The photo id for this photograph is 1663, in the Public Houses album.

White Horse pub trip early 1950s

Photograph sent in by megaroc

Photograph added 20th May 2019


Comment 1

Left by G. Jackson on the 22nd May 2019

Does anyone know what the badges were for?

Comment 2

Left by Brenda Whelan on the 3rd June 2019

Harold Goddard front row right hand side

Comment 3

Left by G. Jackson. on the 10th December 2019

I think the second from left could be Jim Fletcher who lived on Chapel Road.

Comment 4

Left by J. Watkins on the 21st June 2022

Second from left is definitely my grandad Jim Fletcher!

Comment 5

Left by G. Jackson on the 21st June 2022

There is only one person who is probably still alive from this photo, the guy at the bottom right who looks years younger than the rest. Does anyone have any idea who he is and if he is traceable we may find out more details about the photo?

Comment 6

Left by G. Jackson on the 22nd June 2022

Hi J. Watkins,
Why don't you join the group. We're a friendly mob, don't bite.

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