Clay puffers, drowned girls and forgotten railways: Memories from Durham

“WHEN I was about nine or ten in the late 1940s,” says Clive Madgin, beginning a Durham story which takes in clay puffers and Old Vesty, “we would go to Nevilles Cross and head along Relly Peth, which led into dense woodland on a very steep slope.
Source: Local News from the Northern Echo

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