Simon Joyce talks about the railway sidings, the football specials and the community

Resource Type: Audio | Posted on 16th May 2011 by Jenny Porter

Simon Joyce shares his memories of coming to Edge Hill Station with his father as a child and how big it was then with the marshelling yards. He also remembers as a young police officer meeting the football specials with fans coming into the city on match days.  He also recollects the old houses and the look of the communuity and remembers an old flag factory.

Interviewee: Simon joyce

Tagged under: edge hill station, metal, trains, police, football, ice rink, marshelling yards, grid iron, flag factory, football specials

Categorised under: The Station & Railway Pioneers, Work & Industry, Change & Communities

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