith accompanies Bluebird as she is lifted from her resting place of more than thirty years in March 2001

Speed ace Donald Campbell and Bluebird K7 arrived at Glenridding on Ullswater in January 1955

Speed ace Donald Campbell and Bluebird K7 arrived at Glenridding on Ullswater in January 1955

Donald Campbell at Coninston Water in 1966

Restoration of Donald Campbell's Bluebird

Diver Bill Smith accompanies Bluebird as she is lifted from her resting place of more than thirty years in March 2001: John Giles/PA Wire

Wife of Donald Campbell, Tonia Bern-Campbell with the recovered Bluebird: PA Photos

 The moment immediately before the disaster on Coniston Water in which Donald Campbell died on January 4, 1967
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The moment immediately before the disaster on Coniston Water in which Donald Campbell died on January 4, 1967
Hero Donald Campbell died in pursuit of speed dream on Coniston
JANUARY 4, 1967: a day that lives proudly in the memory of many Cumbrians. Fifty years ago today, speed ace Donald Campbell made a last brave attempt to smash his own world water speed record. It cost him his life. PHIL COLEMAN reports

Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird at Coniston Water EM ARCHIVE campbell-jan-02

The moment immediately before the Bluebird disaster on Coniston Water in January 1967 in which Donald Campbell died SUBMITTED campbell-jan-02

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 Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird at Coniston Water EM ARCHIVE campbell-jan-02
Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird at Coniston Water EM ARCHIVE campbell-jan-02
Donald Campbell's countdown to catastrophe on Coniston Water
WEDNESDAY, January 4, marks 50 years since the death of Donald Campbell as he came so close to breaking his own World Water Speed Record of 276.33mph on Coniston Water.

Sunset from the South End of Walney. JIM RAVEN

River Crake. ARCHIE WORKMAN

Sunrise at Gibralta Farm, Silverdale. BRIAN FENWICK.

Sunset over the North End of Walney. JIM RAVEN

Walney Channel. DIANE NELSON

Looking down to Brothers Water from the slopes of Place Fell, north east Lake District, Cumbria. Winter / lakes / fells / mountains / snow. ROB SUTTON

Autumn sunshine at Furness Abbey. JOHN GREENWOOD

A walk around the seawall. PATRICIA ATTWOOD

Coniston Fells and Beacon Tarn on November 5. STEPHEN RAVEN.

Conkers. BRIAN McGREVEY.

Trees on the canal. STEPHEN CRELLIN

View from Birkrigg Common. PHIL HENDERSON.

Murmuration at sunset. GRAHAM KIDD.

Flying high over Hoad. STEPHEN CRELLIN.

Old Hut Entrance at Furness Abbey. JIM RAVEN.

Sunrays over Walney Channel. GRAHAM KIDD.

Baycliff Sands dog walk. RICHARD JOHNSON.

Young robin. TONY FRANKOWSKI.

EMPOD --- Three fishermen at sunset. JAMES RAVEN.

EMPOD --- Kirkby Moor. STEPHEN CRELLIN.

 Sunset from the South End of Walney. JIM RAVEN
Sunset from the South End of Walney. JIM RAVEN
The South Lakes on show - a year in pictures
IN every issue of the Evening Mail for the past year we have featured a photograph taken and sent in by one of our readers.

Broughton railway station around 1900 SUBMITTED drunk-dec-31

Coniston railway station SUBMITTED drunk-dec-31

A train pulling in at Coniston railway station in the 1950s EM ARCHIVE drunk-dec-31

Foxfield station was the start of the branch line to Coniston. It is shown here around 1890 SUBMITTED drunk-dec-31

Woodland station was one of the halts on the Foxfield to Coniston branch line SUBMITTED drunk-dec-31

 Broughton railway station around 1900 SUBMITTED drunk-dec-31
Broughton railway station around 1900 SUBMITTED drunk-dec-31
Jailed for being drunk in charge of a steam train
THERE were no cars or breathalyser tests in Victorian times but you could still end up behind bars in Furness for being a drink-driver of a steam train.

Michaela and Adam Dawson tied the knot in a ceremony at The Wild Boar Inn, Crook, Bowness in August 2016. Credit: Steve Hillman

 Michaela and Adam Dawson tied the knot in a ceremony at The Wild Boar Inn, Crook, Bowness in August 2016. Credit: Steve Hillman
Michaela and Adam Dawson tied the knot in a ceremony at The Wild Boar Inn, Crook, Bowness in August 2016. Credit: Steve Hillman
College sweethearts from Barrow tie the knot in rustic romantic ceremony
TWO Barrow teenage sweethearts affirmed their love for one another by tying the knot surrounded by their friends and family in a natural summer ceremony on Thursday August 25, 2016.

White rhino baby and his mother

 White rhino baby and his mother
White rhino baby and his mother
Looking back at the final three months of a momentous year
OCTOBER

WHAT A START Jordan Williams celebrates his debut goal at Gateshead on New year's Day

THUMBS UP Matt Sayle enjoys the New Year's Day encounter between Furness and Hawcoat Park LEANNE BOLGER

CHECK IT OUT Dee Bateman contested the BDO World Championships in January LEANNE BOLGER

WHAT A FINISH Disaster for Barrow AFC as Tranmere Rovers come back from 3-1 down with a minute to go to win 4-3 at Holker Street in January MILTON HAWORTH

LATE SHOW Brad Marwood scores for Barrow Raiders in their pre-season match-up against Workington, which ended in a 10-10 draw CHRIS WEST

GOTCHA Parramore, of Furness Catholic Boxing (right), in action against Umer Shabbir at January's South Lakeland Freemasons Show in Grange HARRY ATKINSON

