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Locke Hall Demolition Date?

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Hi, already posted in the members bit but will request here as well.

Does anyone know when the Locke Hall was pulled down please? It could have been mid 70's or late 70's .. a year would be most useful for some research I'm doing.

Thanks in advance!

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Hi, already posted in the members bit but will request here as well.

Does anyone know when the Locke Hall was pulled down please? It could have been mid 70's or late 70's .. a year would be most useful for some research I'm doing.

Thanks in advance!

Was demolished in 1975 I worked for coopers prize bingo which was in the front of the bottom floor of the old co op the Locke hall was above mind u the large clock in the facia of the building did not work for 10 years before that the time was stuck on 5 to 11 for all those years

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Was demolished in 1975 I worked for coopers prize bingo which was in the front of the bottom floor of the old co op the Locke hall was above mind u the large clock in the facia of the building did not work for 10 years before that the time was stuck on 5 to 11 for all those years

Thanks... I thought it might have been a bit later than that. I'd forgotten about the clock!

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