Gloucester in The 1950s/60s page35

Barton gates in the 1950s.This railway crossing became notorious for the traffic jams it created.

These gates closed for the last time in 1975 and new developments started on the roads and an Asda store replaced where the station and rail yards once stood.

On the left is Northfield Road, White City, Gloucester pictured in the 50s.The White City was opened in
1928 by the Duke of Gloucester.Our thanks to Jerry for these three photographs. Here on the right is a group of happy children taken at the Lord Mayors Party in 1953. Do you recognise any child? This photograph Was sent in by Paul, but he is not telling us which one is him!












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