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Sunday Stroll

Sunday Stroll in Blacko
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NAOMI WATSON
Can someone explain what the words 'Who could have thought it 1890' mean on one of the houses on the main road in Blacko?Thank you

Sandy Watt
A lovely nostalgic web walk. I went to Blacko School and the Sunday School nearby in the late 1940's until 1955. I now live in Southern Brittany but have very happy memories of wandering homeward from school via water meetings to Higherford. I also remember the cross country runs from Colne Grammar Scool, along the canal bank, up to the Cross Gaites and back down the fields.

winifred parker
wonderful. i was born at the higher admergill farm in 1944.my grandparents were harry and margaret brown.very,very, happy memories. i still go back to walk the watermeetings through roughlee to barley. ialso lived at north farm cottages. loved it where have those days gone.the simplisity and beauty of it all.

jo
many happy memories of walks around the Water Meetings back in the 70's.thanks for the photos!

barbara holt
pictures brought back happy memories.I was born in blacko on beverley then moved to blacko laithe farm no electricity!

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