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Topic: Pedants' Corra
Posted by: Francis Rowe
Date/Time: 31/03/15 16:26:00

I believe you are correct Stewart in that the stone clad building is number 9 Coronation Street former residence of the Duckworths. The Ogdens lived at number 13 which, to the best of my knowledge is neither stone clad or pebble-dashed but I will verify this on Wednesday night.

I would get out more but I really need to know what will happen when Liz finds out about Tony's affair with Tracy Barlow.

Despite his noted erudition, Anthony Burgess would not have been able to clarify this matter for us as he found Coronation Street such a painful reminder of his childhood in Manchester than he was unable to watch it.


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Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 10:05:00 William Luckman
   Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 10:36:00 Rima Jones
      Re:Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 10:44:00 Will Watson
         Re:Re:Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 12:08:00 bobby osborne
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 12:38:00 Paul Pryce
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 12:49:00 bobby osborne
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 13:23:00 David McLoughlin
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Anthony Burgess denied a blue plaque for his former Chiswick home by English Heritage31/03/15 13:42:00 Stewart Jones
                  Pedants' Corra31/03/15 16:26:00 Francis Rowe
                     Re:Pedants' Corra31/03/15 17:05:00 Paul Pryce
                        Re:Re:Pedants' Corra31/03/15 17:45:00 bobby osborne

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