Down memory lane: images of Amble

Posted on 21st December 2012 | in Heritage & Tourism , Photos

Here at The Ambler we have quite an archive of old photos of the town and surrounding area. We’ve put together a short slideshow here and if you like the images, let us know and we’ll do some more.

8 thoughts on "Down memory lane: images of Amble"

  1. Davd Knox says:

    Do you have one of coal carriages hanging off the stithies, my grandfather drove the train?

    1. theambler says:

      Hi David, We don’t have it but I think I may have seen that image. Although I might be thinking of this: http://assets.sbnation.com/imported_assets/82402/train_20wreck_20fail.jpg I’ll ask around for you 🙂

  2. Davd Knox says:

    Staithes.

  3. Gillian Collis-Nelson says:

    Please can you print as many as you can of the old Amble, late 1950’s to late 1960’s, and also pre- marina. Thank you.

    1. theambler says:

      Hi Gillian – I’ll have a look and see what we’ve got 🙂

  4. Patricia Ford says:

    Good morning, I’m trying to find Harry McQuillen of High Street Amble, I used to hear from him until 2yrs ago, he is still listed in the phone book but doesn’t reply. He has vital information about our family tree but more importantly I would like to know how he is keeping.
    Also is there ainformation about shops in Amble I’m looking for a butchers called ?Rowleys, he died many years ago I hope
    there will be photo,s of the High Street that might jog my memory.
    I would appreciate any help or advice you can give me.
    Many thanks,
    Pat Ford

    1. betty fox says:

      Harry McQuillen was a first cousin of Peggy Lawson, whose parents were Dick and Allie. I was a second cousin of Peggy

  5. kevin wintrip says:

    Hi there iam trying find old photos of motor blke and side car racing on the sands at duridge bay in the late 50 or60 think i was only little put i can remember the races some time when the tide came some would go into the sea
    Many thanks
    Kevin

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