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Vintage Featherstone Rovers

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Citizen Smith
« on: May 27, 2008, 07:41:23 am »

The man in the passenger seat of the wagon is Jack Clarke. He lived at 14 Wakefield Road Featherstone which was his home and the front office of Littlewoods Soft Drinks until Horace Littlewood built a new house in the factory yard, behind Priory Road Fisheries, for Mr Clarke and his family. Mr Clarke was a "Jack of all trades" at the factory, by name and by nature. He was a long time supporter of the Rovers.

I have a number of names for a driver and will ask old employees if they remember who he was, unless someone else comes up with a name in the meantime.
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