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Warrington Old Photos.2. - BACK UP & RUNNING AGAIN


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Many of these photograph?s may be available

from the Warrington Museum/Library and will

be of far superior quality to those viewed here.

 

TheOldCrowtoprightNo3BridgeStreet.jpg

The Old Crow, No.3 Bridge Street.

1910May17thTheOldCrowafterburningdown.jpg

May 17th 1910. What remains of the Old Crow's roof after a devastating fire.

 

RichardsonsYardoffBridgeStreet1.jpg

Richardsons Yard behind Bridge Street.

 

RichardsonsYard2.jpg

Another view of Richardsons Yard, observe the end plates of the three tie bars (on the brickwork above the whitewashed area) holding a rather unstable building togrther.

 

JunctionofKnutsfordRdWilderspoolRd.jpg

c1900. Buildings being taken down on the corner of the junction of Knutsford Road & Wilderspool Road, tram lines serving both Latchford and Stafford Road Wilderspool, they had not reached Stockton Heath Village at this time.

 

GreenallsDistillery1890-1899.jpg

The yard of Greenalls Distillery at 54 Bridge Street, set up by Thomas Dakin in 1761 and in 1828/9 still being run by the Dakin family, by William & Margaret Dakin prior to being sold on to the Greenall family.

 

1912DemolishingbuildingsontheeastsideofBridgeStreet.jpg

The year 1912 see's buildings being demolished on the east side at the top of Bridge street.

 

1910SevenStarsYardlatertheRoyalOakYardawaitingdemolition.jpg

1910. The Seven Stars yard awaiting demolition, this are will later become the Royal Oak yard.

 

1908March31stthecornerofBridgeStreetSankeyStreet.jpg

March 31st 1908, more demolition on the corner between Bridge Street and Sankey Street.

 

1900sLookingtowardsScotland.jpg

1900. Buttermarket Street looking down towards Church Street and Scotland Road. The lamp on the wall on the left hangs over the doorway of the 'Pelican Inn' while the pub on the right is the 'Crown & Sceptre', on the extreme right adjoining the 'Crown & Sceptre' the roof and window of the 'Fox Inn' can just be seen.

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