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At the time she was at Buxton undergoing treatment for neuritis, from which she suffered acutely.
Mrs Emma Lees, of Greengate House, attained her 80th birthday during October 1934.
A large number of men was brought to Middleton following the completion of the Stretford route, and it was expected that there were around 100 men working on the Middleton Junction section.
It was not surprising that the opening day of the new service brought in a goodly number of passengers.
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The Mayor sent a telegram of acknowledgement which read: "Heartiest congratulations on your 80th birthday along with sincere thanks for your magnificent gift to the poor of Middleton." Air Max 90 Anniversary Black Croc Cockshott, Mayor.
"For quite a long time after the trams had ceased I can remember seeing a card which read 'Tram' in shop windows, signifying a parcel was ready for collection."
One of the courteous officials of the tramways said that he thought two cars, one every quarter of an hour, would not be too many judging by the takings from the first day of business.
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Travelling by tram gave a saving of a halfpenny by taking the through ticket for the whole journey, which may not appear to be a great deal, but to many of the less well off, it represents the third of a half ounce of tobacco.
It was pleasing news to many readers to learn that the work in connection with the laying of the tramway lines to Middleton Junction had commenced in good earnest. At this time travellers had to depend on the railway.
Day that trams came to the Junction for very first time
Mrs Lees had a vivid memory of her late husband, Alderman John William Lees, Mayor of Middleton, in Queen Victoria's Jubilee Year.
This generous gift places Middleton under still further debt of gratitude to a lady whose greatest concern in life has always been how best she can help her fellow citizens.
To celebrate her 80th birthday Mrs Lees gave a gift of 500 for the benefit of Middleton poor, which was a characteristic gesture.
A gang of men from the Manchester Corporation Engineers department commenced operations opposite the Brunswick Hotel on the 31 March 1903, and within half a day's labour some twenty to thirty yards of Higher Townley Street had been opened up, and trenches made for the concrete bed upon which the lines will rest.
The Manchester men were very experienced in the art of laying down tramlines, at this rate of progress, which is amazing to watch, the whole work of track laying will be completed in two weeks time.
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On her birthday she sent the Mayor her cheque.
He recalled: "The conductor at the terminus would walk along the car with both arms outstretched changing the direction of the seats. Also the nine o'clock post and parcel tram, which provided a same day delivery in the Manchester area.
tram service between the Fountain, Middleton, to Middleton Junction commenced on September 21, 1903.
Thisweek's article is Junction related, and is taken from the original report about the opening of the tramway from Middleton to the J W Lee's Brewery at Middleton Junction.
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