With the South Bank work starting soon, this is what that part of the city looked like after heavy rain in the eighties.
The red building was B&Q. and next to that was Cadge and Coleman, the flour people.
Mitchell’s staff at Bridge House must have been a bit worried when they looked out of their windows at the rising water as it came up to their back doors!
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That’s what one reader did last week.
Her friend (Don Graves) knew the gentleman I was trying to find – and he was called Ted Goulding, who Don used to see regularly and have a drink with.
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