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Lost life: Barrow soldier Mark Arnold played football for the YMCA and St Matthew's SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Plasterer: Barrow's Tom Smith played soccer for Roose SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Shipyard worker: Gerard Huck played soccer in Dalton and Askam. He died at Meathop hospital from the effects of gas and a neck injury SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Working days: The Furness Railway coach painters based at Barrow. Soldier Mark Arnold was a former apprentice SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Time passes: Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery in Belgium is the resting place of Barrow soldier Tom Smith who died a century ago SUBMITTED march-mar-28

Transport link: Railway Hollow Cemetery at Hebuterne is the resting place of Mark Arnold, a former railway coach painter SUBMITTED march-mar-28


          Lost life: Barrow soldier Mark Arnold played football for the YMCA and St Matthew's SUBMITTED march-mar-28
Lost life: Barrow soldier Mark Arnold played football for the YMCA and St Matthew's SUBMITTED march-mar-28
Furness soccer players killed in the trenches of the First World War
THE deaths of three keen amateur footballers who all fought with the King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment were reported in the Barrow News on March 24 in 1917 reported .

Miles ahead: Coniston 14 winner Robbie Simpson leads the way CHRIS WEST

Happy couple: Robbie Simpson and girlfriend Virginie Barrand won both races CHRIS WEST

Oh my Lord: Harvey Lord from Black Combe Runners finishes eighth CHRIS WEST

Red all over: Mike Cubin and Gary Dover of Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers

Rodger that: Ulverston Tri Club's Paul Rodger 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

Honme turf: George Cooper of Coniston Runners CHRIS WEST

Super Sharon: Sharon Dixon (1212) was the women's V45 winner

Refreshments at the ready: Young helpers hand out drinks to the finishers CHRIS WEST

On the Mark: Mark Lehrle of Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers finished 30th CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runner agony. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST Richard Maughan of Red Rose Runners (1091) and Jeff Chadwick of Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers is 1420

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Barrow Striders Richard Walker finished 37th. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Running through the daffodils. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Race winner, Robbie Simpson establishes an early lead as the field leaves Coniston. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. First female ruuner home, Virgine Barrand. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST Number 1376 is Mark Lehrle of Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. 3rd, Craig Jones. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Hoad Hill Harriers Jeff Chadwick finished 35th. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Race winner, Robbie Simpson. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Second Coniston Runners James Graham finished 77th. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Determined finisher. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST Lucy Stobbart

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Happy runner. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST Sarah Ridehaigh of Accrington

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Race winner, Robbie Simpson. 26th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Cooling off. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST Simon Marsh looks happy

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Runners make their way up the first climb. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST Mike Cubin (1430) and Mark Fitzpatrick of York (1137)

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. 2nd, Gareth Booth. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

CONISTON 14 RACE. Coniston. Race winner, Robbie Simpson. 25th March 2017. CHRIS WEST

 Miles ahead: Coniston 14 winner Robbie Simpson leads the way CHRIS WEST
Miles ahead: Coniston 14 winner Robbie Simpson leads the way CHRIS WEST
Scottish couple celebrate victory at sun-kissed Coniston 14
SCOTTISH couple Robbie Simpson and Virginie Barrand will always remember their sunny spring weekend in the Lake District as they triumphed in the Coniston 14.

Looking out: Passengers on the Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Steam power: The Furness Flyer at Barrow railway station on June 11 in 1991 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Up close: A former LMS steam locomotive pulling the Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Steaming in: The Furness Flyer excursion service arriving at Barrow on September 2 in 1992 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Essential tasks: Locomotive footplate staff on the Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Busy platforms: Enthusiasts greet the Furness Flyer at Barrow on June 11 in 1991 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Safety checks: A railway worker on the Furness Flyer steam service at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Big Crowds:The Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

Moving off: The Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27

 Looking out: Passengers on the Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27
Looking out: Passengers on the Furness Flyer at Barrow on August 15 in 1993 EM ARCHIVE flyer-mar-27
Furness Flyer drew steam engine fans to Barrow
IN the early 1990s visits to Barrow by the Furness Flyer service brought out the crowds for a nostalgic look at the world of steam-powered railways.

QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino

 QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino
QUENTIN TARANTINO: Quentin Tarantino
Do you remember when...
10 years ago

NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.

 NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.
NatWest bank Egremont Main Street, one of eight under threat in Cumbria.
Natwest to close eight Cumbrian branches
BANKING giant NatWest has announced it is going to close eight Cumbrian branches.

Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s

Sweet music: Holborn Hill Brass Band in the 1980s

Cattle do nicely: Millom and Broughton Show in 1991

Flying the flag: Barrow Centenary in 1967

Royal visit: The Duke of Edinburgh at Holker Horse Trials in 1988

Celebration: Barrow in the year of Queen Elizabeth's Coronation in 1953

Shopping trip: Barrow's old market in 1961

Challenge: The Dalton half-marathon run to raise funds to build the baths in the early 1980s

Battle: Broughton children scramble for pennies as part of the traditional charter declaration held each year in the square. This picture is from the 1960s

Stroll: Grange promenade in 1990

 Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s
Flashback: Dalton in the early 1950s
Sands of time bring changes to communities, cars - and fashion
IT passes in a flash - but time has a habit of changing life, and the things which surround us, sometimes unrecognisably.

