nicolas wrote:Balliol Rd 1904
lynne99 wrote:Did you get good news Mark? or are to assume no news
Mack wrote:I done an interview with the owner of Johnsons with the young people from the YMCA, Park St and Jean Andrew (now sadly deceased).
The Sans Johnson interview - you can listen / download on our Bootle Archive page if you have not heard it yet. It was done about 11/12 years ago I think, just before I set up the Bootle site.
It's about 8 minutes long and he talks about his memories of Johnsons and Bootle.
Link to page below... Look for Sans Johnson on the page.
I worked in the offices at Johnsons for two years, before moving to J Bibby in Liverpool. I remember Sands Johnson very well. In my time, ("Mr John") was the Chairman. I think he might have been a cousin. There were still some of the old Johnson family, including "Mr Sands". There was a special corridor that only people on a certain grade were allowed to use, because the Directors' offices were along it. I was one of the favoured few. Happy days.
nicolas wrote:Thank you both, unfortunately this is how the Powerhouse looks today!
nicolas wrote:Well done Mark - great news! Have you requested a personal visit on site for yourself, and perhaps a representative from Sefton Council, Peel Holdings should grant permission.
fatboyjoe90 wrote:Jarvis Robinson Transport Yard, Bootle.
efc46 wrote:great photos my eldest sister Irene Rowlands worked in Johnstons in the fifties she has passed on but would had lots of stories she loved working there
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