BATTLING THE ELEMENTS Holker Under-13s' Charley Thompson goes round the Walshaw keeper to score his first goal in the Lancashire Cup semi-final amid January snow CHRIS WEST

CELEBRATE Ashley Grimes celebrates the winning goal for Barrow AFC at Welling in January TONY FOWLES

ROAR Hugh McParland is mobbed by his team-mates after rounding the Standish keeper to open the scoring for Furness Rovers Under-15s in their Lancashire Cup semi-final MILTON HAWORTH

TONGUE-DERFUL Andy Cook celebrates after scoring for Barrow at Woking MAX FLEGO

A FIELD DAY Ryan Fieldhouse scores the winning try for Barrow Raiders against Keighley in a pre-season game in February LEANNE BOLGER

HE'S THE MAN Tom Dolman celebrates scoring Windermere’s third goal as they beat Urmston 6-2 in February CHRIS WEST

TRIBUTES Barrow Island RL's Harry Dawson, who died in February EVENING MAIL ARCHIVE

OOPS! Aaron McClure after his roll in the 2016 Cambrian Rally in February AARON MCCLURE/TWITTER

HISTORY-MAKER Barrow Celtic's Sonny Dutton-Rosconie scored 10 in a game for the club against Barrow Wanderers CHRIS WEST

DOWN UNDER WONDERS Australian duo Joel Smith (left) and Jake Schofield arrived at Ulverston RL in February LINDSEY DICKINGS

HARD BATTLE Barrow's Liam Conroy during his British Challenge Light Heavyweight title win against Krzysztof Golec LOUIS DAWSON

KEY GOAL Jordan Williams (second left) celebrates his equaliser against Forest Green Rovers in February MILTON HAWORTH

HAND-OFF Mike Whitehead on the attack for Walney Central against Barrow Island in the Barton Townley Cup in February LEANNE BOLGER

FAMILIAR FOES Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey (left) and former boss Anthony Murray at Wrexham when Barrow took on North Wales in March DAVID WALKER

MAKING A SPLASH Malcolm Wilson Rally winners Charles Payne and Carl Williamson make their way through Grizedale in March CHRIS WEST

OVER THE WATER Jen Hird, of Barlick Fell Runners, crosses Whitecombe Beck during March's Black Combe Fell Race HARRY ATKINSON

HARD MILES Black Combe's Harry Stainton finishes third in the Coniston 14 in March CHRIS WEST

 WHAT A START Jordan Williams celebrates his debut goal at Gateshead on New year's Day
WHAT A START Jordan Williams celebrates his debut goal at Gateshead on New year's Day
Evening Mail local sports review of the year: Part one - January to March
IN the first of a four-part review of 2016, the Evening Mail Sportsdesk team look back at January, February and March. Barrow AFC begin to hit an upward curve, Barrow Raiders start out on a long season, and there are impressive displays from junior teams in the Lancashire Cup

Sacred Heart Nursery Reindeer Run

Askam Village Nursery Reindeer Run

Askam Village Nursery Reindeer Run

Coniston Childcare Reindeer Run

Happy Tots Barrow Reindeer Run

 Sacred Heart Nursery Reindeer Run
Sacred Heart Nursery Reindeer Run
Young reindeers put best hoof forward for Ulverston hospice
YOUNG reindeers cantered to charity glory as they took part in an event to raise money for St Mary's Hospice.

UP AND AT 'EM Greg Sharp climbs highest to clear the danger MILTON HAWORTH.

FIRED IN Oli Jackson cracks a shot from distance MILTON HAWORTH

STUCK IN Elliot Moore goes close as he clashes with the Stoneclough keeper MILTON HAWORTH

OPENING GOAL Hawcoat keeper Sam Stephens is stranded as Stoneclough take the lead MILTON HAWORTH

TREATMENT Patrick Allen lies injured after going for a fifty-fifty ball MILTON HAWORTH

ON THE DEFENSIVE Christian Sloan and Zach Walker keep the Stoneclough attack at bay MILTON HAWORTH

OUCH Patrick Allen lies injured after going for a fifty-fifty ball MILTON HAWORTH

GOT IT Will Boulton goes to ground but still manages to get in on the action MILTON HAWORTH

BATTLE Hawcoat's Patrick Allington (right) in a fight for possession MILTON HAWORTH

SLOAN RANGER Christian Sloan in a battle for the ball MILTON HAWORTH

 UP AND AT 'EM Greg Sharp climbs highest to clear the danger MILTON HAWORTH.
UP AND AT 'EM Greg Sharp climbs highest to clear the danger MILTON HAWORTH.
PICTURE SPECIAL: Hawcoat end 2016 in winning style
HAWCOAT Park finished off 2016 in style with a 3-1 win over Stoneclough in West Lancs Division One - but they were made to work hard for the three points.

Lifelong Barrow AFC supporter Brian Edge SUBMITTED brian-dec-17

Station master signs from Brian Edge's railway career BILL MYERS brian-dec-17

One of Brian Edge's many books. This one is on the Tokens and Commemorative Medals of Cheshire Since 1820 SUBMITTED brian-dec-17

Barrow Central Station as it look before the bomb damage of 1941 SUBMITTED brian-dec-17

 Lifelong Barrow AFC supporter Brian Edge SUBMITTED brian-dec-17
Lifelong Barrow AFC supporter Brian Edge SUBMITTED brian-dec-17
George Formby serenade at funeral of lifelong Barrow AFC fan
THE sounds of the ukulele made famous by George Formby played out a lifelong Barrow AFC fan from his funeral in the village of Wistaston, near Crewe.
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