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    Days Gone By: The changing face of Cliff Lane

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByOct 4, 2017 with 0 replies and 14 views.

    Days Gone By: The changing face of Cliff LaneCliff Lane, Ipswich, was just a track leading from Nacton Road to Holywells Road with Holywells Park on one side and farmland on the other, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

  2. Days Gone By: The tiny outposts in our rural villages used as police stations and post officesServices in rural villages in the past were often operated from houses, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: A bird’s eye view of how our towns and villages have changed

    by newsbot in Days Gone BySep 13, 2017 with 0 replies and 16 views.

    Aerial photographs give a fascinating view of our towns and villages. Many changes are recorded in these views, writes David Kindred,Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: Your memories of the chantry estate

    by newsbot in Days Gone BySep 7, 2017 with 0 replies and 22 views.

    Memories of the Chantry housing estate, Ipswich, have come from readers following the publication of archive photographs of the area in a recent Days Gone By, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: The history of the town’s iconic Willis building

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByAug 30, 2017 with 0 replies and 21 views.

    In 1970 the company then known as Willis Faber and Dumas decided to move all its administrative departments from Southend and London to Ipswich on a site in Princes Street, designed by Norman Foster, later Sir Norman, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: The Great Engineering Firms Of Ipswich

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByAug 23, 2017 with 0 replies and 18 views.

    Large engineering works in Ipswich have employed thousands of people - now many of the companies have gone, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: A Taste Of Ipswich Life In The 1970s

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByAug 16, 2017 with 0 replies and 26 views.

    Shoppers mingling with traffic in the town centre, busy public houses and a major shopping chain opening in town, were all part of life in Ipswich during the 1970s, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: The Many Faces Of The Towns Bustling Chantry Estate

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByAug 9, 2017 with 0 replies and 25 views.

    The Chantry housing estate in Ipswich was mostly built in the 1950s and 60s to house the town’s expanding population, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: How Holidays By The Sea Led To Huge Growth In Felixstowe

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByAug 3, 2017 with 0 replies and 26 views.

    Felixstowe grew in the 19th and early 20th century – partly because of the Victorian and Edwardian fashion of bathing in the sea and holidays on the coast, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: The Co-op And Its Close Connection With Ipswich

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByJul 27, 2017 with 1 replies and 32 views.

    One end of Carr Street, Ipswich, was until recently, dominated by the Co-op’s department stores, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: The co-op dominates Ipswich. They own a large proportion of the land. I am not sure who owns the most volume of land in the borough but the co-op is definitely in the top 5.

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    Days Gone By: Looking At Ipswich Then And Now

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByJul 19, 2017 with 0 replies and 26 views.

    Constant changes to Ipswich make some areas almost unrecognisable, while other parts of town retain many of the older buildings, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: Great Memories Of ‘the Saints’ Ipswich

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByJul 12, 2017 with 0 replies and 26 views.

    I recently featured photographs of the part of Ipswich known as “The Saints” and in this week’s Days Gone By regular contributor Rod Cross has sent his memories of the area, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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    Days Gone By: Great Memories Of ‘the Saints’ Ipswich

    by newsbot in Days Gone ByJul 11, 2017 with 0 replies and 27 views.

    I recently featured photographs of the part of Ipswich known as “The Saints” and in this week’s Days Gone By regular contributor Rod Cross has sent his memories of the area, writes David Kindred.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

  14. Celebrating Martlesham’s aviation history, a century after the air station was created.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

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