Ist Armagh Road Girl Guides
With thanks to ex-pat Jim Espie of New Zealand, some of the photos show his Aunt Doreen Espie. Most will remember Miss. Espie as a teacher at the Hart Memorial P.S.
Empire Day about 1932, gathering for the annual youth Church parade.
Watson Street, locally known as Railway Street, the side street was Watson's Lane (now gone), rooftops are of houses which was Florence Court, (now gone)
Doreen Espie is to the right of the standard, looking at camera.
Market Street Empire Day Youth Parade about 1930.
Miss. Doreen Espie leading Armagh Road Girl Guides.
The building extreme right of photo was the Globe Bar, next to that was a tobacconist & newsagent shop, it was owned by the Jeffers family 1950-70's. next to that was Sherman's Chemist, the family lived above the shop, next was Edgar's hardware shop.
Girl Guides P2