thanks for the reply bob ..... I dont even know if Reads is still standing ... I left 38 years ago ... so am not a spring chicken now ... by the way what was your mums name ... even tho I might not rememberBOBHAMO wrote:welcome ppeppa .great photo , think my mum worked there in the sixtys ,are you a bootle buck ??? , bobhamo
loko wrote:hi/ppeppa i know joe smith.can,t place the other faces.i worked in reads
(keg +drum)in the 60s.met my wife there,all her family worked there
their name was reid,brothers jimmy,tommy and dad jimmy,betty my wife.
BOBHAMO wrote:HI PPEPPA MY MUM MARIE HAMILTON WORKED THERE BUT DONT KNOW FOR HOW LONG , THINK SHE USED TO DO SOLDERING , ON TINS ?? HI LOKO , IS IT JOE SMITH FROM SEAFORTH , LITHERLAND , NOT A BAD FOOTBALLER , ??BOBHAMO
loko wrote:hi/ppeppa sorry dont remember you,i was a setter on line 6 working
with bobby redfern.sad to say but tommy reid passed away 5 years
loko wrote:hi/peter no must be another Jimmy Reid.
ppeppa;reads was pulled down years ago,houses build there now
I worked there 1961 to1965,georgie Jones took over from me after
he helped get me the sack;but thats another story.(LOKO)
Margy wot is ur dads name an wen did he wurk threMargy wrote:I started working in Reads in Sept 70 and was there until it closed in the 80's. My dad worked on line 4&6 and line 5. Sisters Sue and Ruth also worked there. If anyone remembers me get in touch.
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