1960s Tarpots

How it looked over 50 years ago

Tarpots 60's
Tarpots 1960's
Tarpots mid 60's
Tarpots
Tarpots
1960s Tarpots, showing Jones the butcher and just visible on the right is the familiar Shell sign where the garage stood
Ian Roberts

Pictures showing Great Tarpots when there was far less traffic about.

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  • In reply to this:

    Is that the Ian Roberts who was my best mate in the 70s ?
    Philip Hannan

    Yes, indeed. The one & only!

    By Ian Roberts (27/07/2020)
  • The side where the large green and white building is has not changed one bit, judging by your pictures, however, the side where the Sketchley store is, that side of Tarpots has changed beyond recognition lol.

    By Seamus (07/04/2020)
  • Is that the Ian Roberts who was my best mate in the 70s ?
    Philip Hannan

    By Phil (13/06/2019)
  • I used to work for Smiths hardware shop on a Saturday and during school holidays. This was in the early 50s. I rode a trade bike which had a pannier on the front and one on the back which when loaded with cans of paraffin became very unruly. I delivered to all sorts of places to get the heating oil to the houses. I bought my first bike off Smiths and Mr Smith let me pay it off out of my very small wage.

    By Richard. Balman. (17/01/2019)
  • I used to work at L. Jones Family Butchers on Saturdays delivering orders in an old fashioned bike with a huge pannier on top of a small front. Ian Roberts credited as the author of this page was a friend whose family had the fish shop at the other end of the parade.

    By Neal Hambridge (28/06/2018)

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