Animal inspiration: Artwork by Jo McGrath

Image: Spiny Starfish, by Ellie Chaney

Dramatic: Moortop Village II, by Greg Howard

 Animal inspiration: Artwork by Jo McGrath
Animal inspiration: Artwork by Jo McGrath
Green Door art trail expands ahead of spring return
THE Green Door Art Trail has expanded for 2017, taking in venues across South Cumbria.

STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden

 STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden
STEVE MCFADDEN: Steve McFadden
Do you remember when...
10 years ago
Car keys stolen from house in Barrow
POLICE are appealing for information following a burglary at a property in Barrow.
Silverware stolen from property in Grange
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a house in Grange last night.

Gym vision: Grange town centre

HARRY ATKINSON

 Gym vision: Grange town centre HARRY ATKINSON
Gym vision: Grange town centre HARRY ATKINSON
Pay-as-you-go gym plan unveiled for south Cumbria town
A FITNESS fanatic who uses exercise as a way of managing a lifelong condition is bidding to boost the health of a town.

Looking back: Millom Square in 1966

Riding by: Holker Horse Trials in 1986

What a dive: Ulverston Canal

Bustling: Schneider Square, Barrow, in the 1950s

Memory lane: Grange in the post-war era

High street: Paxton Street, Barrow, in 1962

In the swim: Grange Baths in 1990

In step: Furness Morris Men at Dalton Castle

 Looking back: Millom Square in 1966
Looking back: Millom Square in 1966
Furness captured on film through the ages
FOLLOWING the news that the North West Film Archive will be presenting a fascinating look at Furness on Film at the Coronation Hall in Ulverston on Thursday, the Evening Mail takes a look back at some of the other memorable events and places from times gone by.

Cosgood Players

 Cosgood Players
Cosgood Players
All England Theatre Festival heats take place in Cumbria
THE preliminary round of the All England Theatre Festival will once again take place in Grange this month.

'REMORSEFUL': David Charles Cecil Johnson leaving Carlisle Crown Court

 'REMORSEFUL': David Charles Cecil Johnson leaving Carlisle Crown Court
'REMORSEFUL': David Charles Cecil Johnson leaving Carlisle Crown Court
66-year-old South Lakes man admits child sex abuse offences
A PENSIONER picked up the first criminal convictions of his life - for downloading and possessing child sex abuse images.

JAMIE BELL: Jamie Bell

 JAMIE BELL: Jamie Bell
JAMIE BELL: Jamie Bell
Do you remember when...
10 years ago
Madeleine, three, disappeared from the family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal in May 2007
Madeleine, three, disappeared from the family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal in May 2007
Madeleine, three, disappeared from the family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal in May 2007
Madeleine McCann: police given funds to extend probe for another six months
Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have been granted thousands of pounds to extend the search for a further six months.

Account: Station manager Paul Milburn outside the fire-damaged building in Buccleuch Dock Road on Barrow Island

 Account: Station manager Paul Milburn outside the fire-damaged building in Buccleuch Dock Road on Barrow Island
Account: Station manager Paul Milburn outside the fire-damaged building in Buccleuch Dock Road on Barrow Island
Firefighters feared massive blaze at derelict building would be 'another House of Lords'
FIREFIGHTERS have warned that lives were put at risk after they had to spend almost four hours tackling an arson attack at a derelict building.

The derelict building in Buccleuch Dock Road. Picture: Roger Exley

 The derelict building in Buccleuch Dock Road. Picture: Roger Exley
The derelict building in Buccleuch Dock Road. Picture: Roger Exley
Five fire crews tackle suspected arson attack in basement of abandoned Barrow Island building
FIREFIGHTERS spent a number of hours tacking what has been described as a "difficult fire" in the basement of an iconic property on Barrow Island.

All aboard: A coach waits outside Windermere railway station to take Edwardian visitors towards Keswick SUBMITTED talks-mar-04

Next arrival: A Windermere platform sign SUBMITTED talks-mar-04

Finding out: The cover of the latest edition of the journal Cumbrian Railways SUBMITTED talks-mar-04

Hit hard: Millom railway station accident 1904 SUBMITTED talks-mar-04

 All aboard: A coach waits outside Windermere railway station to take Edwardian visitors towards Keswick SUBMITTED talks-mar-04
All aboard: A coach waits outside Windermere railway station to take Edwardian visitors towards Keswick SUBMITTED talks-mar-04
Cumbrian railway history in the spotlight
HOW the railways were developed and worked over a period of 150 years will be explored in a day of talks being organised by the Cumbrian Railways Association.
Traffic flow back to normal in Grange after road incident
TRAFFIC flow has returned to normal now after a road incident in Grange this morning has now cleared.

