A Milkwall Club outing to Barry Island in 1950.
... this photograph of Milkwall Club Outing to Barry Island, taken I think in 1950. It belonged to my mother Mrs Elsie Hoare of Milkwall".
(Brian) John Bunker added: "... Oh how we loved the British Rail Excursions every summer. Effortless fun - when one or more parent could hop on a train and get to the beach. Barry Island was the most common, but every now and again we'd go to Porthcawl and once even to Weston-Super-Mare (Mud) (which must have been before 1960 when the Severn Railway Bridge went up). Quite often, someone else's kids in tow - sandwiches wrapped in grease-proofed paper and a thermos flask - if we weren't having Corona pop. Tanner (6d) in your pocket in case candy floss was on offer. No thought of foreign holidays back then".
If you wish to comment on this photo or can supply names of people please click here
WANTED: Old photos, old postcards, ephemera and memories of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. U.K.- please click here to make contact.