Wolverton Technical College

Latest additions to our archive is a set of photographs from the Wolverton Technical College around the 1970s, courtesy of John Worland.

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2 Responses to Wolverton Technical College

  1. Pauline Wootton says:

    This was very interesting as my Dad Mr. Robinson was a Senior Lecturer here until 1984 when he retired, he taught Mechanical Engineering and Technical Drawing.

  2. Terry Wilson says:

    I was a student here in 1985-87. I recognise the rooms and the tutors. I think the one in the white coat (“Tutor with machine”) might be Mr Mosely? The tutor in the classroom taught us how to build circuits using veroboard and we made electronics projects in his class, on the first floor above the workshops. I can’t remember the name though – it’s all a bit hazy now.

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