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6. Bridge St, Rylands St & Friars gate.


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1930. How things have changed in 10 years, the age of the motor vehicle!.

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1935. Saturday 5.20pm rugby fans going home from Wilderspool Rugby ground.

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MISCELLANEOUS BRIDGE STREET AREA.

 

1890-1899. Greenalls Distillery in Bridge Street, originally owned by William & Margaret Dakin.

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Lipton's Grocers Shop on the corner of Friars Gate.

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The entrance to Richardson's Yard, to the right of the shop. John Howard the prison reformist lodged above the wool shop.

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The rear of properties facing on to Bridge Street known as Richardson's Yard.

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The entry from Bridge Street to Richardson's Yard.

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The Eagle and Child down Pattens Lane, now abandoned.

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The entry to the Crow Inn off Bridge Street.

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And we think we have it rough!. Trinity Place off Bridge Street. Observe the quality of what remains of the wrought iron railings to what at one time had been a fine residence now reduced to a slum, and what future had the toddler in store for her, did she make it to adulthood,

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