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Tracking down the memory lane.
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It is not straightforwardly correct, but I couldn't say that it is completely impossible as a "creative" phrase in some context. It is also possible, though, that "tracking" is a mistake, possibly for "trekking". Also, "memory lane" normally does not have an article. More information and context is needed.

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I can't tell what it means, and it is not a sentence. Perhaps you mean "taking a stroll down Memory Lane", reminiscing nostalgically.

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Thanks alot. Can you please correct this sentence too

This picture is from our cousins wedding. Our other cousin Sarah, Elia and my brother are in this picture too.

ThinkpinkThis picture is from our cousin's wedding. Our other cousins Sarah and Elia and my brother are in this picture too.

This picture is from our cousin's (If one cousin was getting married. If two cousins were marrying each other, use "cousins' ") wedding. Cousins Sarah and Elia and my brother are in this picture too.

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ThinkpinkThanks alot.

There is no word "alot". It is an error for "a lot".