File photo of the A590 between Levens and Grange

 File photo of the A590 between Levens and Grange
File photo of the A590 between Levens and Grange
Lanes closed on A590 between Levens and Meathop roundabout
MOTORISTS are experiencing significant delays because of roadworks on the A590.

CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST

 CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
CONSOLATION: Mike Rushton got Holker Old Boys' goal against Preswitch Heys last Saturday CHRIS WEST
Holker look to halt loss of form at Oswestry
BRIAN Dawson will hope Holker Old Boys can arrest their recent dip in form when they make the long trip to Oswestry Town tomorrow.
NAMED AND SHAMED: Three firms in Barrow and South Cumbria fail to pay minimum wage
THE government has named and shamed three companies which together failed to pay 24 workers the minimum wage.

HEARING: Carlisle Crown Court

 HEARING: Carlisle Crown Court
HEARING: Carlisle Crown Court
Intimidation charge denied by man from south Cumbria village
A SOUTH Cumbria man who denies harassing and intimidating a woman is due to go on trial later this year.

A dreger in Walney channel damaged power cables crossing from Barrow to Vickerstown SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

Hodbarrow mines had its own power station to operate electric pumps underground SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

The Barrow Corporation power station at Buccleuch Street in the 1940s SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

The cooling tower of the Buccleuch Street power station and the former Case's brewery SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

Blacksmiths at the Roanhead iron ore mines SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13

 A dreger in Walney channel damaged power cables crossing from Barrow to Vickerstown SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13
A dreger in Walney channel damaged power cables crossing from Barrow to Vickerstown SUBMITTED electric3-feb-13
Mother superior had to ask Barrow council for convent electricity
HOUSES, shops and industries all wanted electricity supplies in the 1920s and had to negotiate a deal with Barrow Borough Council.

WORRIES: There are concerns residents and their families will struggle to find alternative care quickly

VIEW: Mayor of Grange, Tricia Thomas

 WORRIES: There are concerns residents and their families will struggle to find alternative care quickly
WORRIES: There are concerns residents and their families will struggle to find alternative care quickly
Grange loses at-home care after provider pulls plug
VULNERABLE adults have lost their at-home social care after a service provider pulled out of Grange.

STAR MAN Ross Lancaster JON GRANGER

 STAR MAN Ross Lancaster JON GRANGER
STAR MAN Ross Lancaster JON GRANGER
Swarthmoor sweep aside Grange to keep 100 per cent record
Grange United U14s 0 Swarthmoor 11

ROSS THE BOSS Ross Cooksey in winning form for Barrow ABC HARRY ATKINSON

CLASS OF 92 The '92 kids' reunited at Barrow ABC charity boxing evening at The Nines in November. Left to right, Ross Cooksey, Liam Conroy and Callum Pearson JON GRANGER

CLUBBING TOGETHER Liam Conrioy in 2012 at Brook Street promoting his next pro fight, with boxers Paul O'Reilly and Ross Cooksey and coach Jeff Moses LINDSEY DICKINGS

YOUNGSRE DAYS Barrow Amateur Boxing Club youngsters Callum Pearson, Ross Cooksey, Liam Conroy and Ryan Watson with ioach Jeff Moses and pro Lee Meager

 ROSS THE BOSS Ross Cooksey in winning form for Barrow ABC HARRY ATKINSON
ROSS THE BOSS Ross Cooksey in winning form for Barrow ABC HARRY ATKINSON
Ross Cooksey can't wait to follow friend Liam Conroy's footsteps into pro boxing ranks
THE career paths of boxing buddies Ross Cooksey and Liam Conroy have always been closely linked.

Grange fire brigade around the time of the Second World War SUBMITTED grange-feb-06

Grange fire brigade around the time of the Second World War SUBMITTED grange-feb-06

The front of the Queen's Fire Service Long Service Medal SUBMITTED grange-feb-06

The back of the Queen's Fire Service Long Service Medal SUBMITTED grange-feb-06

 Grange fire brigade around the time of the Second World War SUBMITTED grange-feb-06
Grange fire brigade around the time of the Second World War SUBMITTED grange-feb-06
Builder, plumber and poultry dealer were Grange fire brigade pioneers
THE early days of the fire service in Grange emerged from a talk given by one of its key members back in 1957.

Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Children from Parkside GGI Academy at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Newbarns Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Newbarns Primary School pupil at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Children from Parkside GGI Academy at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.

Pupils from Lindale CE Primary School, Grange at Young Voices 2017 at Manchester Arena.

Pupils from Lindale CE Primary School, Grange at Young Voices 2017 at Manchester Arena.

Pupils from Lindale CE Primary School, Grange at Young Voices 2017 at Manchester Arena.

 Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.
Pennington CE Primary School pupils at Young Voices at Manchester Arena.
South Cumbria pupils in fine voice for Young Voices 2017
EXCITED pupils were thrilled to follow in the footsteps of their pop star icons and perform at an international concerts venue.
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