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3. Bridge Foot - Old photos.


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Warrington New Bridge, Gould's corner leading to Knutsford Road.

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The corner of the New Bridge adjoining Mersey Street.

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Going home from the match!

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Gould's Corner with Corlett's Building supplies, the mock Tudor building on the left of Knutsford Road.

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Similar Photo, different people and the tide in the river is low, also no Cenotaph.

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This photo was taken about 1928 as the town now has a new Cenotaph.

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A hazy day looking towards Bridge Street.

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1915. 7th April testing the new Bridge with tramcars steamrollers and people.

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Testing the new Bridge - close up.

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Not Bridge Foot.

The new Kingsway Bridge in 1934 is shown here under construction to provide a second Mersey crossing at Warrington..

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Testing the new bridge with people!? Don't think I'd be volunteering for that job ...

Tracy I'm sure that the people were not part of the equation, however I think I would have been watching from the safety of the bank!. :)

 

Hopefully if I get time today I shall be moving on to Bridge Street in the next topic.

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