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Re: Well worth watching-the final part
The house reminded me of the house at 19 Bloomfield Terrace Ebury Bridge London that my sister and husband rented a room after they married in 1947. They were both doing war War work in London. My sister collected me from Hebburn for me to have a holiday with them in London. I can still remember Mrs King, the owner of the house. She was very old but used to tell my sister, in the 1890ís onwards she used to rent rooms to ladies who were on the stage and used to remember the rich men who used to collect them In their horse drawn carriages. It was the first time I saw an indoor loo.. I have recently checked the house prices and Number 24 Bloomfield Terrace has sold for 4 million. Wow, How things have changed especially in London. I do remember it as a very nice area even though I was only about 9/10 at the time. I remember my sister said a singer called Donald Peers lived across the road, , but the name meant nothing to me.
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