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I get what you mean Allan. I was born on Queens Crescent, and used to walk along Crawley Avenue to the shops, and to school at Toner Avenue (Opened Sept 1964).
All of my friends (socially) were from school, and lived close by: Burn Heads Road, Toner Ave, Johnson Ave, Dukes Ave, etc. I didn't know anyone from the other side of the Cemetery, as they went to Newtown School.
So I guess it WAS like a separate village, without realising it at the time.
It was just OUR world, and a very pleasant one, as I recall.
- Wednesday's Header - Norman Dunn November 24, 2021, 9:30:59
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