Jimmy Sirrel's Lovechild
#1
Nice Albion piece. Some good photos too. 

http://jimmysirrelslovechild.co.uk/at-th.../west-brom
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#2
Good Sunday morning read, enjoyed that. Cheers.
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#3
Good stuff. A while ago I was trying to remember the name of the pub at the top of Roebuck St. Now i know!
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#4
(10-18-2020, 10:38 AM)baggiebloke Wrote: Nice Albion piece. Some good photos too. 

http://jimmysirrelslovechild.co.uk/at-th.../west-brom

Nice post BB
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#5
It really takes me back. Pure nostalgia for me.

I must admit that, arriving at the ground from the West Bromwich side as a kid, I didn't know the pubs down Halfords Lane and towards the Smethwick stations.

We're very, very lucky that the magnificent Waggon N Horses is still standing.
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#6
It's the only thing is deadlier than covid is the chairs in there it needs condemning.
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#7
Ahhh going up from Brum on the 74/78/79 those were the fun days LOL, who'd have thought we'd have a tram and a fancy all seater back then?
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#8
cracking read that, I was at that game, possibly the best I saw us play all season.
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