5MT 44860 waits at Watford Junction. Aug'63.
44860: Black 5 44860 (Rugby) waits for departure at Watford Junction- 17/8/63. The top lamp bracket had recently been lowered. Loco withdrawn in Jan'67.
Watford High Street Shops and More
The Jewellers in the High Street may have been Jacksons. They were the oldest in the town and founded in 1876. Their business was sort of opposite Clements Department Store roughly where there’s a flyover cutting right through the original store building. Jackson’s shop was on a site that dates back to about 1500. I ...
Watford High Street by Chris Williams at PicturesofEngland.com
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A Life in Watford
Like many, I was born in King Street Maternity Hospital in 1944. My Grandfather owned and ran the Gents Barbers, G. H. Sharman & Son, at 99, Vicarage Road, near the Cemetery. This was in the family for over 150 years. His first premises was on the corner of King Street. The family originated from ...
Ticket barrier and ticket collector at the London, Midland & Scottish Railway's Watford Junction station, Hertfordshire, England, 1943. Tickets had to be checked on the platform before the passengers were allowed to board the train. They were usually checked on the train too, and when passengers arrived at their destinations.